, attached to 2015-07-24

Review by utopian_fluff

utopian_fluff I wasn't there, but I streamed the show thanks to some awesome audience member who was taping it.
First set was relatively normal, nice funky Moma and a high-energy KDF. But nothing super special other than Reba. It had a great jam segment and definitely stood out as the highlight of that set. I'm not going to review each song individually because I don't have a lot to say for it.

Second set was one of my favorites of 3.0, so far. Blaze On, a newer song but one I thoroughly enjoy, got a nice jam treatment. Pretty type 1 the whole way through, but it was awesome to hear an extended jam on a song the second time it was played. Got somewhat spacey and darkish near the end. Twist comes and is a Type-2 MONSTER. Very dark, yet still keeping a good groove. The jam was all around dirty (in a great way) and explored some far-out territory. And then they keep the great jams going with Light, also somewhat dark with a nice, long jam segment. The boys were clearly tightly-knit with each other. I don't love Joy, so nothing to say here. Hood had a nice jam treatment too, got a little dark at the end with a bit of Type-2. Just a nicely played Hood. And, Cavern, of course, had some awesome energy and was very straight forward but well-played. Character zero, typical encore song.


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