“Hours before Australian electronic-pop band Cut Copy took the stage at Terminal 5 on Friday, a not-to-be-unbroken pulse of energy had already been initiated. The small group of people who arrived when the doors opened at 7 p.m. immediately found themselves immersed in a DJ set by Turkish Prison. As the audience grew and the DJ’s beats faded out, the second opener Jessy Lanza started her synth-heavy set with hardly a moment of silence during the transition. Turkish Prison returned as soon as Lanza finished and kept the beats going for another 45 minutes, exiting the stage just seconds before Cut Copy emerged. The steadily-built buzz engulfed the crowd that now packed all three of the venue’s floors.”

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