Delphic live at Terminal 5

Posted by The G on October 2, 2010 under G Reviews | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.


On October 1, 2010, Manchester’s Delphic played to a sold out crowd at New York’s Terminal 5.  I saw them earlier this year, not having heard any of their music and by the end of that show, I was a fan.  Their album “Acolyte” was not yet released in the United States when I saw them initially, and since that night, I’ve listened to the album so many times, there’s no doubt that it is securing a spot in my best albums of 2010 list.  It was so great to see the band live after becoming familiar with their music because they are killer live!  I am still battling my case of laryngitis, but I did my best to sing along  to every track.  Apologies to the people standing near me if I sounded like a dying cat.  Their 8 song set was played as a continuous mix and it was an hour long dance party that everyone in Terminal 5 was enjoying.  It’s hard to pick a favorite song, but looking at my I-pod counter, I’ve heard “Red Lights” the most and I thought I was going to lose control when the song came on because I love it so much.  Luckily, for the sake of you, my dear readers, I held it together and took a video which you’ll see very soon.  Please be patient.  I am one person with lots of adventures to write about.

James Cook of Delphic

If you’ve never heard Delphic’s music before, please visit their official website (link is above) where you can download 1 unreleased track (Sanctuary), 1 extended version (This Momentary) and 2 remixes they’ve done for other artists (Phoenix, Everything Everything).  I highly recommend it!  As you’ve already read, I met lead singer James Cook after the set and he was a delightful person!  This was a night for the books.  I am really looking forward to Delphic becoming worldwide superstars and if their set from tonight is any prediction of future success, I think they have nothing to worry about.

Delphic’s setlist was: Clarion Call / Doubt / Red Lights / Instrumental / This Momentary / Halcyon / Counterpoint / Acolyte

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