Posted in music | pictures on August 6, 2010

words by Andrew Frisicano, some photos by Jonathan Bayer & Yvonne Rodriguez

"Once you've reached Madison Square Garden, you've reached the peak. You're the success story of the day, so one relaxes. There's no where to go, there's no higher, there's only the abyss waiting. So live free, for one night only." -Terry Gilliam on the Unstaged Pre-show video q

a win Win situation (by Jonathan Bayer)
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Arcade Fire looked perfectly at home on the stage of Madison Square Garden Thursday night, the second show in their two-night run. At this one, the audience exceeded the nearly-full stadium, with an at-home crowd watching a live stream directed by Terry Gilliam broadcast over YouTube (the live channel has something like 600,000 views currently, though not sure that number means anything).

That bodes well for the band, who are still waiting on the first-week sales numbers for their possible #1, The Suburbs, which came out on Tuesday (and has been on sale digitally for $3.99 at Amazon). At the show, the new record's songs weren't totally unfamiliar. One, "The Sprawl II," even made the encore, and spurred a roar of recognition from the girls in front of me, who informed our cozy section of the song's title (with a peace sign for the two) and described its arc (slow at first, but then really awesome) as it started up. A faulty drum machine forced the band to restart the tune a minute in, allowing a reflective pause for the victory lap in progress.

The band was clearly reveling in the moments of the show. Win Butler sailed into the crowd multiple times, occasionally with his guitar still attached. In one impressive maneuver, the frontman walked along the seated section's railing like a balance beam, before jumping into the general admission pit, tangles of mic cord trailing behind him (a play from the Matt Berninger handbook). The band frequently rotated instruments, with pianos, keys, two drums kits, violins and an array of percussion all playing a part.

The second night's songs were close but not identical to night one's (and both differed from their Boston show a few nights ago). As before, their debut LP, Funeral, provided ripe stadium-level material for the set, filling a little less than half of it. The order changed, but only one new song was swapped outright: "Empty Room" replacing "Half Light II."

For me, the stadium aspect of MSG was kind of a strange novelty. From the distant seats, the experience of watching a band while reclining, huge soda and personal pizza/popcorn/whatever in hand, is in some ways closer to a YouTube stream than a crowded, sweaty live concert. Still, the in-person event had its rewards for those that weren't up front - the band's backdrop for the evening depicted an abandoned bridge overpass, with an rectangular block of lights similar to a football stadium. In front of that was a video screen, mostly likely meant to be a billboard, which projected forms and images for each song. Antiquated ghosts lit up "No Cars Go" and what I can only hope is the video for "The Suburbs" depicted a gang of kids riding bikes in Reservoir Dogs-style slo-mo through an eerie neighborhood development.

And the people: a view-obstructing beer vendor trolling the aisles, a group of teens trying to find someone to buy them beer, an energetic (chemically-enhanced?) man pirouetting around the stadium's perimeter, and thousands of fists raised in unison for the group rite of "Wake Up" (the latter being inspiring or frightening, depending).

and there was confetti...
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Owen Pallett started out the night to a minimally filled stadium. "I'm so happy to be playing here for the 200 of you," he joked. Then responding to a heckler, "No, I'm not taking it off, I just got this. Sorry." The empty hall added a nice element of reverb for the people who were there, amplifying the work of Owen's orchestra-in-a-box loop pedal.

Similarly, Spoon sounded great, with help from a horn section and drums borrowed from Phil Collins (both on only a few songs). The band jammed through a taut set with favorites like "Jonathan Fisk" and "I Summon You" taking their place along the new Transference batch. For "No One Gets Me But You," the Roots' Owen Biddle joined to make a two-piece bass section (as he did on Fallon).

Some videos from the show's "Unstaged" live stream are already online. Fan videos too (including a nice close-up of Win in the crowd). The set list, some more picturs from night two (night one are HERE), and those videos are below...

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Outreach at the show (CRED)
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Arcade Fire - UNSTAGED: Pre-Show Behind the Scenes

Arcade Fire - Ready to Start (UNSTAGED)

Arcade Fire - Rococo (UNSTAGED)

Arcade Fire - Empty Rooms ft. Owen Pallett (UNSTAGED)

Win going into the crowd at Arcade Fire MSG July 5th, 2010 during "We Used to Wait"


(If you look close you can see him shake hands with James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem.)

