, attached to 2018-07-17

Review by yEEt_1331

yEEt_1331 With the late norm of having longer, warmup first sets, this one sets up promisingly with the “Moma” > “Ghost” combo that takes up a little less than half the entire set time. They were going ham from the start and getting their edge back as soon as possible. The “No Men” looked like it could evolve into something great, but Trey looked to be having some possible rig troubles, and faded out to rip into “Carini”, which slithered into an odd “Slave” without the “blinking” intro. “Bouncing” would follow, and “Soul Planet” would make its second appearance to date. We then quickly “Steam” off the remaining rust from returning to tour and wrap up the show with “Hood”. The tiny venue would be graced with a “Contact” > “Julius” encore before leaving into the night to return the following evening for another show at Harvey’s.


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