Review: Lotus and Telepath @ Irving Plaza

It’s not too often you get a chance to see the bookends of a tour. With many of the fans having made it out to September’s Mercury Lounge show, it was amazing to not only watch songs grow and mature, but the band as well. With three studio albums under their belt, Lotus has begun to feature their three-pronged guitar attack heavily with a post-rock/indie sound, allowing them to increase their fanbase. They have recently been featured on the cover of Pollstar and have long outgrown the Bowery Ballroom and it seems soon even Irving Plaza.

11-29-08 Fillmore NYC at Irving Plaza, New York, NY

Set I: Bellwether, Kesey Seed, Monochrome (110), Livingston Storm, Disappear in a Blood-Red Sky, Jump Off

Set II: Scrapple, Age of Inexperience, Its All Clear to Me Now* > Wax > Juggernaut > Wax, Shimmer and Out
Encore: Hammerstrike

* with Wax tease before intro,
Telepath opened

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2 thoughts on “Review: Lotus and Telepath @ Irving Plaza

  1. alexB Reply

    this review is tight, that aerial shot is awesome too. irving plaza is one of my favorite spots to see a show.

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