featuring HOLLOW WOOD with ST. TERRIBLE and HARVEY KRISHNA
With roots in earnest and truthful music, Hollow Wood maintains a balance of intimacy and power that blend together to create an incredibly engaging musical experience. Formed in Boise, Idaho in 2010, Hollow Wood consists of an organic and consistently evolving lineup of musicians who are devoted to expressing music in an honest way. Morgan Schuler of KEXP in Seattle writes, “Even now, I can remember being wrapped up in it as the crowd cheered, danced and clapped their way through the set.”
St. Terrible is a freak-folk artist and musician from Idaho. While he often creates and performs solo, relying on loop-pedal, ghostly vocals and prepared guitar to create his often strange subject matter, there is a cast of contributors who regularly join him both on and off stage. Much of the work he releases and performs is improvised.
St. Terrible is also part of the Music/Art Collective known as House of Upside down.
Harvey Krishna is a self-described “guitars and drums hard-pop trio” made up of 50-somethings Deanne and Harvey Tawney on guitar and vocal duties and drummer Gerald Valle. They play all original tunes that Harvey said can best be categorized as “catchy but deep … kind of punky stuff.” – BW