The Worcester Palladium will play host to a huge array of incredible musical acts in the coming years thanks to Disc Jam Presents. Tony Scavone, owner and founder of Disc Jam, and now promoter for the Palladium, is ready to unveil the newly renovated theater to the New England faithful. September 28 was a night of livetronic legends. Denver-based Sunsquabi opened the night with deep bass lines and a lot of heavy guitar shredding. The trio only played for a half hour, but the room was electrified quickly. Opiou had an incredible set, with Kevin Donohue from Sunsquabi sitting in on a couple tracks.
The “Enceladus tour” brought Sound Tribe Sector 9 to a packed and jam-hungry crowd. The quintet played two incredible sets that never seemed to slow down. With favorites like “Metameme” and “Shock Doctrine,” the fans were given a night of true Tribe greatness.
Set 1: Common Descent > Enceladus, Frequency > Out Of This World > Kamuy, Ad Explorata > Shock Doctrine, Surreality > EB
Set 2: Abcees 1, Rise Above Get Loud > Metameme > Aimlessly, F-Word > Modular, Click Land Echo > Inspire
Encore: You Don’t Say
Their tour continues south before they end in St. Augustine, FL. After Dominican Holidaze they have a three-night NYE run at The Warfield in San Francisco. Check out photos from Thursday night, courtesy of Zatchmo Lives Media.