Parts & Labor's Constant Future is in my top ten for the year so far, as evidenced by my review for Kicking Against The Pricks. Their Daytrotter set sounds sort of rambunctious, and you can tell that the band really got into kicking their loud transitions.
5.25.11: Parts & Labor's Daytrotter set
You can find the session here.
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