Electron made their two-night presence known at the Brooklyn Bowl last weekend. The jam-band, seriously-super-group is comprised of Marc Brownstein (The Disco Biscuits), Mike Greenfield (Lotus), Tom Hamilton (American Babies, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead), and Aron Magner (The Disco Biscuits). With those four masters in the room, the weekend was anything but typical.Saturday night brought original Biscuits drummer Sammy “The. Dr.” Altman for a special sit-in, driving an inverted “Confrontation” into “Run Like Hell” (ending only) to close out the epic dance party that was the first set. The second half of the night brought the highly anticipated Pink Floyd “Fearless” set, catapulting off the vibes of the 1971 Meddle track and digging into classics like “Money,” which featured Sam Greenfield on saxophone, a lengthy “Dogs” > “Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)” > “Dogs” run, and of course, “Comfortably Numb.” Read L4LM’s full show review here.Thanks to audio-taper RichSteele, you can listen to the full set on Archive.org and below:Setlist: Electron at Brooklyn Bowl, New York, NY – 3/12/16Set 1: Plan B, The City > Kamaole Sands > Rock Candy > Confrontation(1) >< Run Like Hell(1,2)Set 2: Breathe, Fearless, Money(3), Hey You, In The Flesh > Run Like Hell(4) > Dogs > Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) > Dogs, Comfortably Numb, Mother, Us & Them(3) > Any Colour You Like > Brain Damage > EclipseEncore: Little LaiNotes: 1 – with Sam Altman on drums2 – ending only3 – with Sam Greenfield on sax4 – dyslexic version(ended in Set 1, started in Set 2)All of set 2 features Justin Mazer on guitar/vocals.