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Jon Camp · The Caribbean · Mute Duo + Eli Winter

  July 31, 2022 8:30 PM

Doors Open: 8:00 PM
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ADVANCED: $12.00

ADVANCED Public Onsale: April 8, 2022 12:00 PM to July 31, 2022 8:00 PM
Jon Camp is a fingerstyle guitarist and composer from the Washington, DC region. In both ensemble and solo settings, Jon blends drone, twang, and melody into a coherent whole that is exploratory without forsaking the hook. Of Jon's 2019 release "Headwinds & Tailwinds," writer Byron Coley said that it was fluent "in a wide variety of styles, from American Primitive to avant. Ace small group dynamism." Jon's self-titled forthcoming release is out in May via Centripetal Force. For Jon's set at Hideout, he'll be in ensemble mode featuring guitar, percussion, bass, pedal steel, and cello.

The Caribbean is an American experimental pop group from Washington, D.C. The band has been critically acclaimed for its deconstructionist approach to pop music, its wry, literary lyrics, and its eclectic sound, which incorporates elements of American pop, post-rock, cool jazz, folk music, lounge music, and even Brazilian music. The Caribbean has garnered positive press from Pitchfork, The Washington Post, Washington City Paper, Magnet, Rolling Stone, PopMatters, Uncut, The Denver Post, Flak, Stylus, Tiny Mix Tapes, Harp Magazine, and Signal to Noise, and its 2011 album, Discontinued Perfume, was named Indie Pop Record of the Year by PopMatters.

Chicago's Mute Duo is Skyler Rowe (drums/percussion) and Sam Wagster (pedal steel). Building on simple composed melodies, Mute Duo explores an ambient atmosphere ranging from sparse chimes to pummeling drone with a free, rhythmic fluidity. In 2017, they released their debut album featuring artwork by local artist/writer Dmitry Samarov, and in 2018, they released the "Axially Grasp EP" on Lurkerbias. Mute Duo also frequently plays improvisational shows with friends/guests, and have played with Ryley Walker, Bill MacKay, Ben Lamar Gay, Matthew Lux, Brian Case, Tim Kinsella, Bruce Lamont, and others. In 2018, they opened for Ryley Walker on a three week tour that took them to Canada, down the east coast and through the southeast. Their second LP, “Lapse in Passage,” was released by American Dreams Records on March 20th, 2020. They are currently working on a follow up, which will be out in 2022. For their Hideout set, they'll be joined as a trio by Chicago's own Eli Winter, a guitarist and composer praised as a "generational talent" (NYCTaper) for his masterful instrumental music. 

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