, attached to 2012-12-28

Review by DividedSkywalkerNYC

DividedSkywalkerNYC After six months, this show holds up after repeated playback even if it's not spectacular. It's a "tripod" show for me as it stands on the three strong legs of Wolfman's, Tweezer (especially), and Bowie, as others have commented. For me, the first two legs were sturdier than the last as I found some of the Bowie jamming dissonant at best - until the frenzied, unexpected rhythms at the end, of course! It was super-refreshing to hear such a well-worn song conclude in a new-ish fashion. Couldn't warm to Fluffhead and the Maze wasn't a standout but I did enjoy the emotion in the room during TFTB.


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