, attached to 2020-02-20

Review by treynpage

treynpage I really dug it (from the couch anyway). The fact that a song like Antelope was the technical low point says a lot about the overall quality of the set. There was a playful energy that is usually a key component to their willingness to stretch things out, and I think that showed up well in a lot of the jams. A lot of exploration in just about every song. Landlady>Destiny brought me back to listening to a bunch or early 90s tapes from a long time ago. I almost expected that segue to happen when it did.

I also like the idea of a single monster set to start things off. Brought out a really nice element in the way they approached the set and the song selection.


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