Toby Halbrooks, lead singer and namesake of Dallas' 25% toby, opened by joking about how hard it was to follow such a set: "It's nice to play after bands who see each other more than once a month." Not only had the quartet not played a gig in months, but their new bassist had learned the songs only hours before the show. The result might as well have been renamed 99% toby, because Polyphonic Spree member Halbrooks made up for shortcomings by going bananas. From flips to crowd dives to attacks against band members, a sweaty, messy-haired Halbrooks went all-out with screams that would never fit a 12-robe choir, yet the backing band stuck a bit closer to home with a rowdier take on Tripping Daisy. Though messy as hell, the group triumphed by set's end with the start-and-stop of "Murder My Baby," played while a patron set a ladder aflame, practically burning down the bar. Only at a 25% toby show, folks.