GARP 2017 Featuring Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats

Codfish Hollow Barnstormers and Moeller Nights Presents:

Sold Out: GARP 2017 Featuring Nathaniel Rateliff and The Night Sweats

Israel Nash, Pearly Gate Music, Vera, JE Sunde, Amasa Hines, Bully, Hunterchild, The Weeks, Clarke and the Himselfs, Natalie Prass, The Dawn, Ryley Walker, Joe Sampson, Bluebook, Jess Price (Campdogzz), Miles Nielsen and the Rusted Hearts, Parker Gispert (The Whigs), Brett Netson (Built To Spill), Emma Snowden

Fri, Sep 08, 2017 - Sat, Sep 09, 2017

6:00 pm

$30.00 - $55.00

This event is all ages

 

Friday
main stage
10:15 pm -- Nathaniel Rateliff
9:15 pm -- Israel Nash 
8: 15 pm -- Natalie Prass 
7:15 pm -- Vera 
6:15 pm -- Pearly Gate Music 

Valley stage
8 pm -- The Dawn 
7 pm -- 
6 pm -- JE Sunde 

Saturday
main stage
10:40 pm -- Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
9:30 pm -- Bully 
8:15 pm -- Amasa Hines
7:15 pm -- The Weeks
6:15 pm -- Miles Nielsen and the Rusted Hearts 
5:15 pm -- Bluebook
4:15 pm --
3:15 pm -- Ryley Walker 
2:15 pm -- Jess Price of Campdogzz 

Valley stage
8 pm -- Hunterchild
7 pm -- Joe Sampson 
6 pm -- Pearly Gate Music
5 pm -- Parker Gispert 
4 pm -- Vera
3 pm -- Clarke & The Himselfs 
2 pm -- Brett Netson
1 pm -- Emma Snowden

