|2013-10-31||Atlantic City, NJ||6:34||Debut with "Abe Vigoda" and the Abe Vigoda Dancers.|
|2014-07-18||Chicago, IL||11:51||"Wombat" goes for its first big ride, leaving the formal song structure behind around 5:00 and breaking into some light and contemplative play. The pace picks up and the intensity gradually increases, before -> to "CDT."|
|2017-07-18||Dayton, OH||13:01||"Wombat"'s second big ride shrugs off some dubious vocals to deliver a hard-charging "Ghost"-esque late night groove that morphs into delicious major key rocking out. Mike's work, in particular, is a joy to behold. Collapses into bubbly ambiance, then > into "Chalk Dust Torture".|
|2018-07-22||George, WA||10:43||Trey showcases several of his new-for-2018 guitar tones in this jam that goes from growly funk vamping to a synth-laden space groove and a final rock peak all in < 11 minutes.|
|2021-10-30||Las Vegas, NV||11:01||The normally upbeat song/jam goes contemplative. The rest of the band creates a texture for Trey to solo over. All four members coalesce around 10:00 for a neat groove, which eventually fizzles out and > into "Guyute".|
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