Thu Jul 19 2018

8:00 PM

The Aquarium (Dempsey's Upstairs)

226 Broadway, 2nd floor Fargo, ND 58102

$7 adv / $10 door

Ages 21+

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Native Howl - Michigan "Thrashgrass"
Gabriel Douglas (of The 4onthefloor) - Minneapolis folk-rock
Mr. Meaner - Fargo folk-punk

Lead vocalists and guitarists Alex Holycross and Jake Sawicki had been friends and musicians in the same area for several years before venturing into what would result in the current lineup of The Native Howl. In the fall of 2013, primarily as a duo, they released a 6 song EP, “The Revolution’s Dead.” With the addition of Josh LeMieux on drums, and Mark Chandler on bass, the Howl’s 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.

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The Native Howl and Gabriel Douglas at The Aquarium

Thu Jul 19 2018 8:00 PM

The Aquarium (Dempsey's Upstairs) Fargo ND
The Native Howl and Gabriel Douglas at The Aquarium
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$7 adv / $10 door Ages 21+

Native Howl - Michigan "Thrashgrass"
Gabriel Douglas (of The 4onthefloor) - Minneapolis folk-rock
Mr. Meaner - Fargo folk-punk

Lead vocalists and guitarists Alex Holycross and Jake Sawicki had been friends and musicians in the same area for several years before venturing into what would result in the current lineup of The Native Howl. In the fall of 2013, primarily as a duo, they released a 6 song EP, “The Revolution’s Dead.” With the addition of Josh LeMieux on drums, and Mark Chandler on bass, the Howl’s 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.