Posted in music | pictures on September 1, 2010

photos by Diana Wong

Tanlines @ the Whitney
Tanlines

"The crowd warmed up - and got to dancing as the room filled up - but the most sonically-fulfilling moment of [Tanline's] set didn't come until the impromptu encore, when Cohen finally removed the mutes (read: t-shirts) from his floor tom and bongos and coaxed some really compelling percussion out of the non-computer side of the Tanlines setup. Overall, the pair pumped out a great set that suffered only slightly from the incongruous scales of the acoustics and the room.

DJ /rupture (Jace Clayton) followed quickly on Tanlines' heels, wasting none of the momentum attained in the last few minutes of their set, when the crowd finally reached room-filling proportions and tipped the balance from texting to dancing. Clayton spun a typically globe-trotting and scholarly set, his selections spanning five continents and at least as many languages. Dressed all in lavender and characteristically stoic behind the decks, he opened with a heavy Cumbia rhythm, and continued through cuts of reggaeton, dubstep and dancehall, also weaving in 90's house, some Akon, and something I'm pretty sure was in Hindi." [Melophobe]

Tanlines and DJ/rupture closed our the 2010 edition of Whitney Live on Friday. More pictures from the show, below...

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Comments (7)

Eric must be pissed about those dancing sluts

Posted by Anonymous | September 1, 2010 11:15 AM

wtf with that girl in the black dress?

Posted by Anonymous | September 1, 2010 11:19 AM

People take pictures of the Summer,
Just in case someone thought they had missed it,
And to proved that it really existed.

....People take pictures of each other,
Just to prove that they really existed

Posted by Anonymous | September 1, 2010 11:28 AM

Best live show since Drive Like Jehu.

Posted by Anonymous | September 1, 2010 11:31 AM

sheyate is goofy.

Posted by Anonymous | September 1, 2010 11:57 AM

that looks like the worst nyu freshman trust fund audience of all time,

Posted by Anonymous | September 1, 2010 4:45 PM

I love how bored everyone, including the DJ, looks as he "spins."

Posted by Anonymous | September 1, 2010 10:21 PM

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