The Arcade Fire @ MSG - 8.5.10 - Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)

Arcade Fire at Madison Square Garden August 5th setlist
Ready to Start
Neighborhood #2 (Laika)
No Cars Go
Haiti
Empty Room
The Suburbs
Crown of Love
Rococo
Intervention
We Used to Wait
Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)
Rebellion (Lies)
Month of May
Keep the Car Running
Encore:
Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)
Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)
Wake Up

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Comments (91)

this show kicked ass [via online stream]

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 6:02 PM

would have been much better had no one farted in the pit

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 6:09 PM

are they gonna release the video of the whole show?

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 6:11 PM

such an incredible show

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 6:32 PM

I wish they dropped hummus instead of confetti on the crowd.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 6:41 PM

Looks like Mr. Byrne was wearing the same shirt that he wore when he sang with Crowded House.

Posted by Kurt C. | August 6, 2010 6:56 PM

They didn't drop shit on the first night! Wtf Win??

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 7:05 PM

"a play from the Matt Berninger handbook"

yeah, because matt berninger invented going out into the crowd with a microphone. PLEASE

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 7:06 PM

no My Body Is a Cage or In the Backseat? c'mon, those are two of the best album closers of the decade.

otherwise... nothing disagreeable.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 7:16 PM

sellouts.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 7:28 PM

"Once you've reached Madison Square Garden, you've reached the peak... There's no where to go, there's no higher, there's only the

N e w Y o r K K n i C K s ! Go 2010-11!

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 7:40 PM

"yeah, because matt berninger invented going out into the crowd with a microphone. PLEASE"

yeah, i love BV but sometimes he has the most baby's-first-concert writers.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 7:47 PM

yay regine banging on random things pointlessly! looks awesome!

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 7:58 PM

wow these are some of the best photos ive seen on here

beautiful job A++ amazing

welcome to BV

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 7:59 PM

"In one impressive maneuver, the frontman walked along the seated section's railing like a balance beam, before jumping into the general admission pit, tangles of mic cord trailing behind him (a play from the Matt Berninger handbook)."

"In one impressive maneuver, the frontman walked along the seated section's railing like a balance beam, before jumping into the general admission pit, tangles of mic cord trailing behind him (a play from the Matt Berninger handbook)."

"In one impressive maneuver, the frontman walked along the seated section's railing like a balance beam, before jumping into the general admission pit, tangles of mic cord trailing behind him (a play from the Matt Berninger handbook)."

"In one impressive maneuver, the frontman walked along the seated section's railing like a balance beam, before jumping into the general admission pit, tangles of mic cord trailing behind him (a play from the Matt Berninger handbook)."

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 8:01 PM

lol @ 7:40

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 8:07 PM

Best show I've been to in a while. I'm glad I held out for a pit ticket, crowd was cool except for the guy who had one too many MSG footlong dogs.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 8:17 PM

that lingering fart during the beginning of "intervention" just ruined it for me. who the f*** does something like that

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 9:23 PM

They did not sell out either show. Good tickets were still available on Wednesday night at the box office.

The corporate sponsorship deals required them to play MSG.

One show would have helped their street cred. One sold out, legendary show. Instead, just two okay shows to a unfilled Garden.

The band listened to the suits, and lost a ton of respect.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 9:30 PM

Does so-called "corporate sponsorship" really affect the music? They still play the same songs you were beating off to in 2005. I don't get the hipsters who think more fans + larger venues = crappier music. Maybe they should stick to bullshit shows at the Market Hotel or Studio B or some shit.

Posted by M | August 6, 2010 9:44 PM

The Matt Berninger comment was referring to recent shows where he ran into the crowd microphone cord in tow. I didn't read above that BV said he was the first or last to do this.. why commenters have their panties in a knot is beyond me.

Arcade Fire's new album is great, the songs were even better live. How does a venue change anything about the music a band produces? Fans didn't even have to pay to have a chance to see the show.

Great photos.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 9:48 PM

I was one of the people farting in the pit! HA. I wanted to see the show, not be pooping in the bathroom

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 9:54 PM

A major insult to fans who paid money for crappy sound in the upper seats. EVERY person who attends a show, not just they annoying sychophants in the pit, deserve good sound.

And no, the soon-to-be released CD/DVD (in time for the holidays) will not make up for a poor concert experience.

