, attached to 2015-09-05

Review by raidcehlalred

raidcehlalred I know, at length, but the work pre-tour has resulted in a rarefied, refined sort of patience that lends itself so well to tunes like Limb and Roggae. And if you want to get a room moving this day and age*, tough to beat No Men and Martian Monster.

More to like from Dust and Twist (what we've come to expect), with Mercury showing a lot of promise. It's been getting checked, and, like Scabbard, I look forward to its development (revisit the Alpine version; it's cool). I can see the song going really dark and deep; a clear Fuego influence, but maybe some more modulating to some additional minor mode playing, ala Carini. The break into Light is nice and illustrates more great and concerted set list construction.

Who knows. In a summer of dime segues and euphoric Tweezers, it doesn't seem too much to ask this evening.

Perhaps with a late Mu Tron Mango for good measure.

*A Foam

and [the year] would all be so crystal clear


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