Review of the Little Boots Gig (NYT)

by Stephen Hobley on March 4, 2010

Pew! Pew! Pew! Lasers

This is a pretty cool review of Little Boots recent gig at the Highline Ballroom in New York City.

“There’s not much you can say against the laser harp. At the Highline Ballroom on Tuesday night a beam of green light shot up from the floor, then fanned out into eight individual rays. The tiny synth-pop singer Little Boots, wearing a gold lamé gown and face mask, played the melody of her song “Earthquake” by moving her hand among the streams of light; each time she blocked one, it triggered a synthesizer pitch, and she could alter its tone by lowering or raising her hand on each beam…”

Read More at NYT…

It’s been great to finally put the laser harp into the hands of a creative artist. Victoria’s going to take her band to the Ultra festival this month, and then on to Coachella next month. We’ve been working on something very special for that gig…

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