Load remaining images The set also featured a sit-in from Todd Stoops for the first song of the second set.Thanks to nugs.net, we now have full, pro-shot video of the concert: Browse some more photos from the event, courtesy of Andrew Blackstein: Full gallery below: After Cabinet got the crowd riled up, Twiddle took the stage for two sets of exciting jam music. The four-piece band from Burlington, VT just wrapped up a tour with The Werks, and are just days away from releasing their new album, PLUMP. The band brought some of their best for two full sets, including an segment featuring guitarist Mihali Savoulidis on acoustic. Two great bands descended on the Brooklyn Bowl last night, December 5th, as Cabinet opened up and Twiddle closed it down for an evening of jammin’ live music. Twiddle’s two-night run concluded in fine form, bringing out their big time jams for an enthusiastic Brooklyn crowd.The show all started with Cabinet, as the Pennsylvania bluegrass band got to work. These guys mean business, pouring powerful Americana energy in each song. The six-piece crew blends improvisation with great folk songwriting, and the result is always something fierce. When they hit the stage, it’s always fun.