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Despite the vocal challenges, the set justified the buzz around Autre Ne Veut, and showed that while the trends might be moving closer to his aesthetic, he is one artist who won’t be defined by anyone else.
Tim Scarfe sees an expansion of the live scene in 2014.
What’s awesome about seeing a DZ set is that it always seems fresh; like you are seeing the boys play their first ever gig.
Veronica Falls aren’t the first atmospheric jangle-rockers and they won’t be the last, but their lush, immediate tracks put them at the forefront of current British guitar bands. Let’s hope they don’t stay underrated for long.
Let’s just hope this incarnation of the band is around a lot longer.
At 8.30 all of the other stages closed down, and the entire crowd flocked to the Atari Stage for a show-stopping set by Disclosure. The highlight of the set was Aluna Francis joining the guys on stage for renditions of White Noise and Latch.
And by the time crowd favourite, Halcyon, closed out the set, it was clear there were some new kings of the local indie rock scene.
The set showed a band ready for the limelight. Hell, even the lighting worked perfectly.
Everything Everything are an awesome live act, and one that will be playing to much bigger crowds next time they are in Australia.
An awesome day for an awesome cause – here’s hoping that At First Sight becomes a mainstay of the Sydney calendar.