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"They are in their own world, one of rumbling beats, ethereal melodies and endless songs that never get old."
"They seemed to take the audience through the decades, starting with a tribute to the grandfathers of jam, the Grateful Dead, and moving into elements of Phish, Umphrey’s McGee and String Cheese Incident. But their sound is still distinct despite their obvious respect for their predecessors. They’ve taken what these bands have done and branched off from it, adding a new relevance to the style."
"The band pays respect to its jam-band forebears while also retaining its own sound"