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Capsule Review: YO LA TENGO (2009-10-03 @ The Opera House)

October 10, 2009
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One thing that has always amazed me about Yo La Tengo is the broad range of music they have been able to produce over the years. Seeing them in concert for the first time was truly an experience that everyone deserves to witness. It honestly feels like you’re hearing 3 or 4 different bands all rolled into one. “Periodically Double Or Triple” and “Nothing To Hide” from their new album were particular highlights on the evening. Definitely the ultimate for me was their first encore where they played “Autumn Sweater” and “You Can Have It All”….an already perfect night made complete. Check out “Periodically Double Or Triple” from their 14th studio album “Popular Songs” below.

http://www.myspace.com/yolatengo

About The Author
David Marskell is the co-host/producer and founding father of The Indie Machine. When he is not working at The iM, he books bands at "Baltic Avenue" in downtown Toronto. He has strong feelings for mixtapes and enjoys laying down a good DJ set now and again. One day he hopes to make a living from the music industry... he also hopes to meet Tom Selleck.
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