Israel Nash
Israel Nash
Cosmos-wrangling Americana upstart Israel Nash returns from Texas Hill Country with his Silver Season, a deeply gorgeous and wholly immersive nine-song set that plays less like an album, and more like a cross section of time and space. The man’s fourth LP ventures farther down the acid-soaked trail blazed by 2013’s Rain Plans, arriving in lush and expansive territory. Here, this Missouri son sounds more assured than ever, supported by his highly capable band and production inspired by psychedelic greats. Israel Nash’s Silver Season is best played loudly, and sounds wonderful in headphones.
Like the record before it, this one was made on Nash’s 15-acre swath of land in Dripping Springs, Texas, with one key difference. While Rain Plans was recorded inside of the new home he shared with his then-pregnant wife, Silver Season was born in the studio Nash built outside and named Plum Creek Sound, a 1,400 square- foot Quonset erected in March. The band was ready to begin in late May when the floods came, filling the building with water and muck. Nash and the boys pushed on anyhow. Digging trenches, hauling sandbags, clearing mud, and plugging in—that’s how they made an album, doing what needed to be done.
The end result isn’t so terrestrial, however. Silver Season billows outward with its opening song, “Willow.” A swirl of keys, bass, pedal steel, acoustic strum, and languid drums envelop the listener as Nash’s cooed poetry recontextualizes the world through his daughter’s eyes. A shimmery Morricone-like passage carries us into “Parlour Song,” which sounds a little like Neil Young leading Tame Impala. “Sooner or later we’ll surrender our guns/But not until we’ve shot everyone,” Nash sings. And while the line would fit into a celebratory tale about Old West outlaws, it’s actually a modern lament.
From the warm drift and easy elasticity of “Strangers” (one of two cuts that verge on seven minutes) to the holler-along gospel of “The Rag & Bone Man,” Silver Season feels like a living thing. That’s a product of the wild five-man sessions that took place in the sweltering Quonset (with beer breaks, and slingshot target practice using the empties). It’s also due to the care put into taming all of that good noise, with engineer Ted Young (Kurt Vile, Sonic Youth) returning to the mix. The analog hum grounds the guitar wizardry, while the depth of sound ties the band to the pasture that surrounds.
It makes sense that Nash would come into his own out there. He was raised in the Ozarks amidst hills and farmland. Other things add up too. His pastor father and artist mother were very much children of the ’60s. Dad bought him Sgt. Pepper’s when he was 10, Mom handed him an electric guitar at 11, and Nash was writing songs by 12. And while he’s grown away from the religion he was raised under, Nash’s music is nothing if not spiritual. The spirit just comes from a different place—nature, family, song, and the occasional trip into times and spaces we can’t normally access. Hidden within the folds of Silver Season, Nash’s weather-beaten voice says it best: “I don’t live like the others/I see twice as many colors.”
Pearly Gate Music
Pearly Gate Music
Pearly Gate Music is an incredibly gifted gentleman by the name of Zach Tillman (although he records and usually plays live with a stylistic variety of full-band options), who makes beautiful, challenging, simple-yet-complicated songs structured around his extraordinary singing, vivid lyrics, and unusual melodic sense. Sometimes conjuring the feeling of a punk rock religious revival in an old-time prairie tent, sometimes stripped down to spare acoustic-guitar-and-lovely-croon, Tillman's music sounds as if it were written and performed by a bedraggled dust bowl poet influenced by whatever popular songs from the poor folk circuit were being sung after dinner in the parlors of his youth — and who somehow managed to supernaturally absorb the sound of Lubbock circa 1955, Laurel Canyon circa 1968 and Berlin circa 1980.
Vera
Vera
Vera is the first solo project of a New York-raised poet, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist.
She spent many years touring—chiefly performing and recording with singer-songwriter Elvis
Perkins, as well as accompanying a number of other artists. She has contributed to film scores, and
provided music for theater and pieces of performance art. As for her own work, she has drifted
pseudonymously; performing solo in dark bars until early 2017, when she experienced a total shift in
relation to her voice and musicianship, and was finally compelled to record her secret songs.
Working out of a studio in St. Louis, Vera lived on a cot in the control room, a rotation of engineers
trading shifts on the console for her marathon sessions. During this period, she wrote, arranged and
performed all the parts on her upcoming LP “Shades.”
The record itself was born more of intuition and surrender rather than formal planning. The whole
process was quick, all told over a dozen songs fully tracked, layer-by-layer, in less than 3 weeks.
And so from discarded metal, bones, footsteps myriad synths, a concert timpani and layers of her own
voice in chorus, in a palimpsest of twisted harmony--came a genre-bending, time-collapsing
commentary on personal and collective haunting.
Whether they are the footsteps of an extinct beast (Black Rhino Enterprises), the shadow-figures of a
dead or dying relationship (Small Minds), biblical first woman (The Cage), or the calling out of
wraith-like possessors of a stolen continent (The Colony). Each song tells the story of a woman’s
ghost. Each track is her shade.
The album will be released in early 2018.
JE Sunde
JE Sunde
Now I Feel Adored
JE Sunde’s sophomore LP is an exercise in careful subtraction. The first LP “Shapes that Kiss the Lips of God”, (which itself followed complex LPs with his former band The Daredevil Christopher Wright), was an exercise in layers of sound…built up and presented like a spinning fan seen through a kaleidoscope. This number two LP “Now I Feel Adored” strips away the slowed blades and peers through a clearer, but darker lens.
The detailed weavings of melody found on previous recordings by the Minneapolis based songwriter are present, as always in the light strums of nylon string guitar, piano (electric and acoustic), occasional strings, synths and percussion, but the real feature here is in the bass guitar and vocal. Referred to as a “bass forward” effort by Sunde himself and played by Andrew Thoreen of Har-Di-Har fame and at times Pat Keen…it shows. This bass presence is best heard on the track “Wedding Ring”, a kind of ode to commitment to belief. Juxtapose that with the shadowy tune “Prism”, a sad observance of the faults of man and perception (or lack of). The hint of darkness shows itself again on the reckoning tune “Capsize and Sink”…beware censors, there is a word or two that the FCC would not approve of there. All the tracks on this LP flow from the beginning number, a duet with Monica Martin of Phox on the Irish folk-type tune “I Will Smile When I Think of You”. The essence of a kind of full minimalism starts there…it takes some time to notice how little is going on with the richness of what is heard.
As opposed to his first LP which was recorded over a long-ish time and mostly by Sunde himself, this second offering was done in just a few sessions, with his core band of , Shane Leonard (Kalispell, Field Report), Andrew Thoreen and Pat Keen. Augment that with Marty Breuggemann on keys and a smattering of real strings and flute and the sound becomes its realized self. The production quality of Hi Fi and vintage meets 70s am radio softness permeates the entire effort. The Victorian mansion in Neenah, Wisconsin that houses the studio sports a wood paneled dining room with a large table in the center where the band would share meals and breaks. The connections made at that table wove their way into the tightness and timbre of every track. This record will connect with anyone who sits at that metaphorical table to listen.

