The Temper Trap live at Terminal 5

Posted by The G on October 2, 2010 under G Reviews | Comments are off for this article

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The Temper Trap

On October 1, 2010, Australian alternative rockers The Temper Trap played a sold out show at New York’s Terminal 5.  Preceding The Temper Trap, we got rocked by the pulsating rhythms of opening acts The Hundred In The Hands and Delphic.  At 10:45 pm when The Temper Trap hit the stage, the crowd was going ballistic. The band had a pretty cool light display and I finally was able to identify the song “Fader” which I’ve heard before but am not technologically interested enough to “shazam” it.  That was definitely the highlight of the set for me.  I am a little biased because I had come to see Delphic and I had so much fun, that there was pretty much no way I could have possibly had a better time.  I left a bit early because I wanted to meet James Cook from Delphic and mission accomplished, so it all worked out in the end after all!

Dougy Mandagi of The Temper Trap

See the set list after the jump.

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