, attached to 2014-04-26

Review by myMomaDontDance

myMomaDontDance First set was exactly as I would have guessed. I enjoyed everything from Party Time through The Line. Funky Bitch was rocking as was 46 days. Im really enjoying those ~10 min rockers these days. Trey does a good job of patiently building the peak and the rest of the band is tight as can be.

Second set was definitely pleasing to me considering the factors. I would say it probably exceeded my expectations a bit. I loved the song selection of this set. It was great getting Sparkle and Grind, both put a huge shit eating grin on my face. Trey looked like he was about to explode with laughter during Grind as well.

The Disease opener went a lot further into type ll territory than I expected it to. I still need to re-listen to the show(my only listen was live) but from what I remember the quality of the improv from DWD and Light was there. The Sand groove was suuupa thick and a bit slowed down. Great extra kick late in the set though. I dont remember Hood being anything extraordinary but definitely well played.

Biased off being there, the song selection, and the few unexpected type ll jams, I would give this show a 3.5/5 but I won't round up to 4 for the sake of not fluffing. 3/5 stars.


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