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Airborne Toxic Event develops songs while performing on stage

Band live is different from recording

Airborne Toxic Event plays tonight at Upstate Concert Hall.
Airborne Toxic Event plays tonight at Upstate Concert Hall.
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Watching The Airborne Toxic Event perform live is always a much different experience than listening to one of its studio albums. “There’s always like no relationship between what’s on record and what’s live,” singer, guitarist and main songwriter Mikel Jollett said recently from Los Angeles. “On record there’s no limit; live we just have five people, and we won’t play any prerecorded tracks. Everything is made onstage; we’ve never had the benefit of a laptop ...


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