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Review by Rutherford_theBrave
From what I remember this was a very fun show and also strange. The Stash > Kung > Stash > Kung was pretty crazy. The Divided Sky was great and a Golgi to close set one.
The second set was good with a short Tweezer and also YEM > Spooky Jam > YEM. Harpua was cool and a good story by Trey describing dreams "dreams bubbling up and the dream mound, a mountain of dreams." This was the first time I had ever heard Harpua. Harpua the mean old bull dog.
E: Lengthwise > Contact > Tweezer Reprise
this would set the table for seeing more shows for years to come