, attached to 2016-09-02

Review by melt_

melt_ Listened via stream. Fun but standard first set. No Men's was interesting, and the highlight of S1 for me. Lack of segues gives this set a disjointed, juke box feel. 46 Days had good energy.

Second set continued that energy with a nice Antelope. Mercury as a song has a cool start but the middle and end sections just feel strange to my ear. Seven Below went pretty far out and got nice and spacey. Tweezer wandered around and had some moments but overall didn't have much direction.

Pretty good show, but lack of flow in the first set, and fuzzy wandering jams without focus take away a couple points. 3/5


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