, attached to 2015-07-21

Review by KingDisco

KingDisco Its an average show in a well above average era. The lack of a Big Jam that came a handful of times per tour just a few years ago clouds a drum beating for this.

Definitely some replay here though- Ghost > BoaF goes nowhere, Ghost cooled off and had a chance but the sloppy transition killed any chance of this set blazing at the start.

But it was salvaged- Mike's groove smoked... Throwing two brand new songs inside the Groove was a risk and the payoff was palpable in energy and vibe. NMINML was called a new and better Wombat, I do not quite agree- I think it is a set saver at worst with huge growth potential this tour. I suddenly have this on top of my list in Raleigh and MPP in my future world.

Not a bad show but nothing earth shattering. Pretty textbook 3 star foray and hopefully a warmup for some serious improv this summer


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