April 22, 2011

Arcade Fire at the Scottrade Center

Under a video screen display that looked like the marquee for a science fiction B-movie drive-in, Arcade Fire played 90 minutes of open-road anthems. Half of the seventeen song set came off Album-of-the-Year Grammy-winning The Suburbs, and while the songs are mostly set in cul-de-sacs, the Canadian collective propelled the show to catharsis. Click here to continue reading Katie Moulton's review of Arcade Fire and the National at Scottrade Center. Photos by Todd Owyoung.
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Arcade Fire at the Scottrade Center
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.
Arcade Fire performing at the Scottrade Center.