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11.01.2013 Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI, USA

Set 1: You Got the Wrong Guy > All In Time, Ringo[1] > Kimble, Sociable Jimmy > 1348[2] > Hajimemashite, The Fussy Dutchman, Partyin' Peeps

Set 2: Der Bluten Kat > Final Word > Der Bluten Kat > I'm On Fire > Der Bluten Kat, Roundabout, Wappy Sprayberry > 1348, The Final Teen Spirit[3], Phil's Farm[4]

Encore: Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None)[5], Divisions[6]


[1] with Kevin Sinclair on saxophone
[2] with Simple Gifts (Elder Joseph Brackett) and When the Saints Go Marching In (traditional) teases
[3] debut; The Final Countdown (Europe) + Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana) mash-up
[4] with Muffburger Sandwich jam
[5] with Adam Budney on vocals
[6] with Baba O'Riley (The Who) teases
Support: Cosby Sweater feat. Joel
Purchase via UMLive: 11.01.2013, Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI

Reviews: 1 review(s)

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Review by carmelocorn, posted 11 February 2014 8:27 pm EST Permalink

For Friday night, I signed up for Headphones and Snowcones. It basically cost me $40 for a pair of headphones that streamed a live audio mix directly from the soundboard to my tympanic membranes. This was the first time I tried the experience for an entire show and now I’m afraid live music will never sound the same. These headphones allowed me to tune out the rest of the world so I could get completely lost in the moment. This type of experience is the reason I am so in love with live music and now I don’t know how I will be able to fully enjoy a show without a set of headphones on. So it goes.

The second set on Friday opened with a DBK club sandwich and contained the night’s only debut mash-up: “The Final Teen Spirit”. Dramatic synths from Europe’s “The Final Countdown” directly clashed with Nirvana’s grunge classic “Smells Like Teen Spirit”. The simplicity of mashing only two songs into one seamless tune made this one of the most successful, straightforward mash-up of the weekend.

Brother’s Rage played a smoking after party show on Friday night that featured one of my favorite sit-ins to date. Jake Cinninger, the other worldly guitarist from Umphrey’s McGee, joined the late night act for a cover of The Grateful Dead’s “Estimated Profit” followed by some spacey improv. The jam eventually slammed into the sweaty disco tune, “You Should be Dancing” originally by the Bee Gee’s and featured Mr. Barry Brown on vocals. Needless to say, a legendary dance party erupted among all who attended and continued into the early morning hours.

Originally posted: summercampfestival.com/2013/11/04/mashup/

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