, attached to 2023-09-03

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround Sigma Oasis: Pretty much a standard version >

Down with Disease: Run of the mill jam and the re-entry into the ending is trainwreck city. Oof city.

The Moma Dance: Ugh. So greatest hits is what this show is going to be? >

Kill Devil Falls: This is gonna be different. Um, no it won’t. Standard…

Free: Standard >

Everything's Right: Solid jam! Would not revisit but would have been great fun to get down to.

Roggae: Nice held note, Trey. >

The Wedge: Great placement – just played at SPAC in a similar placement

Gumbo: Standard. >

Also Sprach Zarathustra: Solid, enjoyed listening to this. But they kind of all sound the same unless they *really* take it for a ride. Hope this makes sense? >

Fuego: Pretty decent jam but seems to end kind of abruptly and then segues into >

Runaway Jim: Felt very, very rushed. >

Twist: The definition of cookie cutter.

About to Run: Standard.

Harry Hood: Was going ok but then they just rush through the ending, like someone had the runs and had to book of stage but that wasn’t the case as they went on to go into >

More: UGH. Wow.


First Tube: Same as the last one played and same as the next one they will play. >

Tweezer Reprise: See notes for First Tube.

Summary: Circumstances were not ideal. But why play a generic festival set? This show is almost as long as Thursday night. So why not jam it the hell out? Seems like such a swing and a miss. I would rate this as a 2.7/5. There is nothing here to grab on to.

Replay Value: None.


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