Preface from 'Now I Feel Adored'
The songs that constitute this album found their beginnings somewhere between 2007 and 2016. My Attempts to Grow A Beard being the oldest. I wrote this in Eau Claire, WI and for years it had a bridge section that was ok, but ultimately unnecessary. If you want to hear that version, you can check out The Daredevil Christopher Wright Daytrotter session from July 30th, 2008. Called By Our Names is the youngest tune. It came together within the two months leading up to our time in the studio. Without fail, all the songs were completed within the twelve month leading up to the start of our recording in April 2016.
Considering the span of time represented by the origins of these tunes, I can’t say that there was a unifying poetic concept that wove these songs into a collection. That is, beyond the generally unifying fact that, with the exception of Jacket, I wrote them all and it’s become clear to me that my thematic interests are rather narrow (Love, uncertainty, existential and metaphysical questions. Rinse and repeat). However, at the risk of retrofitting a through-line into the album where there isn’t one, I will say that three words did stick out to me as I considered the possibility of just such a thing, “Why, hope, trust.” Perhaps that is general enough to mean nothing at all or maybe there is something there. Regardless I hope that these songs prove to be helpful. They were a help to me to write.
J.E.S
Minneapolis, MN
October 2, 2016
Amasa Hines
Amasa Hines
Amasa Hines is a seven piece, Little Rock, Arkansas based band whose sound is as big as their influences are wide. Their influences come from a diverse range of Soul, Afro-Beat, Psychedelic, Blues, Dub, and Indie Rock stylings.

Amasa Hines was formed in 2010 and their debut album All The World There Is was released in January of 2014.
Bully
Bully
Bully burst onto the scene in 2015 with their critically acclaimed album Feels Like. Today the band announces Losing. The album was engineered and mixed by lead-singer Alicia Bognanno in Chicago at Electrical Audio.

Fronted by Alicia Bognanno, Bully was born in 2013. Bognanno was an engineer who had cut her teeth working at Electrical Audio in Chicago. Together with guitarist Clayton Parker and Reece Lazarus on bass, they made a debut album received unanimous critical acclaim and Bognanno became a point of intrigue. A rock icon in the making, with her signature scream, messy blonde hair hanging in her face, and formidable skills as both a player and a engineer who prefers recording to tape. “The coarse Cobain head-scream of Bully singer, songwriter and guitarist Alicia Bognanno is its own resuscitating jolt of protest,” said Pitchfork. “She spends much of Feels Like tearing the house down with her howl.” The success propelled the band into an exhaustive touring cycle with spots on huge festivals such as Bonnaroo, Lollapallooza, Pitchfork Music Festival and ACL and a late night appearance on Conan.

While Feels Like tumbled headlong into the precarious nature of Bognanno’s young adult life, Losing is a document of the complexity of growth: navigating breakups with sensitivity, learning not to run away from your troubles but to face them no matter how messy they may be. The debut single, “Feel The Same’ is the album opener. Like an electric-shock Bognanno is back in your face tackling the angst of a young person feeling their way through the world. The song describes the prison of a manic mind-set, being trapped in your own head. On “Seeing It” she addresses the issue of personal safety and navigating the world as a woman. On “Running” she focuses on personal relationships and the avoidance of facing the demise of a personal relationship.

