, attached to 2019-06-29

Review by jimmysdad

jimmysdad First set opened strong with a locked in Mike’s Groove, followed by a well executed Divided Sky, possibly hunting at the storms that rolled through Camden this weekend. This was my 21st show and my first Divided Sky, so I was pretty pumped. Nice and sweet Everything’s Right, followed by an always welcome Guelah and Sparkle, had the crowd jumping. A blissful Roggae and a SMOKIN’ 46 Days closed this set out in fashion. Really good set.

Set 2 starts out with a tight Blaze On which quickly rolls into NICU. I thought Trey was just quoting NICU, but alas a second NICU in less than a week. I thought Blaze On had more in the tank, but Trey had other plans. Golden Age jam started nicely, and shortly rolls into Ruby Waves, which I love. I think this has such great potential, and these last two versions have been stellar. This was the highlight of the second set for me. DDHVL is always fun, but I could use a break from it. I thought the Rift transition was cool, and thought it was well executed. Not sure if that’s where I want to hear Rift, but I’ll take it! Beneath the Sea of Stars was really cool to hear, and I hope they start to explore more with that. I’m a sucker for Waiting All Night, especially Mike’s bass in that song. Ghost was strong and sweet, and no complaints for S.A.N.T.O.S. Non-traditional, but super fun set.

YEM encore for my first ever YEM after 21 shows? HELL. YEAH. This one sounded great and was totally on cloud 9 this entire time. Followed by an always fun Grind acapella, a great way to close out a Saturday night!

I had a ton of fun. You can say it was a Saturday Night Special, but a fun one at that! Let’s do it again tonight!
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