Miike Snow + Delorean

27.Mar.2010 - New York

by David Reyneke

29 March 2010

Miike Snow, with an assist from Delorean, made Webster Hall completely electric Saturday night.

Following one of the catchiest albums of 2009 Miike Snow (Andrew Wyatt, and production team, Bloodshy & Avant) served up a stellar performance Saturday night at Webster Hall.  Playing practically their entire catalog (minus my favorite, “Song For No One”), the band showed how a single album isn’t a hindrance to rocking a sold out party.  Three sold out New York City parties to be exact—Saturday being night two.
The party started with an epic entrance of heavy bass, eerie white masks and a healthy dose of fog.  It was evident from the very beginning that the packed house was going to get the dance party they hoped for.  A definite highlight of the night was “Animal”. Warping through a plethora of electronic remixes, it quickly got the crowd jumping.

Also great was opener Delorean. The four-piece pop ensemble’s quick set of dance tracks and party anthems was a welcome surprise.

Photos by David Reyneke


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