Resist Resist kicked things off. They get better every time I see them and the addition of Tim Anderson on the drums has made a real difference. If there'd been more people there, everyone would have been dancing like crazy. Or like Little Punk.
Boojii were next and played a solid set, but this wasn't really their crowd unfortunately. Interestingly, they were sporting a new line-up - Sun Ye (who had his tux on last night) has now switched to bass, while Han Han, his replacement at the Modern Sky Festival, has taken over guitar duties.
That meant three quarters of the band returned to the stage moments later as Duck Fight Goose. Together with Panda, they played one of the strongest shows I've seen them play so far and really got people going. The crowd filled up a bit during their set too and this certainly helped the atmosphere.
That left Boys Climbing Ropes to close the night out with a typically upbeat performance, which featured a new song. They'd been on top form a couple of weeks back on the big stage at Mao, but seemed perfectly happy to be back in the slightly more humble surroundings of YYT, Morgan knocking clouds of dust from the ceiling by bashing his bass and then a pair of drumsticks against the ceiling fans just above his head. You can't do that at Mao.