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Monday, 18 March 2013 10:19

Concert photos: They Might Be Giants (with Moon Hooch) at the Pageant, Friday, March 15

John Linnell of They Might Be Giants John Linnell of They Might Be Giants Caroline Phillippone
Written by Caroline Philippone
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They Might Be Giants played to a packed audience at the Pageant Friday night, marking the recent release of "Nanobots." It's been a long time since I've had so much fun at a show -- probably the last time I saw them play the Pageant.

Openers Moon Hooch are a trio consisting of two saxophone players and a drummer. They categorize their sound as cave music, and I really wish I could describe it, but you'll have to hear it to understand. I was impressed enough to want to have more of a listen.

By the time They Might Be Giants took the stage, the crowd pushed forward and cheers went through the venue. Co-founders John Linnell and John Flansburgh perform live extremely well, keeping the show at a good pace, with lots of entertainment. The set list spanned their decades-long career and included lots of material off their latest release. Two encores were performed, and I was content with the night.

All photos by Caroline Philippone.

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