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I had seen the name before but had never heard their material. My buddy Earl emailed me and gave me the heads-up that they were going to be in Toronto soon (he's booked them a couple of times out west and gave them rave reviews).

I've been listening to their recent NYE show from Philly while working today. I am really digging it. The experience would be all that much better in a live venue with the light show a blazing!!!! Here's the show if you want it:


Lotus - New Year's Eve

Electric Factory

Philadelphia, PA




01. Grayrigg

02. Banter

03. Dane Jeer Us

04. Electronic Jam

05. Jump Off

06. Simian

07. Wax

08. Blacklight Sunflare

09. Tip Of The Tongue


01. Spiritualize

02. Banter

03. Tarasque

04. Bellwether

05. Down

06. 128

07. Hammerstrike

08. Sunrain

09. Flower Sermon

10. Crazy Mona

11. Flower Sermon

12. Sunrain

13. Banter

Absolutely wild set, includes jams on MGMT, Daft Punk, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, White Stripes.

Happy 2010.

If you like the New Deal, i'm sure you'd groove to these guys. Hard to give them a description. Here are a couple of good ones:

it is rock, and smart disco, funk and soul, piano pop, world music, modern alienation stuff and jazz fusion you can to dance to all wrapped up in cellophane

Lotus continue to expand upon its post-everything rock/electronic/jazz/free-form pastiche

simultaneously making waves on the jam, indie, electronica scene thanks to a series of well-crafted albums



Sat, Feb 27th @ The Opera House, Toronto, ON

Time: Doors: 8:00pm, Show: 9:00pm

Address: 735 Queen Street East

Web: http://www.theoperahousetoronto.com

Ages: All Ages

Price: $18.50 adv, $20 dos (CDN)

Buy Tickets Online

With: none

Additional Info: On Sale NOW!

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WIN a pair of tickets to see LOTUS, February 27 at the Opera House!

Never a group to be pigeonholed, Lotus brings many musical weapons to the stage. From festival stages such as Rothbury, Wakarusa, Evolve and Red Rocks to theaters across the country, the band has left grinning crowds dripping with sweat. Equal parts dance and rock, Lotus has been crafting a unique brand of instrumental rock for the past decade.

Their latest release Oil on Glass/Feather on Wood "proves that no words are needed to elicit any feelings, the instrumentals alone are enough to connote a myriad of emotions." The dual EPs show the multiple sides of Lotus with Feather on Wood showcasing slow-building guitar driven compositions and Oil on Glass leaning toward harder beats and textures. Like a Lotus show, the two sides work together to form a cohesive whole.

The big light show and pounding beats may be club inspired, but the band's ability to connect with the audience through emotive composition and dynamic improvisation pushes performances past the elusive barrier dividing concert and experience.

Don't miss Lotus live at The Opera House on Saturday, February 27, 2010.

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Deadline for entries is Sunday, January 17 at 11pm. One entry per household.

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