Delphic Concert Films
Live at The NME Awards Tour
Runtime: 55 minDelphic are an alternative dance band from Marple Bridge, Stockport, Greater Manchester, England. They are signed to Polydor and released the single "Counterpoint" in April 2009 through R&S Records, produced by Ewan Pearson.They are officially a four piece band, augmented by drummer Dan Hadley.
In 2009 the band toured the UK music festival circuit, playing at T in the Park, Reading and Leeds Festivals,Creamfields and Bestival.
The single "This Momentary" was released on 31 August 2009 through Kitsuné. The music video for "This Momentary" has been nominated for three UK Music Video Awards, including Best Cinematography, Best Editing and Best Telecine. In November 2009 they made their first TV appearance appearing on Later... with Jools Holland playing "Doubt" and "Halcyon".
Delphic Top Tracks
Festival Days Off, 2012
Runtime: 1 hr 18 minHot Chip return to Paris, for the Days Off Festival with their newly released fifth album, In our heads, which proves once more that the group isn't a hit machine but explorers of the hidden depths of pop and electronic music. It's hard to stop yourself dancing to their latest offering: Joe Goddard and Alexis Taylor ventured out alone, performing solo and with other groups, in order to return to their original configuration this year with renewed vigor. No snobs, the multi-instrumentalists draw their inspiration from dance and electronic music, from Lo-Fi and hip-hop, to create their own astonishingly contemporary style, born of 60 years of musical history.
Live in Wiltern 2014
Bombay Bicycle Club
Runtime: 1 hr 27 minBombay Bicycle Club performs live at The Wiltern in 2014. The show, in support of their third studio album, A Different Kind of Fix, features performances of “Always Like This,” “Shuffle,” and “Light Out.”
Live At House Of Blues Anaheim 2008
Runtime: 1 hr 5 minThe Bravery were an American dance-rock band formed in New York City in 2003 that consisted of lead vocalist Sam Endicott, guitarist Michael Zakarin, keyboardist John Conway, bassist Mike Hindert and drummer Anthony Burulcich. Their music is a synthesis of 1980s-influenced genres such as post-punk revival, dance-rock, and new wave. This live concert experience at the House Of Blues in Anaheim, California includes memorable performances of “This is not the end,” “Time Won't Let Me Go,” “Swollen Summer,” and many more.
Teenage Cancer Trust
Runtime: 1 hr 4 minShot in HD in the Fall of 2007, this energizing concert features an incredible line up of classic and modern rock performances. Since 2002 Roger Daltrey, a patron of the Teen Cancer Trust, has been masterminding these annual week-long concerts at The Royal Albert Hall in London, and they have fast become one of the most anticipated events of the British Music calendar.
Dedicated to improving the lives of teens with cancer, TCT charities build special teen units and support groups in UK hospitals to boost survival rates.