Playing a prime 9 p.m. slot at Miami's Ultra Music Festival earlier this year, Cut Copy made for an odd stage presence.
The electronic and dance music bacchanal attended every March by thousands of ravers and wannabe ravers is dominated by brand-name DJs — Tiesto, Carl Cox. And yet, there was Cut Copy, in matching white suits — one of the few live bands on the three-day bill.
It was a fitting move for a band that's always striven to blend rock and dance music, and has mostly succeeded.
Two years after releasing its reputation-establishing "In Ghost Colours," it's back this year with "Zonoscope." On Wednesday, the band performs at