|2022-06-03||Noblesville, IN||11:37||A surprise is in store for those expecting the "Mike song" of the set to be standard fare (it was his birthday, after all). Mike and Trey are both in attack mode, which sets the stage for Mull getting its first extended treatment. If you like jams from out-of-the-box songs, this is for you.|
|2022-07-31||Columbia, MD||12:26||Building on the Deer Creek version from earlier in '22, Mull sails towards uncharted waters here at MPP. The jam starts in sludgy funk mode, with Trey and Mike's effects thick as molasses and Fishman setting the tone with a "Destiny Unbound"-esque beat. The band keys in on the groove immediately, while the music deepens at an exceedingly rapid pace. Page's synths pool around Trey and Mike's bevy of effects as the jam builds into a clinic of dark/textural soundscapes. Fishman contextualizes the madness rhythmically with the expertise of a deep sea fisherman, and then leads the band > "Foam." Highly inspired improvisation.|
|2023-10-07||Nashville, TN||7:58||Great "Mull," with more than a few "Destiny Unbound" undertones. Jamming breaks for a bit of "2001," a callback to the show's strong show-opener, before > back to "Mull."|
|2023-10-07||Nashville, TN||0:34||> "2001" to close a snappy first-set passage of musical exploration.|
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