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- Posted on Apr 18th 2010 1:00PM by Charley Rogulewski
Hot Chip didn't let the music stop for a second, continuously segueing from the delicate group harmonies of 'We Have Love' off the band's recently released fourth album 'One Life Stand,' to the more punchy, Devo-esque 'Hold On,' off their third album 'Made in the Dark.'
Comprised of five members and a jubilee of synthesizers, Hot Chip create moody, yet groovy tracks set at 'Soul Train' tempos and built sonically around Taylor's soft falsettos. Every once in awhile during the gig, Hot Chip ditched their playful melodrama for more upbeat tempos, like closer 'Ready for the Floor,' which even had guitarist and singer doing a side-by-side, synchronized shuffle.
"It's our third time at Coachella," Taylor told the crowd, "and this is the most fun we've ever had." It was a sentiment the crowd would readily agreed with.
Hot Chip on AOL Music