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“This is the biggest venue I’ve ever played,” Lorde commented to the crowd. “Just over six months ago, I was playing for 400, 300 people.”. Lorde better get used to playing the mammoth halls, because this set provided ample evidence that she has the talent and the material to make it even bigger in the industry. Alt-J followed Lorde and delivered a fine set of dreamy indie-rock, which seemed to channel both Sigur Ros and the Dave Matthews Band. The group isn’t quite as good in concert as it is in the studio. Those who’ve listened to the English band’s excellent 2012 debut, “An Awesome Wave,” know that isn’t as big as a slam as it might initially sound.

Next up was Phoenix, the French rock act that shares much in common with the group fun, It put on a lively, dance-friendly set that was as easily enjoyed as it was later forgotten, Arcade Fire closed the show, pedaling its pedestrian fourth album, “Reflektor,” which comes across like a collection of songs the Talking Heads once considered recording and then thought better of it, I’ve seen this ivory ballet flats, burgundy, wine, shoes, wedding, lace up flats, bridal flats, ballerina slippers, flower girl, lace, pearls, Canadian troupe many times over the years — beginning with a club date at San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall in 2005 — and have always been impressed with the enthusiasm and energy found in its live shows..

And those two things just happen to rank among my favorite hobbies. Yet, I also like to recognize a job well done — and the Recording Academy certainly nailed it in several situations. So, it’s time to break down the four “general field” categories and see what voters got right and wrong in this year’s batch of nominees. ALBUM OF THE YEAR. “The Blessed Unrest,” Sara Bareilles. “Random Access Memories,” Daft Punk. “Good Kid, M.A.A.D City,” Kendrick Lamar.

“The Heist,” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, “Red,” Taylor Swift, What voters got right: The Recording Academy should be applauded for recognizing the greatness of “Good Kid, M.A.A.D, City” — as well ivory ballet flats, burgundy, wine, shoes, wedding, lace up flats, bridal flats, ballerina slippers, flower girl, lace, pearls, as its author, It’s one of the best rap records of the last 10 years, and seems destined to someday be considered among the genre’s essential platters, You’ll be seeing “Good Kid” on all-time “best of” lists for decades to come, Also, it’s good to see the Grammy get on the electronic dance music (EDM) bandwagon, honoring “Random Access Memories,” which was indeed the genre’s most important album of the year, Plus, Swift never looks out of place in this category, having firmly established herself as one of pop music’s most important artists, “Red” is another superb outing for the country-pop princess..

What voters got wrong: The singles from “The Heist” are more impressive than the overall album, so I would’ve left that off the list. And, as you’ll hear over and over, Bareilles really has no business being here. Kanye West really should’ve gotten a nod here, having delivered what was by far the most discussed and adventurous mainstream album of the year. In years to come, as West’s “Yeezus” continues to perplex and fascinate listeners, this album of the year field is going to increasingly look like it was missing something. The biggest surprise is the absence of Justin Timberlake’s “The 20/20 Experience,” since its author is seemingly the darling of the entertainment business and certainly one of the few artists who equally charms critics and fans.

RECORD OF THE YEAR, “Get Lucky,” Daft Punk and Pharrell Williams, “Radioactive,” Imagine Dragons, “Royals,” Lorde, “Locked Out of Heaven,” Bruno Mars, “Blurred Lines,” Robin Thicke Featuring T.I, and Pharrell, What voters got right: It’s hard to fault four of the five nominees, “Get Lucky” was the EDM jam of the year, so it’s nice to see it make the grade, And even though most of the world is probably tired of hearing “Royals” played seemingly every five minutes, it still ranks as a mighty fine song, Of course, it would be very fuzzy logic to keep ivory ballet flats, burgundy, wine, shoes, wedding, lace up flats, bridal flats, ballerina slippers, flower girl, lace, pearls, “Blurred Lines” out of the mix, Then, of course, is the Mars number, which recalls Police-style “Synchroncity” magic.”..

What voters got wrong: In a word: “Radioactive.” Sure, it’s a major hit — but it’s also one of the most unspectacular rockers you’ll hear on radio. Voters should’ve used that spot to honor Florida Georgia Line’s “Cruise” or Timberlake’s “Mirrors” instead. SONG OF THE YEAR (SONGWRITERS’ AWARD). “Just Give Me a Reason,” Jeff Bhasker, Pink and Nate Ruess, songwriters (Pink featuring Nate Ruess). “Locked Out of Heaven,” Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine and Bruno Mars, songwriters (Bruno Mars).

“Roar,” Lukasz Gottwald, Max Martin, Bonnie McKee, Katy Perry and Henry Walter, songwriters (Katy Perry), “Royals,” Joel Little and Ella Yelich O’Connor — aka Lorde — songwriters (Lorde), “Same Love,” Ben Haggerty, Mary Lambert and Ryan Lewis, songwriters (Macklemore and Ryan Lewis featuring Mary Lambert), What voters got right: “Same Love” isn’t the Macklemore tune I’m most likely to blast on my stereo, (That would be the superfun “Thrift Shop.”) Yet, there’s no denying that “Same Love” — an expertly crafted same-sex-marriage anthem — is the rapper’s most significant statement as an artist, So, I’m pleased that it made the grade, as well as “Royals,” which truly showcases that Lorde is one of the most exciting young voices in music, ivory ballet flats, burgundy, wine, shoes, wedding, lace up flats, bridal flats, ballerina slippers, flower girl, lace, pearls, Yet, the best song in the bunch might be “Roar,” which is another winner from an artist who seemingly deals only aces..

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