, attached to 2013-07-16

Review by Sivad

Sivad Listened to RnR through Makisupa while finishing work and the rest of the second set a couple hours later at home.

Rock and Roll sounded strong and smooth and the segues into Heartbreaker and Makisupa did not sound disjointed at all.

Chalk dust quickly left its normal jam for a couple of key changes and a modal shift and accomplishes this quite organically in just over five minutes or so

Tweezer was very tight and felt like it was always going somewhere even though it stayed in "the box"almost all the way through until another modal shift set up a butter smooth segue into Silent

The rest of the set seems well played yet unremarkable( which is not bad at all). I don't know if they took a breather long enough to gab a sip of water for the whole set. I trust this would have been one hell of show to see go down in front of you in real time.


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