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Review by mindleftpants
SYSF was a very potent message for me to hear for my very first song and I started trusting the band to take me wherever they wanted. Most of Set 1 was a blur, but The Squirming Coil was a beautiful ending as the sun set.
Then, darkness fell. The end of Axilla II both amused and horrified me and I was already suspended in space before 2001 even started. Getting funked out into Light brought me back to a similar feeling from the start with SYSF and this turned into one of my most favorite jams from all of 2022. Mountains in the Mist was so soothing, and Meat brought back the funk... and the psychedelia. Golgi->Slave->Cavern sold me to come back the next night, but 46 Days -> Tube solidified my new obsession.
In summary, as biased as one can be about their first show, I still think this show deserves a higher rating than a 3.5, and I left this show feeling blessed and bathed in sound.