Agreed, I saw them at the Mint in LA. Pretty small space to perform but they killed it.
Funny story from that night actually. So there's an opening act playing before them and while they're up, I notice a dude in a white shirt right next to one of the stage monitors. He had brought a sax mouthpiece to the show and was blowing it in time with the music. No real notes of course, just a high pitched buzzing. It struck me as pretty strange, but the opener was loud enough that you didn't have to hear mouthpiece guy if you stepped back a little.
So they finish they're set with mouthpiece guy happily jamming along. By now, I've concluded that it's gotta be one one of the guys in Moon Hooch warming up. Who else would just be carrying around a mouthpiece with them? Only thing is this guy had been drinking throughout the entire set of the opening band and he wasn't even keeping time anymore. At this point he kinda just sounded like an off-key screaming baby duck. I seriously doubted he was gonna be ready for his set. I'd seen videos of Moon Hooch before this and knew they had some pretty challenging tunes that only really work if everyone is in time. This squeaky drunk guy could barely stand, let alone play a sax.
At this point, the real members of the band walked out from back stage and proceeded to rock the house, and I was left pondering once again what led this guy to bring his mouthpiece to a show. He left about halfway through the performance to stumble on home. Maybe not the craziest thing I've ever seen at a show, but definitely one of the more puzzling.