, attached to 2018-07-18

Review by zarathustraz

zarathustraz Martian Monster showcases an ease and confidence that eluded the band for much of the rest of the night. Trey has trouble finding fluidity in his playing all evening. Most his licks are chunky, angular, and on the nose.

What Everything's Right tries Ocelot accomplishes more successfully.

Ocelot through Gin is a strong sequence. Trey has trouble building the peak in Gin, but everyone else steps up and in to build a tsunami of growing sound that Trey can just coast to conclusion. Good stuff.

DWD jam feeds off strong interplay from the whole band.

Limb by Limb is a surprise highlight of the second set. And 2001 really benefits from Trey's newly imagined dark tones.

YEM sports a guitar solo from the guitar player, which is not as customary as you might think these days.


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