|2017-07-14||Everything's Right||Chicago, IL||13:42||Impressive debut. The band quickly clicks to create a chill groove, with Trey working a warm tone to solo atop steady bass, scattershot drumming, and excellent Page-propelled atmospherics. This, then, into extended trilling, which Trey distorts before breaking to assume a clean, bright line, which builds - to break - back into the jam's pulsing, Floyd-like vibe. Excellent.|
|2017-07-21||Everything's Right||New York, NY||11:42||As if building upon the song's promising debut, another extended jam, anchored by Fish's on-point percussion and Mike's slinky bass line, finds Trey taking a page from "Leo's" book, working his Supa-Puss to create a sonic soundscape. Soon matched by Page - he, too, leans heavily into his effects - the resulting sound rises to inform a pretty sort of asymmetry.|
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