Went to see Tycho and Matthew Dear as part of Seattle's annual Decibel Electronic Music Festival. They performed as part of the Ghostly label's showcase. What I found great about both acts was that they're more known to produce electronic music as solo acts, but for their performances that evening, they both had live orchestrations within a band structure to play the songs.
Tycho may be known to most folks who check out Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. His music has been used during those interstatials during commercial breaks. The band that evening sounded like Minus The Bear without any of the vocals. Most of their set came from the new album, Dive. It sounded fantastic. Most of the credit goes to their drummer. That guy was spot-on.
Matthew Dear was also great to listen to. The whole band looked elegant as they played techno bangers sporting designer suits. The live experience for Matthew Dear shows are so different from what you'd hear on record as well. I was actually surprised at how much tweaking Matthew did for his vocals, especially considering that he had a pretty decent live singing voice. I'd like to hear him spin a DJ set some time.