Cut Copy debut new stage prop: a door [via the Home Depot]. What does it mean???
Photos via http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2011/04/cut_copy_played.html
photos by Diana Wong
Cut Copy recently played some show... but more importantly, it seems like they are 'debuting' a new on-stage gimmick. They brought some random door on stage, which I think is supposed to be a metaphor. Maybe this proves that 'at the end of the day', most diy projects start at the Home Depot, whether you are mainstream or alt.
Many alts all over the world are wondering, "How did they use the door? How did it integrate into their live sound and really improve their live presence?"
They walked out of it and said hello.
I think they also 'projected some crap on it', or maybe they built a custom TV on the door.
Have yall ever purchased a 'door' from the Home Depot/Lowe's? Or is ur landlord responsible 4 all of that?
Do u think this is a better gimmick than the 'huge plywood X' that The xx constructed?
Maybe even better than the Daft Punk pyramid?
AnCo's generic 'trippy' visuals?
The taxidermy that Grizzly Bear has on stage?
The cadaver that Salem has on stage?
The exiled 'Trail of Tears' wave that Neon Indian has on stage?
It seems s0 difficult 2 be a buzzband, and have to come up with a compelling stage show. Obama really needs to give some tax breaks for buzzbands so they can really optimize their stage setups...
Dan Whitford looks totally hot... Sorta have a fantasy where we get married and do home improvement projects every weekend. Tiling. Installing new light fixtures. Gardening. Installing a pond in our backyard. Sponge painting. Taking our 4 walls and adobe slabs 2 the next level....
Which buzzband has the #1 on-stage setup?
Is this a 'good gimmick' by Cut Copy?
Is Cut Copy now a 'Home Improvement-wave' band?
Who is the most authentic Home Improvement cast member?