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Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 10:07 PM

Stadium = arena?

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 10:34 PM

What's up with Ricks outfit

Posted by GelmanMonstah | August 6, 2010 10:50 PM

MSG is not a stadium, it's an arena. MSG is less than half the size of a stadium. Find better writers.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 11:01 PM

I just don't understand this. At all. It's like... an emo Celtic band.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 11:02 PM

show was great, they were able to win the room over, which is not easy at msg. i've seen some great bands fall flat but they came through

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 11:05 PM

Show was great, but not as amazing as people make it seem. Just a really good concert.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 11:10 PM

dude should like a wireless mic... or one of those madonna wrap around head thingamabobs.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 11:12 PM

Hipsters have been irrelevant for a while. Forever, actually. They are clinging to anything which makes them seem formidable. A band (even one on its way down the slope) gives the 'sters one more grasp at a golden age which never was.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 11:25 PM

Lead singer has a face like an Avatar. Also.. Half of that "behind the scenes" video wasn't even shot at MSG.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 11:41 PM

I think Win is going to be trying out soon with balance tight rope act he pulled.

Posted by Anonymous | August 6, 2010 11:56 PM

just saw them at merriweather post pavilion in maryland tonight. sound was incredible. that venue is built for amazing acoustics.

funeral/neon bible material was great. have only listened to the new record a couple times but the upbeat songs were really fun (the slower ones dragged a little). it was really powerful seeing 10+ thousand people just enjoying the moment and getting into it. least texting i've seen in a while at a show.

as everyone was leaving and walking to their cars i heard multiple groups of people singing wake up.

say what you will about how groundbreaking their music is (obviously more of an E street band of our time rather than radiohead) but it's pretty amazing that they can cross over to such a large audience without any major label backing/ radio airplay.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 12:27 AM

I wish I was a suburban midwestern teenager watching that stream and imagining I was one of the 'in crowd' in NYC. Instead I am a 30 year old wannabe hipster who is too scared to go out and talk to actual women. I love you brooklyln vegan!

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 12:30 AM

9:44

how long has it been since you were going out regularly?

studio b? seriously?

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 12:47 AM

Forget Arcade Fire. Bring Kurt Vile back.

Posted by anon | August 7, 2010 1:24 AM

<3 12:40

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 1:25 AM

Show was mediocre at best

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 1:27 AM

"a play from the Matt Berninger handbook"

psh, win was doing that shit before the national even WROTE mr november

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 1:30 AM

I was in the bathroom holding my long john, when this goofy two butt holed glitter tied pizza nippled nerd bird said "Hey! you look great, very hip and mod, can I suck your thick rod?"

So I peed in his mouth, kicked one of his assholes and flushed his face down the poop seat as he anal queefed into a popcorn bag.

:x]

nah I stayed in tonight and am doing a todays hipster beating parody because I am fairly bored.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 2:39 AM

Someone farted in the pit.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 2:59 AM

Hummus > Meh > Dunkacinno > 8th grade farting stupidity

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 3:07 AM

Win Butler is a herder of ants. May his flock never desert him for freeze in the forest. Suburbs=CommercialPopMusic

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 3:23 AM

Most forced crowd interaction ever captured on film.*

*Open dispute with Green Day, Coldplay, U2, Kings of Leo...Wavves

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 3:36 AM

can you not watch the youtube video of the concert after the fact? there are some of us who were not at home jerking off to this last night that would like to see it. (and by 'it' i mean the songs from funeral, and not songs from the mostly shity new album).

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 5:23 AM

i was sooo into this show... i had a great spot in the pit, i was on my 4th date with this girl who i'm really into, i had a great buzz going, and all the sudden they launch into "intervention" (easily my favorite song of theirs, if not my favorite song PERIOD) ...

however, that's when it all went sour for me. you see, this is where some neanderthal decided it would be the PERFECT time to relax their sphincter and allow their soon-to-be gaping anus to slowly expand, ultimately emitting an odor that can best be described as a combination of salted pork and cat feces.

to whoever did this, you ruined the show not only for me and my date, but for the 50 or so people surrounding you who had no choice but to inhale your noxious fumes. thank you, whoever you are, for you are a F***ING PIECE OF SH**T

Posted by john hamm | August 7, 2010 6:10 AM


Ok seriously, what's the punch line?

