SET 1: The Wedge, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, Mound, Axilla > Birds of a Feather, Wolfman's Brother, Sing Monica, Seven Below > Tube > Free > Julius
SET 2: Sand > Piper > Back on the Train > Tweezer > Backwards Down the Number Line, Steam > Silent in the Morning, Waiting All Night, Run Like an Antelope
ENCORE: Suzy Greenberg > Tweezer Reprise
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Review by n00b100
Set 2? Some nice ambiance in Sand, and a kernel of interesting music coming out of Tweezer, but nothing to write home about. The whole set kind of felt disjointed, like they weren't really sure what to do with any of the jams, so Trey would just move things along to something else. There wasn't much in the way of flow, which is disappointing considering how many Oct./Nov. sets had great flow, but that's not the worst thing ever. And, as will surely be mentioned in other reviews, the Steam is a true highlight, working up to a really powerful peak after a heavy and intense jam that features Trey breaking back out the spooky effects and some great organ work from Page. Much like Reading's 20YL, it's nice to get a newer song really taken out for a walk.
Final thoughts: A warmup show with two legitimate highlights, but those highlights (Wolfman's and Steam) are not optional.