Champagne Champagne bounced the sun bossy across the greens of the Fisher Green stage. His eminency - Sir Thomas Gray. The dragon de la pearls, - Pearl Dragon. And the beat-savant stalwart multi-instrumental locomotive-brain – Mark Gajadhar. Count Gajamagic, he’s a count. The Fisher Green crowd bathed in sun and reciprocated the band’s embossed vivacity. Pearl Dragon, an acrobat, nimbly climbed speakers and spat pronounced flow. Gray stomped and hopped encompassed in a burly linguistic trance. Gray’s phrasing guides with smart bomb technology. Gajadhar played keys, guitar, melodica, drum pads, tambourine (off his head), and went live with a kick drum, snare, hi-hats, and a crash cymbal. Gajadhar creates loops, then obeys them. Watching him entombed in slicing up the keys and making the music of the songs, you forget he’s one of the better drummers in the solar system.