photos by Chris La Putt

Goldfrapp

"And it worked. Over the last 10 years, Goldfrapp has built up quite a cult. The [DC show at 9:30 Club] was sold out and a few devout fans even showed up wearing blonde wigs. Over an hour and a half set Goldfrapp changed costumes--musical and otherwise--a few times, putting a digital spin on pretty much every genre that has ever aspired to fabulousness--including glam-rock, disco, and a few Bond-theme-worthy ballads. It was a familiar sound with a futuristic finish."
[Washington Post]

Speaking of cults, Cults are on tour with Goldfrapp and they opened last night's show at Hammerstein Ballroom (6/23). More pictures, and the setlist, from the NYC show, below...

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Goldfrapp setlist (via)
Voicething.
Crystalline Green.
I Wanna Life.
A & E.
You Never Know.
Head First.
Number 1.
Dreaming.
Believer.
Alive.
Shiny & Warm.
Train.
Ride A White Horse.
Ooh La La.
(Encore 1)
Utopia.
Black Cherry.
(Encore 2)
Rocket.
Strict Machine.

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