Live Review from Underground 50:
Funky, catchy, peppy, meaty, and a bit jazzy. Sometimes it’s hard to tell what they’re trying to do with the jazz parts though, like whimsically scheduled incoherence. Definitely a musical mutt, mixing and matching all kinds of styles. The vocals contribute a consistent flavor throughout the musical meandering that simply goes all over the place, from ambient to 80s tv show themes to marching jazz to almost floydish. The technical skill is good enough that they would be every bit as good without a vocal. Each song got better and better and the last song was equally enjoyed by the audience as well as the band with posturing and huge smiles.

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