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Ghostland Observatory – Terminal 5 – September 17, 2011

September 19th, 2011

Photos courtesy of Sean O’Kane | seanokanephoto.com


Grow a Pair: Win Free Tickets to See Ghostland Observatory on 12/17

December 14th, 2010


If you like a hot mix of electronica, funk and rock combined with a cool light show, chances are Ghostland Observatory is for you. And the even better news is that The House List is giving away two tickets to their show at Terminal 5 on Friday. Want to go? Then try to Grow a Pair. It’s easy. Just fill out the form below, including your full name, e-mail address, which show you’re trying to win tickets to (Ghostland Observatory, 12/17) and a brief message explaining why you deserve to go. Eddie Bruiser, a man with an open ear, will notify the winner by Friday.

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Music, Smoke and Lasers

December 7th, 2009

Ghostland Observatory – Terminal 5 – December 5, 2009

Ghostland Observatory - Terminal 5 - December 5, 2009

Ghostland Observatory, stars of the Austin, Texas, music scene, brought their dance-rock show to Terminal 5 on Saturday night, filling the room with smoke, lasers and the wild voice of frontman Aaron Behrens. Donning a cape, drummer and synth player Thomas Ross Turner stoically provided most of the music throughout the set, while Behrens tramped around through the light show emanating from the stage.

Straddling the line between Daft Punk-esque electronica and White Stripes-ian rock, the duo’s impressively powerful spirit and vigor had all three levels of Terminal 5 dancing. Highlights included “Robotique Majestique,” the title track of Ghostland Observatory’s most recent album, and “Sad Sad City,” all performed with just a faintly visible outline of Behrens in the constant fog and light. The bandmates matched each other’s energy (Turner banging the drums in a cape is a sight to see) and turned what could have easily been repetitive and boring into a vivid, exciting performance. —Sean O’Kane

Photos courtesy of Sean O’Kane | seanokanephoto.com