, attached to 2015-07-28

Review by KingDisco

KingDisco I hate having to call this show a low point in a tour five shows old but it takes the cake by a wide margin.

That being said there are some cool moments worth a replay. I really like the set one Wolfmans over the past year or two, this version reminds me of 12-28-13 which I think is a tad overrated as well. The rest of the first set is weak even by low 3.0 standards. Five shows in a row- Lawn Boy thru Devotion seemed like set two cool downs. But hey first sets are rarely the barometer so take all that with a grain of salt.

Set two opened with a solid "46 Dogs" jam. Really good to see Trey grin as they danced back and forth in this traditionally smoking slot early 3rd quarter. However, Piper > Ghost seemed aimless if safely played which took some wind of of the sails. The rest of the show wandered along from obvious studio tracks weakly translating live to yet another cool down song in Velvet Sea.

Overall I feel like other reviewers will point to sloppy play, I attest the inevitable low ratings to a lack of focus and a lack of direction. This seems more like a blimp on the radar screen than a sign of things to come.


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