Live Review: Ratatat at Camp Bisco X

Insane projections and gusts of thick smoke fill Ratatat’s stage. It’s some of the best visuals I’ve seen all weekend. Ratatat shreds harder than you’d expect, and in the process they recreate the multi-dimensional dance party they’re always good at summoning. The music was incredibly quirky and experimental, elements that were backed against the steely edge of good metal. There’s something odd and beautiful, something head-thrashing and danceable about Ratatat. The band emphasizes these tensions in their arrangements to create music that is exciting, different, and incessantly compelling.

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