Yeah, it wasn't exactly a "concert." A nightclub's got bottles to sell and a dance floor to fill, so La Roux's set last night at Mansion was typically short, just a few songs: "In for the Kill," "Bulletproof," and "I'm Not Your Toy."
Nevertheless, singer Elly Jackson rocked the 15 minutes she got. Dressed like a glam greaser in tight pants, a shoulder-padded leather jacket, and a fiery futuristic pompadour, she crooned with her eyes closed and danced through disco lights while her boy-girl backing band spun the synthy stuff.
See the cut for photos from La Roux's show.
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