Losing is an internal, carefully focused record, a universalized diary and an exorcism—not of any one specific demon, but the host of them that characterize contemporary anxieties. Bully are growing up, sure, but their fire is in no way diminishing.
Hunterchild
Hunterchild
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Luke Aaron Jones and fellow Dreamers of the Ghetto alum Marty Sprowles pared down the widescreen stadium-sized rock of their former band to the more intimate, introspective Hunterchild. Jones' vocals are more arresting than ever, indebted as much to vintage Peter Gabriel, Prince, and Depeche Mode as the rich well of electronic R&B explorations from a similar orbit as James Blake and The Weeknd in their most powerful moments. Hunterchild are comfortable in their own skin in a way that's almost unheard of for debut artists.
The Weeks
The Weeks
Raucous Mississippi rock combo the Weeks got their start early, forming in 2006 while all four of the members were still in highschool. Staffed by twin brothers Cyle (lead vocals) and Cain Barnes (drums), Samuel Williams (guitar, vocals), and Damien Bone (bass), things picked up quickly for the Jackson-based quartet, who signed to the Esperanza Plantation label and released their debut, Cadillac Comeback, in 2008. Their swaggering, sludgy, and slightly Southern indie rock was further expanded on a follow-up EP, Rumspringa, which came out a year later. Following their self-released second album, Dry Land Is Not a Myth, the Weeks packed up and moved to Nashville, where they signed a new deal with Kings of Leon's label, Serpents and Snakes. With the new label deal came higher exposure for their hooky third LP, Gutter Gaunt Gangster, as they continued to dial in their freewheeling rock sound. Their Serpents and Snakes follow-up, 2014's horn-laden Dear Bo Jackson, saw a further expansion of their sound and put them in front of European audiences while touring with Kings of Leon. A year later, the four-song Buttons EP acted as a placeholder while the Weeks hunkered down at Memphis' legendary Ardent Studios to record their fifth album, 2017's Easy.
Clarke and the Himselfs
Clarke and the Himselfs
Clarke and the Himselfs re-amalgamated in 2011 at Grandmas House, in Boise, Idaho with
three shows where Clarke performed, for the first time on drums, guitar, and vocals, with Demmi
Netson as an addition on percussion. Before this interval, there were 11 self-recorded
multi-tracked C&TH albums spanning from 2004-2011, with live performances taking a different
shape than they did with the 2011 incarnation. Shortly there-after Clarke moved to New Orleans
where she would write the bulk of the material that became 'Clarke and the Himselfs' (Curly
Cassettes, 2013) and 'Clarke and the Himselfs II' (Heart in Box, 2014).
The 2015 Scavenger Cult release 'The Well-Rounded Clarke and the Himselfs' would see
Clarke teaming up with David Strackany (Paleo) and recording in Portland, Oregon in less than
33 hours on David's 1" tape machine, which famously broke three times during the process, and was partially repaired by chewing gum at one point. 18 songs would be stripped down to 10 in
what would become the critically acclaimed debut Vinyl LP, which found Clarke moving closer
towards a more professional sound, while still retaining her DIY roots.
Most recently, she released 'In Your Heart You Know She's Clarke and the Himselfs' (Curly
Cassettes, 2017) which was in some ways a spontaneous album between Clarke and long-time
friend and frequent collaborator Tuck Nelson. The album was written and recorded in a three
month period surrounding Clarke coming out as transgender and beginning hormone therapy
treatment. Recorded in various places along the Oregon coast, with Clarke recording the tracks
and sending them, along with a rough mix, to London, England where Nelson re-processed and
re-mixed the signals in a process that involved over a thousand emails back and forth before the
album was finalized in March of 2017.
Natalie Prass
Natalie Prass
A native of Richmond, Virginia, singer/songwriter Natalie Prass began her career in her adopted home of Nashville, where she spent a number of years co-writing and backing up other artists before striking out on her own in 2009. With her delicate songbird voice and sophisticated sense of songcraft, she offers a striking sound that features elements of Dusty Springfield's blue-eyed soul and Harry Nilsson's clever pop orchestrations, all filtered into her own uniquely understated style. A pair of self-released EPs (2009's Small & Sweet and 2011's Sense of Transcendence) preceded her debut album, which was recorded in 2012 but not released until 2015. Heading back to Richmond to record, she hooked up with artist/producer and old high-school friend Matthew E. White, whose decidedly retro label Spacebomb Records provides a full-service staff of musicians and arrangers for each of their projects. Working alongside White and arranger Trey Pollard, Prass and the Spacebomb team crafted her elegant, horn and string-heavy debut at a studio in Burlington, Vermont in 2012. The finished album was temporarily shelved while the label promoted several already scheduled releases. While waiting for its eventual release, Prass joined Jenny Lewis' band for a series of tours and continued writing new solo material. The years spent on the shelf only bolstered the album's growing reputation, and by the time Prass' self-titled debut saw the light of day in January 2015, it was highly anticipated and critically well received.
The Dawn
The Dawn
For over 10 years, the Western Illinois based roots rock/jam band "The Dawn" has been spreading their love of cutting edge improvisational rock throughout the Midwest.  From their humble beginnings in the shadow of the Mississippi River, they have crafted out their place as one of the premier up and coming jam bands.

