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Review by kyleindeed
SYSF kicks off S1 to a fine start before we enter the land of compositions, bust outs and the new age proving ground. Debuts from Strawberry letter (later teased) > Horn all weathered the pace of of this early set (being slower than the crowd may have preferred).
BOAF becoming MVP of summer tour. Wolfmans is quite tasty. Wombat and Timber both odd placements here but also fresh boogie ground. DWYS is a fun story and clearly getting pushed to expand the phanbase’s pallet. Fun set.. Paige (HTTM) and Mike (Train Song) need to learn their lyrics.
S2 Mercury jamming is out of this world (heh). It had patience here like Blossom BOAF and will hold up with many listens. The whole set was a slay machine (with great moments for About To Run and WACTOOB). Standout NMINML, Light and Antelope micro jamming too.
First Sleeping Monkey and Might Quinn on my 25th show taboot. Great night! 2 more great shows to come!!