Cut Copy, Worlds End Press at the Jefferson TONIGHT

June 6th, 2013 · No Comments · By

Hey everyone, I’m your newest Nailgun contributor, with another promise of MORE POSTS THIS SUMMER. I’m serious though: I’ve already updated the calendar and now I am here to tell you about what’s going on in Charlottesville this evening.

As per usual, there’s a lot going on tonight: First, the Australian dance-punk/synthpop group Cut Copy is playing the Jefferson Theater. The tour is in support of their album coming out later this year, a follow-up to 2011’s well-reviewed Zonoscope. The band is bringing along fellow Australian electropoppers Worlds End Press as an opening act, so get ready for an energetic show full of infectious neo-disco beats. I caught a bit of Cut Copy’s set back in 2011 at Pitchfork, and that show remains the biggest dance party I have ever seen at the Fest. Doors are at 7 and tickets are still available as of this morning. Read an interview with the band about their Charlottesville tour stopĀ here at The Cville.

Or, if it floats your boat, check out Moby & The Dicks at Rapture/R2, or Eric Sommer at Blue Moon Diner.

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