The Dawn's live show experience has proven contagious and is tightly gripped in spacious jams, roaring guitar and soulful harmonies.  Now a six-piece, The Dawn pushes the envelope at every performance and audiences are rewarded with an experience that can only be described as "The Dawn Effect." Coupled with an equally adventurous light show, The Dawn concerts keep their dedicated and growing fanbase coming back for more.  

Staples of the Quad Cities’ jam scene for years, The Dawn’s 2014 release Waiting On The Storm was received with excellent reviews and helped catapult the band to major festival experiences including the inaugural Phases of the Moon, Summer Camp and Camp Euforia.

This momentum has continued to build over the last two years with more major festival appearances including playing host to their own “Dawn and On” Music Festival, drawing over 1000 fans its first two years.  Combined with high profile club gigs, the Dawn is turning many heads in the jam scene.
Ryley Walker
Ryley Walker
Ryley Walker is an accomplished fingerstyle guitarist, singer, and songwriter from Chicago. After a few years cutting his teeth on the city's indie and experimental music scenes, he began giving solo live performances with his acoustic guitar. The first recorded aspect of his complex musical persona arrived with the cassette-only EP The Evidence of Things Unseen, issued in limited edition from Plustapes in 2011. Its artwork was deliberately reminiscent of John Fahey's Death Chants Breakdowns & Military Favorites, and inspired by the American Primitive lexicon of Takoma Records. Later that year he released -- again via cassette on Plustapes -- Of Deathly Premonitions, a four-song collaboration with fellow fingerstyle guitarist Daniel Bachman. Walker's first widely circulated recording was a vinyl-only three-song 12" entitled West Wind from Tompkins Square Records in 2013. His debut album, All Kinds of You, was issued by the label in April of 2014. After intensive touring and playing on others' records, he signed to Dead Oceans in the fall. Recording in Chicago with a cast of improvisational and jazz session aces (including cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm and vibraphonist Jason Adasiewicz), Walker completed Primrose Green, issued in 2015. It was the first of his recordings to feature his own vocals. Musically, it blurs the lines between folk, rock, jazz, and new music. After nearly ten months of touring Primrose Green, Walker returned to Chicago and set about writing and recording his third album. Inspired in part by the Windy City and local musical heroes Tortoise and Gastr del Sol, the eight-track album, Golden Sings That Have Been Sung, was released in August 2016.
Joe Sampson
Joe Sampson
Since his childhood days singing in his family’s barbershop quartet, up through his years collaborating with celebrated musicians like Nathaniel Rateliff and Esme Patterson, Joe Sampson has steadily sharpened his sound and style, becoming one of Denver’s most celebrated songwriters. Westword named him Songwriter of the Year in 2008, describing his work as “combining the emotional weight of acoustic breakup albums like Beck’s Sea Change or Ryan Adams’ Heartbreaker with an aw-fuck-it humour.”
Bluebook
Bluebook
Jess Price (Campdogzz)
Jess Price (Campdogzz)
Lead singer of Campdogzz. The duo of Jess Price and Mike Russell operate out of the eternally corrupt city of Chicago, where native Russell has been playing for over a decade. While his nationally-recognized acts Wedding Dress, Suns and Wax on Radio featured his presence on the mic, Campdogzz is fronted by Price, an Oklahoma emigrant with a voice that hits listeners like a dust storm. The pantheon of female singers with rootsy, radiant voices has been waiting for its next inductee, and with sharp melodic hooks bolstering Price's delivery, the spot is hers for the taking.

