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Midcoaster Listening to the Victim, right now. It's surprising that I can be surprised after all these years.

Surprised I made it, after a long day of Cambridge-Somerville trekking. Made it to Remnant and had some Bow Market vegetarian poutine, which was a revelation.

The day hovered between winter and spring, back and forth, and I put more miles on the feets than I had in a while.

Arriving late to the venue, we went right back up to the balcony and settled in quite well. For a moment, I felt like I was at the Bayou in 1991. However, I'm pretty sure that the Sinclair is smaller.

This is a venue worth revisiting. Seeing Trey hop on board just made this show pop. Whatever energy MGB was exuding (and it has been a lot) simply multiplied by a factor of 5.

The sound was great, too: not too loud, not too muddy. The upper back of the balcony is the only spot in there not FOB. Fantastic night. is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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