JIMH's Radwan Ghazi Moumneh was often the visual centre of the set, whether singing, playing buzuq or releasing gawps of analog synth blurp. Of Suuns' members, Benjamin Shemie was the most active, moving between vocals and guitar and even sharing a cymbal with Liam O'Neill on the final song, a solo JIMH piece.
But the combination of the two was wildly successful in a live setting. The presence of live instruments really added a dimensional kick to JIMH's sound, and the mopey weave of Suuns' musical approach felt much more focused in this setting. Their lateral drift seemed as though it had a more fixed end point, and that worked in unexpected and interesting ways.