, attached to 2016-10-24

Review by CrateDigger

CrateDigger Odd setlist, but surprisingly the show had a really good flow. The band was dialed in, and the playing was great. No major flubs, although Water in the Sky and Dirt were a tad sloppy, and Piper was slightly disjointed at the start. The energy in the crowd dipped a little during Petrichor; awesome song, but I think it works better in the first set. Not a lot of type II jamming, but there were a ton of peaks. Replay value may be minimal, but a really fun show.

First set highlights were Wolfman's, which absolutely ripped, and Bowie, which had some nice tension, a strong finish, and marked the first Junta song of the tour. Maze was pure fire; one of the best I've ever seen and the song of the night IMO. The fourth quarter may not look strong on paper, but everything was well played. Seek this show out for the Wolfman's and Maze.


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