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Review by Bob_Loblaw
Bag is pretty solid. Divided Sky is also pretty strong Trey seems to nail all of it. Another fantastic Bug. Stash goes into some interesting waters. It's pretty mellow, with slight tension.
Drowned comes out the gate extra hot. The jam starts off rocking hard with a nice riff by Trey. After the loops kick in and it becomes more and more hypnotic with the ever evolving ambient sound. It's like a nice landscape of beautiful sand. Towards the end Trey drops some bombs on guitar. Caspian although I do not believe is as strong as others in the 2nd set from this year is still pretty. Coil is also strong. Another fun & unique Makisupa. Antelope is extra intense towards the end.
Jim is a very unusual choice for a encore. And although it has no plans of going the distance it is strong and Trey is all over it.
Overall not a classic show like the night before but definitely pretty nice for a hangover.