Sharing guitar duties with Price is multi-instrumentalist Russell, whose past critical acclaim is represented in the quality of the music. Blending elements of Townes Van Zandt, Songs: Ohia, Cat Power, and Sonic Youth, Campdogzz have created a sound that's bright and immediate at times, somber and resonant at others, while always remaining lively and weighty with the promise of becoming classics.
Miles Nielsen and the Rusted Hearts
Miles Nielsen and the Rusted Hearts
Songs.

Songs are the key.

Miles Nielsen has been writing them for as long as he can remember. Good, bad, great – yeah he's covered all those bases.

For some, music is something in the background, or in the corner of the bar, or merely something that lives on the other side of the dial – a magic diversion created to pass the time in the car. For Miles Nielsen, music is as much a part of his life as
the act of taking a breath, every experience, every conversation, every dream is a potential song in the making.

There are millions of people writing, recording and releasing music in today's world of immediate return. Learn three chords, turn on the computer and you have a worldwide release. There are very few, however, who are writing music that makes you immediately wish there was "more" – another song to make you turn up the volume , another nugget of melody or lyric that you can find some part of to make your own.

Miles's songs provide that sense of yearning and ownership. You want to have another record, another song – you want to hit rewind … you want to know more about this world created in song by Mr. Nielsen. A captivating wordsmith, instrumentalist, and creator of hooks – rare indeed, but present in the person of Miles Nielsen.

It would be hard to imagine that the years spent honing his craft throughout the bars and music halls of the Midwest, were not leading to something bigger, something permanent. His latest release, Miles Nielsen presents the Rusted Hearts certainly occupies a space of permanence – these songs are not mere throwaway pop songs – but, rather explorations and declarations of a mastery of style and substance, destined to fall into regular rotation on the turntables of fans new and old for years to come.

What is next? Like with any other prediction – no one can say. Gifts like Miles's come along very infrequently, and one can only hope that his ability to be so "in the now" – listening for the songs spoken in the everyday world will continue to grow.

Then maybe that "more" we are looking for, will be given to us via that very key we yearn for –

…through Songs.
Parker Gispert (The Whigs)
Parker Gispert (The Whigs)
Now in Nashville, TN, Parker began venturing out as a solo performer in 2016 and is expecting to release his first album in fall 2017.  
Parker Gispert is the frontman, singer, guitarist, pianist and songwriter of The Whigs.  The Whigs began in Athens, Georgia in 2001 and have released five studio albums and one live album via ATO Records and New West Records while also touring the world consistently as headliners or support for groups such as Kings of Leon, Black Keys, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Drive By Truckers, Hold Steady, and many more.  They've appeared four times on the Late Show with David Letterman, twice The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, twice on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and Late Night with Conan O'Brien.  The Whigs have performed at major American Festivals such as Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, and Sasquatch as well as prominent international festivals such as Fuji Rock (Japan), Rock Werchter (Belgium), T in the Park (Scotland), and Oxygen (Ireland) to name a few.  They've played major venues such as Madison Square Garden, Red Rocks, Hyde Park, and Slane Castle.  Their most recent release is their first live album, "Live In Little Five" which was released in November 2016 by New West Records. 
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Brett Netson (Built To Spill)
Brett Netson (Built To Spill)
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Venue Information:
Codfish Hollow Barnstormers
5013 288th Ave
Maquoketa, IA, 52060
http://codfishhollowbarnstormers.com/