On Thursday night Dopapod kicked off a run of shows with fellow jam act The Motet at the TLA in Philadelphia. Dopapod’s performance saw the band joined by their old drummer as well as a member of The Motet.
The foursome, who today unveiled Megagem and will soon embark on an extended hiatus, opened with a “Plaese Haalp” > “FABA” sequence. Next up was “Vol. 3 #86,” after which Dopapod welcomed old drummer Scotty Zwang to guest on “Priorities.” Later in the night, Dopapod was joined by Motet keyboardist Joey Porter on “Brookline Bridge.” The set concluded with “Onion Head” and the quartet then delivered a “Turnin’ Knobs” encore complete with teases of two songs they played earlier in the night.
The Motet and Dopapod bring the run to New York City tonight.
Dopapod at The Theatre of Living Arts
- Plaese Haalp
- Vol. 3 #86
- Like a Ball
- Brookline Bridge
- Turnin' Knobs
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