, attached to 2016-10-16

Review by JMart

JMart I agree with those who said that the opening sequence was fantastic. I don't care if the songs are overplayed; it's HOW they're played that matters, and I thought these were fun.

It's always nice to hear Undermind and Steam in the same show, but lately I've really become used to them being on the back end of some killer segues, partially because they're so easy to segue into.

Also all for them playing new material and switching things up re: song orders. The actual meat of the songs was warm, definitely not spicy, maybe even a little bland. No minds were blown (presumably; if so, it was the drugs), but a goo dtime was had (presumably; if not it's on you).


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