, attached to 1999-09-09

Review by Fathership

Fathership This is a really fun show with plenty of interesting moments to keep you engaged. It's also cool to hear the three debuts, even if they don't do anything especially unique.

Limb By Limb and Stash are the highlights of the first set, the former having a great soaring Trey-driven jam and the latter being a very cool spooky space setpiece.

Nothing too crazy early in the second set. The always nice (but unsurprising) bouncy-build Ghost jam leads to the pretty debut of Josie Wales. Tweezer is the highlight of the show, beginning with a JUICY start/stop funk jam that simmers into a quieter space groove. From here it intensifies and explodes into a great peak. Hear this if nothing else!

After a solid Bug, YEM brings some really nice funky vamps. The band drops out and lets Mike solo for a few measures before dropping the funk once again. Some cool breakdowns ensue using this formula and the vocal jam emerges from deep space. Really solid version.

The encore is a lot of fun and a great way to end this above average show.


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