"Dead Can Dance’s performance was a string of dirges and incantations…[Lisa Gerrard’s] keening, hovering voice can summon the tragic dignity of Baroque opera, the bite and swoop of Balkan music, the calm fatalism of Celtic ballads and the devotionality of plainsong. It was pure, wordless, rapturous sound." - Jon Pareles, New York Times
See what else the New York Times had to say in its review of Dead Can Dance’s Wednesday night show at the Beacon Theater. And, of course, don’t forget to spin Anastasis.

"Dead Can Dance’s performance was a string of dirges and incantations…[Lisa Gerrard’s] keening, hovering voice can summon the tragic dignity of Baroque opera, the bite and swoop of Balkan music, the calm fatalism of Celtic ballads and the devotionality of plainsong. It was pure, wordless, rapturous sound." - Jon Pareles, New York Times

See what else the New York Times had to say in its review of Dead Can Dance’s Wednesday night show at the Beacon Theater. And, of course, don’t forget to spin Anastasis.