, attached to 2019-07-03

Review by dublindeuce

dublindeuce Can you think of a better one-two punch to open a show than Fluffhead and Guyute? Martian Monster, Llama, and Steam bring the heat, as can now be expected by these workhorses. Am I the only one who thought it was strange to end the set with Silent in the Morning, Sleep, and Drift While You're Sleeping? Sounds like a run of songs that an old person or an insomniac would listen to.

NMINML goes to weird and phishy places, but instead of taking it out for extended walk, Trey ripcords into Dirt. This Dirt's placement is a little questionable, but this is still a breathtaking version. Plasma hits, and this is where this set gets even weirder in all the best ways possible. This Plasma is more successful than the version from Canada, and launches the segue that makes the set. A quick WactooB energetically leads back to Plasma, and then back to Tweeprise! SPAC gets two Tweeprises, like back in 2010! This Wedge is full of energy, and any show with Sneakin' Sally is a winner in my eyes! Sally gets a jam, taboot. Another great Antelope, which has been getting a lot of attention lately. A zesty Slave ends the set, and from my Mixlr, it sounded like the crowd was loving it!

This is a nice show. Overall, I prefer Tuesday to tonight, but this show has a very strong fourth quarter. Listen to Plasma > Tweeprise > Wedge > Sally > Antelope. See you guys at Fenway!


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