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TAUK Welcomes Rob Compa At Brighton Music Hall: Pro-Shot Full Show Video


TAUK shared pro-shot video of their recent show at Allston, Massachusetts’ Brighton Music Hall. The concert on February 1 featured guiarist Rob Compa of Dopapod sitting-in during the first set.

The first frame opened with a pair of tracks off 2016’s Sir Nebula, “Program Select” and “Informant,” followed by “Afro-Tonic,” a song that appeared on 2013’s Homunculus. The group then moved into a pairing of tracks from their ongoing Shapeshifter album series, offering the first volume’s “For Laughing Out Loud” followed by “Convoy” off the second volume. TAUK rounded out the first set with Compa adding his guitar stylings to “Come Dancing” and “The Chemist.”

TAUK opened the second set with the propulsive and glitchy “Recreational Outrage,” another tune of Shapeshifter II: Outbreak. By way of Sir Nebula‘s “Rainwalk,” the band again returned to their most recent album with “Malware.” TAUK then slowed things up with a rendition of the Collisions favorite “On Guard,” followed by 2011’s “Shenanigans.” A highlight of the set came late in the second frame, with the group using “Tumbler” to launch into an exceptional cover of Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun.” TAUK closed the set by once again drawing from Homunculus via “In The Basement Of The Alamo,” before closing the show out in full with an encore of “Collateral.”

Watch TAUK’s full performance from Brighton Music Hall on February 1 captured and edited by MK Devo with audio from Devin Runco via the links below:

Set One

Set Two


Set One: Program Select, Informant, Afro-Tonic, For Laughing Out Loud, Convoy, Come Dancing*, The Chemist*

Set Two: Recreational Outrage, Rainwalk, Malware, On Guard, Shenanigans, Tumbler > Black Hole Sun+, In The Basement Of The Alamo

Encore: Collateral

  • * (featuring Rob Compa of Dopapod)
  • + Soundgarden cover