Confetti Cannons. Furry Guitars. Electric Jackets. Confetti Cannons. Hand Bells. Tubular Bells. Confetti Cannons. Streaming Video.
3D Movies. Confetti Cannons. Bleeping Thingamagoops. Scrolling Bass. Confetti Cannons.
Unlike, say…Charlie Sheen, it’s obvious that OK Go puts a lot of thought, effort and energy into their shows. And confetti cannons. LOTS of confetti cannons.
After an endearing opening set by Pomplamoose, OK Go took the stage at the Kennedy Center last night to celebrate the 14th anniversary of the Millennium Stage and the release of their new live album: 180/365. That’s 180 live shows over the course of a year.
The new album is the first release on OK Go’s own Paracadute label, founded after their split with EMI. MMT salutes OK Go for making the digital release available in both MP3 (320 Kbps) and FLAC (lossless) formats without any premiums for choosing higher-quality files. And for including the digital files with the purchase of a CD, which also ships with “hopes, dreams, and FREE OK Go Confetti.”
If you haven’t seen a live OK Go show, you should. Here are some one line reviews from the video below:
Seeing OK Go live was probably one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
~louster200 23 hours ago