Timber Rattle + Puszczyk


Date: 24-03-2017
Starting at 20:00 Ending at

ul. Bozego Ciala 9


The initial incarnation of Timber Rattle had its roots in a Seattle recording studio in the winter of 2009 where Adam Parks and Brian Markham were introduced while contributing to A Story of Rats' "Thought Forms" LP. Both were involved in other Seattle psyche/noise projects at the time (Land What Land and Ear Venom) and were energized by the discovery that they shared not only a common interest in place-inspired music and sound experiment, but also a common musical and geographical background, having been born not a hundred miles from one another in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwestern Virginia and raised singing Southern Baptist hymns. Though it wasn't until they found themselves in New York (Markham pursuing psyche-rock project Ancient Sky, and Parks an agricultural livelihood) that they came together to write and record the first songs that would come to characterize Timber Rattle. Shortly thereafter, they embarked on their first European tour and, upon returning, recorded Timber Rattle's first full-length record, Nature in Darkness. In the following year, the duo toured in the northeastern U.S. and again in Europe, supporting Ancient Sky and Little Gold. In late 2011 Parks relocated to the west coast, reworking and releasing some latent material as the The Embers Burn in Code EP, upon which he and new recruit Jarrell Puryear again toured Europe. In the summer of 2013 Parks recorded another full-length, Phantoms of Place, in a mountain cabin in northern California. To date the project's most cohesive and essential release, Phantoms is an exploration of physical space, place and tradition, and an interpretation of life and death in the arcane wild. Parks and Puryear were joined by Jonny Tunnell for Timber Rattle's first two tours as a three-piece in Europe in the springs of 2014 and '15. Timber Rattle will return to Europe again this spring to support their first vinyl LP release, The Clearing (on Prague-based Lokal Rekorc), a synth-heavy collection of psyche-pastoral songs recorded in the woodlands of upstate New York.



Folks come to us and say - but what about reverb? What about reverb? There was a time - a very sad, sad time. Just sad! There was a time when people in this country didn't use it. They didn't have enough of it. They didn't think they could because they were lied to. Just terrible. So look, having reverb - folks we look up to are great reverb scientists, Have a Nice Life, Belong, Slowdive, good genes, great minds, very good genes, OK, Godspeed you! Black Emperor, very smart. So having reverb, it's amazing. It's amazing because it makes everything sound big. And we like big. We will expand bigly on reverb and folks will finally have it. And we tell them, we tell them straight up. Reverb is hugely important, it's a terrific, terrific thing. So we're doing it, we're doing it for you folks. Even now - and you'll believe us when we say it - even now we put reverb on everything. We put it on everything until it sounds good. And it always does because we do it smart. That's how you do it folks - smart. And there's no one here who knows more about reverb than we do. Scientists, military, musicians - they all come to us and are like whoa, that's amazing! Tremendous. Just go and ask them. Ask the other bands. In fact, they just called us - they said it was terrific. There you have it folks. There you have it.


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