I was so thankful that Peter Liddle called out the chatty in the crowd by suggesting that if they want to have a conversation they could to go the other room. This is one of my personal pet peeves and when you see a band with as much dynamic range as Dry the River, the chatty in the crowd interfere more than usual. When you go to see a live band in a venue like The Horseshoe, I think you should pay them some respect by actually listening to them.
"No Rest" closed the main set
"Weights and Measures"