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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Underworld review – born-again dance legends show no sign of slipping

Sydney Opera House
Karl Hyde and Rick Smith level the Opera House with a relentless two-hour set that doesn’t stop to draw breath

On Rust Never Sleeps, Neil Young sang: “It’s better to burn out than to fade away.” But what if you’re two sixtyish techno artists whose works have always evoked a steely futurism? Well, based on Underworld’s thrilling set at the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday night, a third option exists.

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by Stuart MacFarlane via Electronic music | The Guardian