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Synth pop, rock meld

Indie band Passion Pit on the rise

Passion Pit — from left, Nate Donmoyer, Michael Angelakos, Ian Hultquist and Jeff Apruzzese (not pictured - Xander Singh) — play the Houston Field House at RPI Monday night. Matt & Kim open the show. (photo: Jason Nocito)
Passion Pit — from left, Nate Donmoyer, Michael Angelakos, Ian Hultquist and Jeff Apruzzese (not pictured - Xander Singh) — play the Houston Field House at RPI Monday night. Matt & Kim open the show. (photo: Jason Nocito)
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Drummer Nate Donmoyer is still a bit shocked by how fast things have moved for Passion Pit. The Cambridge, Mass.-based electronic indie quintet first hit nationally in 2009 with their debut full-length, “Manners.” Thanks to catchy, dance-heavy rhythms on singles such as “The Reeling” and “To Kingdom Come” — plus some well-placed songs on TV shows such as “Skins” and “Gossip Girl” and Canadian video game “FIFA 10” — the band has taken off in ...


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