The penultimate Brooklyn Comes Alive set at Brooklyn Bowl on Sunday featured the debut of moe.queous. All four members of Aqueous teamed with moe.’s Al Schnier and Vinnie Amico for a performance that included songs from both bands as well as a Grateful Dead cover. Earlier today, an audience recording of the moe.queous set surfaced.
moe.queous was deemed a highlight of Brooklyn Comes Alive in our report on the event. The set began with an inventive segment that combined moe.’s “Head” with Aqueous’s “Origami.” From there, the six-piece played a take on moe.’s “Plane Crash,” which Schnier dedicated to bassist Rob Derhak. The 80-minute set concluded with Aqueous’s “Don’t Do It” and a “32 Things” > “Bertha” > “32 Things” sequence.
Set: Head > Origami > Head, Plane Crash, Don’t Do It > 32 Things > Bertha > 32 Things