Luke Temple of Here We Go Magic sat in on songs he composed, "How Do I Know" and the Mike Gordon debut of "Make Up Your Mind."
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This show was part of the "Mike Gordon - Summer 2015 Tour"

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, attached to 2015-06-27

Review by zda1994

zda1994 Mike kicked some serious ass last night! I was pretty familiar with a lot of Mike's solo songs but had no idea how simply incredible his band is live. The first set was one of the craziest sets of live music I have ever heard - with a crazy light show, including light-up instruments, patterns on the walls of the Capitol, trippy screens behind the band, Mike making weird hand motions and dances, and smiling! - the whole show was simply a blast. The second set had more of a fun, party vibe to it, but pretty much every song had moments of deep exploration. Face at the end of the second set had the darkest funk breakdown in the middle I have ever heard. Everything though was a nonstop dance party, and the energy between the band and audience was huge! Whatever you know of Mike's solo stuff, until you see him live, you don't know Mike's solo stuff
, attached to 2015-06-27

Review by kazman101

kazman101 Original Setlist
-Set 1 (~8:30)
LBL, Andelmans' Yard (Axed Spiral), SB, STD (Picked to cut Cruel World), HL, AYAH?? (Andelmans' already played), TIAIC
-Set 2 (~10:00)
Surface > HMPAY? > YR> LFC, Ether, SS (Axed Here Today & AY), Babylon Baby/Here Today (Cut Slot), Susskind Hotel/Here Today (Cut Slot), HDIK (Flipped with Face), Face (Flipped with HDIK)
-Encore (~11:20)
Make Up Your Mind & Sugar Shack.
-Alternates were (aside from Andelmans') Sound, Peel, Normal Phoebe, & Last Child/The Last Steam Engine.
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[1] Trey on guitar.

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