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November 23, 2008, 7:03 pm
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The Physics of Meaning and Butterflies – Duke Coffeehouse – Nov. 21

If we’ve learned anything about Trekky Records this year, it’s that they can throw one hell of a party. Saturday, the group celebrated the release of two of its most prominent releases this year from The Physics of Meaning and Chapel Hill’s Butterflies. Butterfies’ performance was loose and energetic, adding more instrumental power to the emotional confessions that inhabit the new album, Nothing’s Personal. The Physics of Meaning bent the definition of chamber pop even further than they do on their record, Snake Charmer and Destiny at the Stroke of Midnight, using an army equipped with a string section and orchestra to produce dance-ready gems. Though the set was a bit long, the only real negative from that is that audience members were probably too tired to continue moving and shaking near the end. And when listening to a set as vigorous as the Physics’, it’s difficult to just stand still.

Click below to see more photos from the party.


The Physics of Meaning

– Words and photos by Jordan Lawrence


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