tickets are $9 plus fees at https://nativehowlthunderhound.bpt.me , $12 at the door
The Native Howls music has evolved into their own unique blend of rock, folk, bluegrass, alternative, and experimental genres, one of which is being coined as "Thrash Grass." Throw in some keyboards, harmonica, banjo, some djembe, and you get a glimpse of the musical complexity that defines their sound. Their lyrics embody a folk-like storytelling style; the music shines through with a rustic and clean sound. Their sophomore effort "Inukshuk" was released in 2015. They are currently working on a new E.P. as well.
Thunderhound is an American Rock and Roll band from the Pacific Northwest. Their music is characterized by driving guitar riffs, soaring guitar solos and a chorus of backing vocals to accent the front mans hearty, but lyrically hyper-literate prose. THUNDERHOUND is known for high-energy stage shows with a contagiously positive vibe. It is next to impossible not to have a good time at a THUNDERHOUND show. THUNDERHOUND is also known for their humorous, episodic videos that they release regularly. The band films, develops and produces all of their videos, promos and episodes on their own.
Klaw - Local darlings KLAW continue the Northwest tradition of raw, rude rock ’n’ roll passed on to them from the Mudhoneys and the Zekes of the scene. KLAW proudly pepper chunky riffs with catchy, fun melodies in tongue-in-cheek songs such as “Zombie Hipsters.” Their self-titled, self-released 2015 debut LP is fueled with punk-rock energy, but slows down enough to groove alongside your favorite stoner-rock bands of yesteryear. Bring earplugs or pay the price of feedback brain for days. KEVIN DIERS