, attached to 1999-10-08

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This show is really good at times. But for the most part pretty average.

Wow what a short first set! Piper picks up the show fast. Bag has a nice funk jam with a strong peak at the end. Meatstick is kind of rough although I am not sure what was going on that was making the audience cheer, a visual might increase appreciation. A normal but still strong Antelope to cap the set.

Hailey's kicks off the second set with a jam that is strong and lifts off into major Trey shreddery, then simmers with looping into Tweezer. The Tweezer jam starts with a lot of Mike and is fairly reminiscent of a Fall '97 (Hailey's>Tweezer 11/22/97?), and then melts into a sea of beautiful ambient bliss. Fee has a cool little harmonic jam towards the end. Hood starts with some hiccups but the end stretch of it is quite pretty. I'm not a huge fan of Tom Marshall sit ins and the same applies here, although the See Me/Feel Me section is pretty cool. CDT is standard.

A good Coil to end the night and Tweeprize is always welcome.


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