, attached to 2018-10-20

Review by whitecollarw00k

whitecollarw00k I thought this show was good, not great. Always fun to be in the room, but this one had some major ups and downs. First set had some great highlights: Jim nearly broke out to type 2 but got TreyDD’d, 46 days was fierce and Fluffhead was an absolute treat to end the set.

The second set kicked off with a band with First Tube. I haven’t seen that song pump up a crowd that intensely since MSG 09. Tweezer was majestic. Beautiful, inspired jamming with a high register, major key section that was prettt breathtaking. Gotta Jibboo felt like it had a little extra mustard on it but didn’t really break the mold. The second set seemed like it was about to end a few different times, but Oh Kee Pa > Suzy was the best exclamation point we could have asked for.

Ultimately I didn’t think this show could find the kind of relentless energy and adrenaline we got on Friday, but the band and crowd all had a fun Saturday night.



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