, attached to 2018-12-29

Review by dublindeuce

dublindeuce The first set gets going with a very strong Blaze On and the trancesdent second reading of Turtle In The Clouds. Later, the first frame features strong funk and bliss jamming from 46 days > Cities and 46 Days’ musical cousin, Wolfman’s Brother. Wolfman’s features Party Time quotes and is arguably a mashup.

The second frame starts with a fiery but short Carini, which Trey soon favors for Tweezer. This is a superb, heavy hitting Tweezer jam. After 20 minutes, Tweezer’s roar bleeds into Death Don’t Hurt Very Long, which shines greatly in its’ second reading. This heads back into 8 minutes of relished Tweezer jamming. This is in an exquisite jam that features some great funk jamming and 2018 “minimalist roar” from Trey in a fun mashup style. Later in the set features groove based dance fests with 2001 and First Tube.

Overall, this was an incredible Saturday night dance party, with the second set making it a show for the ages. Can’t wait to to back and do it all again tomorrow!
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