, attached to 2016-08-28

Review by BornXEyed

BornXEyed I'll have to relisten for sure, but my first impression is that the band was out of sync for small portions of this show, particularly the start of set two through Twist, before settling into finer form. The Light jam and what Trey was attempting with his guitar (Deener influence perhaps) is the big takeaway from this show. Otherwise a fun mix of tunes to dance to with nice overall flow, but no real meat 'n' potatoes save for Light; and Loving Cup very predictable (fun of course, but predictable).


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