, attached to 2016-07-03

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads Tube has a nice bit of Echoplexing going on during the funk portion. Not much else for me to say about the first set--though it's well-played-- except that Scent of a Mule was pretty interesting, with the Marimba Lumina and so forth, and Possum was its usual ripping self. Soul Shakedown Party is a bigly chased song, so that's nice for anyone who was there. The real story with this show is the first big The Moma Dance for quite a while, maybe since 2003. It features a tension-and-release peak-building jam that resolves into another peak before exploring some ambient bliss-out territory that I dearly wish had been explored more thoroughly. Hood is great, but not an all-time version in my opinion. Rock and Roll encore is cool, too; I just wish Rock and Roll as well as Drowned would get the 20-min. jam treatment again some time soon. Maybe throw in a few of those to open second sets instead of Down with Disease once in a while. 3 stars.


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