, attached to 2014-04-26

Review by therealburnham

therealburnham Not to reiterate on what has been previously said but the first set was a pretty standard festival set until the setbreak occurred. Then it became a standard first set and anticipation could truly build for the second set. I thought some of the sound seemed a bit off during Trey's parts occasionally (and completely during Sparkle, I'll need to relisten).

The second set versions of DWD and Light were both good to great and, in a typical environment, would have probably stretched another 5-10 minutes and we'll be talking about them moving forward as great versions. This shows good promise for the summer. The Sand was slow and murky and great. I hope they keep that method for the song because it was a blast to hear. More Mike-led then other versions I've heard.

All in all, for a festival, the crowd was full of fans which was fun. After the first set a bunch of people left to catch other acts which helped in alleviating the heat and congestion(at least where we were situated Mike-side of the soundboard). The band didn't really push the envelope too much but honestly, that's to be expected a bit in that slot. Still had a blast.


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