, attached to 2013-07-30

Review by Penn42

Penn42 Sitting here in the venue two hours early (pre-show music is the John Coltrane quartet, btw) for Wednesday's show, so I thought I'd take this time to write a review of last night's show on my brand-spankin'-new iPhone 5.

7/30 was a totally enjoyable show. Brought my brother, @aust1e, along for his third show after he came with me to the Gorge 2011. We raged it pretty hard together. Now, on to the music...

The opening Wolfman's was the highlight of the first set. It was super intense and Mike even got some "fart-bass" going on at the end. Gin was good too and I was stoked to get a Rift, which is a favorite of mine.

The second set didn't feature any super deep cuts like the Gorge got, but 46 days was exceptional! Highlight of be show IMO. Everything around it was pretty good to; however, nothing touches the little funky jam at the end. The broken up Mike's Groove came out of left field as well. That was a fun anomaly to witness.

If there was one semi-negative comment I would make it would be that I felt there were several opportunities for smooth segues that we're not fully taken advantage of. There weren't any major Treywrecks, I just think the 46 days -> Boogie could have breathed some more. Same with Carini > Piper. However, these are minor complaints that I'm only making to make this review longer, and therefore seem for legitimate.

I'm calling Chalkdust, Stash, Tweezer, and Sand for tonight's show. Wish me luck!


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