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How good is his Iradelphic live set?!


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I'm just as mixed about Iradelphic as the next man, but I saw him live recently and my god his live show is just awesome!

 

I think his Boiler Set wasn't a great representation, his set was really consistent and at least 60% unreleased. Sort of Totems-y but not a whole heap of Totems stuff.

 

I'm gushing.

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saw him yesterday and it was very impressive. way more active than what he did at the boiler room..

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This is my opinion from his London Iradelphic Launch:

 

Well, in the beginning it was a bit like unreleased tracks from Body Riddle... nice natural percussion. Then Clark went into a weird dubstep thing, which shocked me a bit to be honest. Clark goes Skrillex came to my mind :sad:Then he used some snippets from Turning Dragon and did some nice hardcore techno. I was very happy I didn't hear anything from Iradelphic, though sometimes there was guitar, like this track in the end of his Phrenic mix.

 

But after all: Clark is more a producer than a performer. Nathan Fake was playing before and he communicated way more with the audience and in my opinion did a proper live set, while Clark had a shit load of stuff on stage but didn't really use it. Some transitions were really bad, but after seeing Clark "live" for the 8th time or so, I knew that would happen.

 

Still, it was an amazing venue and an amazing night, but for me Nathan Fake was doing the best.

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Clark goes Skrillex came to my mind :sad:

 

He played something heavy and slow when I saw him, but I wouldn't go that far... Not even close.

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Clark goes Skrillex came to my mind :sad:

 

He played something heavy and slow when I saw him, but I wouldn't go that far... Not even close.

 

It was the same track like the one dubstep track in his Boiler Room set. Maybe I'm exagerating a bit, but still, hearing typicial Dubstep rhythms from Clark is somehow shocking for me.

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