, attached to 2010-06-13

Review by wrinkledraisin

wrinkledraisin this was my first show of the tour, and holy moly, what a great start to what is shaping up to be an incredible year!!! last year i hit festy, the garden run, then nye at miami, and this year just took off on the same trajectory where '09 left off. the vibe was great, the venue low key and uncrowded, and the threatening weather never unleashed the torrents. i can't believe how tight they are sounding right now, and this is mike's tour so far. ooey, gooey, dripping, dropping bombs. i was with my wife, third show, and we opted for the seats instead of the floor. great scene, plenty of space, and really great neighbors. sound was perfect. saw an unusually high number of wook takedowns, and i can't get this one out of mind. some guy carrying around his infant son, dressed in festy polo shirt!, is in a screaming, in your face, argument with one of the fat, prick-like security guys. can't even begin to imagine what they were at odds over, but it was pretty harsh scene. if you ever read this guy, if you're bringing your kids to the show, be a father first, and avoid controversy like the plague, whether it was your fault or not. walk away. but back to the pleasantness...fluff was the first set highlight for me, but i tought the soam at the end was a signal of the funk to come. second set had me from the opening notes of drowned, and was relentless. who knew my pleas for the tweeprise would be answered fourfold over the next few days!!!! i am so happy to have these guys back, and providing these points in time and space to let it all rip. just say no to haters!


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