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 8:26 AM

kind of funny that one persons fart seemed to ruin the show for hundreds of people

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 8:47 AM

I farted...I would do it again to. It's a natural process! You have no right to make me feel ashamed!

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 9:20 AM

omg, i cannot stop laughing about one person's (it was Travis) fart ruining the Arcade Fire show for people in the pit. i thought it was a typical BV joke/ farce, but this fart seems legit. that's a quality fart if people are writing about it a day later rather than talking about the actual concert. so is,

a big fart > Arcade Fire ??

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 9:51 AM

The fart thing is legit. I was in the pit, perhaps 20-25 feet back in the center, and I smelt something, but not much.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 11:44 AM

I never turn to BV for quality coverage but come on..."stadium"? It's clear you're used to DIY venues but get your shit together, buddy. You're covering one of the biggest NYC shows of the year. Amateur status.

BV: do you proofread anything before it goes live?

Posted by Jackie Treehorn | August 7, 2010 11:51 AM

NO JOKE.... I came here specifically to see if anyone smelled that fart during intervention, and sure enough, there are quite a few people who noticed it. kinda hilarious.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 11:56 AM

Who the hell is Matt Berninger??

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 12:36 PM

^^^ lead singer of the national. win was definitely doing that before matt. i remember there was a picture during the last election of win in the crowd on cnn.com after they did some event for obama.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 12:45 PM

Sounds like that guy "Travis" aka the TRAVASTY needs an INTERVENTION about his grossly toxic anal cavity. Maybe it was same Anal Queef goof that I witnessed through a thrusting butthole kick releasing a lingering fecal fireworks display flow a popcorn bag Talk about an infamous mangina/sphincter. This guy is the microcosmic essence of the bp oil spill, his ass is what need to be "Plugged." No more poo pee smells travis the glitter tied bathroom oral offering trend bending gastric offensive Fart BOyYyy.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 12:53 PM

i didn't far but I took a shit in the pit. Sorry

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 1:51 PM

Did anyone else think the fart during the encore was sort of weak?

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 1:54 PM

Are you clowns really debating matt beringer vs win butler?

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 2:43 PM

Did anyone notice if the band smelled the odor? Rick specifically

Posted by Gelmanmonstah | August 7, 2010 2:46 PM

It was weird. It did not seem like anyone in the band smelled the fart.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 3:36 PM

so the bigger an indie band gets, the more flatulent their fans are?

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 4:03 PM

I was not there, but a ton of my friends were right in the pit, and, from everything I have gathered, it was just an isolated fart. It came around a minute into "Intervention."

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 4:07 PM

where did this fart happen? because i was in the pit and definitely farted a few times. don't think any of mine were that bad, but someone please help me out. where in the pit did the smell come from?!

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 4:08 PM

Stage left-center, about twenty feet back, but people smelled it within a radius of probably 200 feet? They definitely should have smelled it on stage, unless the raised stage threw off the trajectory. It was just a single fart, so it was probably not you if you were doing it over and over. It had a distinct smell, and you would probably know if it was yours.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 4:16 PM

I wish I could claim this fart but I went the first night. seems like someone ripped a good one. kudos!

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 4:24 PM

the fart smell was the smoke machine...idiots.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 4:27 PM

also...the fart smell was there during "intervention" on night one. it was some smoke machine they were using to better the black-and-white light effect...or something.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 4:28 PM

That was not a smoke machine. I spent half my work hours at nursing homes and I know the difference between a fart and a smoke machine. But, uh, was this your first show with farting? I WAS there and DID smell the fart and can think of at least 4 shows this year where there was a fart that bad. Wedding Present playing Bizarro instantly springs to mind and also at Florence and the Machine.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 4:37 PM

i'm kind of disappointed the fart myth was busted. i had a good laugh about it

Posted by Fort Frottage | August 7, 2010 5:22 PM

In that last video where they're ripping off Blondie and their drum machine fucks up, Win says, " You're gonna be like 'Remember when we saw the Arcade fire and they started that song over? That was the best moment of my life.' "

No, I'm gonna remember what a conceited statement that is.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 5:41 PM

Winnie the Pooh and The ARCADE FART. OMG I hate these cretins.

Your NEW BONO HAS ARRIVED. And WIN just told the NME how much he loves Bono.

Children of nothingness, this is your U2!

