, attached to 2015-01-03

Review by mornduck

mornduck first quarter felt old school and raging. trey slipping sly yet aggressive licks into the perfect little spaces. loves the song selection and energy of the first set. two SOAM's, divided sky/water in the sky, both pretty gemmy. split dah dah dah, i loved the slow jam, then fumbled ending, not goin out like that, spitfire zeroed.
second set we have serious liftoff. just go listen to the whole thing. off the hizzzukky
GTBT closes with more spitfire and ends the run in style

sun is shining and the weather is sweet,
mek me wanna move my dancing feet


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