, attached to 2015-07-22

Review by FifthAvenuePhish

FifthAvenuePhish Omg, faces were melting, lasers were beaming, skies were falling...and that was just in the sic-fi movie I watched before the show.

Set 1 is a lot of fun. I love the mixing up of the debuts and solo stuff (Mike, Page, Trey) and throwing in a Phish debut. Mercury is going to only get better and better if they continue to play it.. I love Heavy Rotation. The vocals were a bit off, but I enjoyed the little jam on it. How Many People Are You was sweet, as well. The Maze was excellent +. The Possum was totally rockin. It was definitely an unusual first set, but that is why I like it so much. Even Winterqueen (a song I like, but can skip) grabbed hold of me. I want more weird first sets like this.

Set 2 is awesome, even if it feels a little short. If they had tapped on Bathtub Gin at the end of the set, instead of the encore, this might have been a 5 star show (or 4.5, but it won't let me give that). Loved the whole set. ASIHTOS > Waves is so smooth and groovy I felt like I was surfing in an endless barrel in slo-mo at 5000 fps > Wingsuit was nice placement. Farmhouse was strange but I like that they went for it there, maybe just to see. And, then the Simple got so dark and groovy I didn't want it to end. The First Tube was nice.

Love this show. I recommend it. It's definitely a good start to a summer tour.


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