, attached to 2013-07-07

Review by n00b100

n00b100 Q&D this time, to save you from the usual treatises I write.

Set 1: Very good for a first set, IMO. BOTT was sharp and groovin', and everything else felt a little more pointed than the last 3 first sets. This is what I want out of 1st sets if they aren't playing incredibly divisive exploratory 15+ minute jams.

Set 2: a junior version of 9/2/12 II; as that was my set of 2012, I do not say this lightly. The segue into Piper, which I was excited about on initial listen, now sounds as rough as the Sand bailout the show before, but everything else (melodic shifts in DWD, a nice pro forma Ghost jam that goes plinko and nasty, Piper revving the engines and then parachuting gently into Wading) is what I'm looking for from 3.0. The YEM, more deliberate than usual, was also a nice listen.

Final thoughts: the show of the run, just over N1 (which I'm liking more on re-hearing). Feels like an Indian summer's on the horizon, from where I sit.


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