, attached to 2013-12-28

Review by scoopseven

scoopseven I was very happy and quite lucky to be able to attend this performance. Highlights for me were that my wife finally got a Wolfman's that she enjoyed, and for good reason. Steam was just f'n unreal and they played Birds for a friend we brought along. Her favorite song and her first show. Nice.

Whole first set was *really well played*, I thought we were in for an, wait for it.... EPIC night. Sand started out the second set nicely then, as others noted, they got kind of lost. Tweezer didn't go far and then there was that misplaced BDTNL.

Steam -> Slient brought about a nice flow from grungy, steamy funk to the the lyrical roundabout in Silent; love it, no matter how many times I hear it. Did I mention that Steam was unreal. Then I was "Waiting All Night" for something else to happen. Not liking that song in it's current form. They closed it out right though, with Antelope, Suzy, Tweprise. Nice way to end the first night.

As CentralScrutinizer point out, it was disappointing to see two jam vehicles (Sand, and especially Tweezer) go out like that, but with songs like Golden Age (it's comin' round), Light, Drowned and Carini catching their stride lately, I'm not too worried.


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