The Arcade Dire, LOL. Winnie the Poop and his Merry Farts.

Posted by Arcade Dire Guy | August 7, 2010 6:19 PM

isnt it weird that the fart was only during one song? usually a monster fart is only followed by more monster farts.

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 7:58 PM

Looks like James Murphy had a good time
http://img683.imageshack.us/img683/6239/jmafcropped.jpg

Posted by Anonymous | August 7, 2010 11:28 PM

@5:41 Win has the most inflated sense of self worth that I've ever encountered. He makes me gag.

Posted by Mark B. | August 8, 2010 12:14 AM

why did they wear the same clothes both nights?? please explain!

Posted by Anonymous | August 8, 2010 12:43 AM

i paid some black dude $20 and he got me in thru a back door.

Posted by Anonymous | August 8, 2010 1:15 AM

On the L train, while perving at some girl, I farted and she said "Damn boy! that smells like some OHIO POrk ass! my mommy would cook it for me and we read the constitution and wizard of oz and shit.. wooo neeeny!"

I then got up with an 8 inch boner and butt humped a mexican guy. He was sweaty, hard labor. I got off my stop and decided to buy a snack and beverage, before I came home to my psychopathic room mates who watch me as a I sleep.

I like the little mermaid, it reminds me of my best birthday eating the buffet at red lobsters.

One day I hope to build a ship, or a flying disk, and flying over africa to see Zebras.

I tthink Walruses are our Unkles of the north.

I wish when I fart, men would sniff my butt hole and pose for Bear magazine in front of me.

Some girls have vaginas, and sometimes they taste like cherry pie, I usually don't consider ordering that pie in diners, though I would like it.

Posted by Anonymous | August 8, 2010 3:44 AM

I think my video of tunnels is the best I was in the front row.
It was such a great moment.

Take a look ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucvx4u-dHDc

M

Posted by martin | August 8, 2010 9:24 AM

"why did they wear the same clothes both nights?? please explain!"

Shooting a concert video, most likely.

Posted by Anonymous | August 8, 2010 12:11 PM

"Win has the most inflated sense of self worth that I've ever encountered. He makes me gag."

Yep. He thinks he's either Jesus Christ or Bono, or maybe a combination thereof.

Posted by Anonymous | August 8, 2010 12:14 PM

The legendary arcade fire fart of 2010 will be forever tattooed in my memory. Damn you anonymous BV commenters!!

Posted by Anonymous | August 9, 2010 12:36 AM

ah, where do we go from here, knowing that a massive fart stood in the way of hundreds of Arcade Fire fans from enjoying "intervention".

Posted by Anonymous | August 9, 2010 9:45 AM

martin,
i have to disagree... check out my vid for Tunnels. better sound, better camera work:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZ5TajZYW6Y&feature=fvst

Posted by Anonymous | August 9, 2010 10:03 AM

Someone wrote: "The Matt Berninger comment was referring to recent shows where he ran into the crowd microphone cord in tow. I didn't read above that BV said he was the first or last to do this.. why commenters have their panties in a knot is beyond me."

Well, I take issue with the comment because it is disingenuous. Sure, going into the audience might be Beringer's thing right now and lotsa kids know him for it, but to say that entering the crowd is a "play from the Beringer handbook" suggests that Beringer pioneered the tactic. To use it in reference to Arcade Fire is particularly illogical considering that Win Butler has been going into crowds on a regular basis since at least 2004. Ergo, one could say that Beringer is "taking a play from the Butler handbook."

Critical thinking, folks. I really don't give a toss, but since you're asking...

Posted by LKJ | August 9, 2010 12:54 PM

The writeup is tough. MSG = stadium? Band waits for the record sales numbers?

Posted by Anonymous | August 10, 2010 10:13 AM

Looks like they wore the same clothes for Lolla. No?

Posted by Anonymous | August 10, 2010 10:34 AM

Yeah, not that it's such an astronomical feat for anyone to go into the audience, but I've witnessed Bono doing it in Constitution Hall in DC back in '84, as well as numerous other singers before and I'm sure forever after. Let your easily impressed jaws hit the floor, when one of these talented F*^kers actually stick to their word and don't sell out.

Posted by Ajo | December 27, 2010 8:19 PM

this is one of the funniest threads on this site.

Posted by Anonymous | August 22, 2011 2:11 PM

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