The band will celebrate the release of Cauldron with a show at 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 8 at George’s Majestic Lounge.
An interview with Fayetteville band Sw/mm/ng, who are set to release their debut album on Brooklyn-based label, Old Flame Records Aug. 29.
Witches or not, they proclaim to “just want to be good.” They are.
An interview with Adam Faucett, set to perform at Block Street Block Party in Fayetteville Sunday.
This is Sam Cooke filtered through Nirvana, Howlin’ Wolf having a beer with Hank Williams.
The Room Outside will perform at Maxine’s Tap Room in Fayetteville on Monday, Nov. 11.
Water Liars plays Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012 at LaLaLand (641 W. MLK, behind the Art Experience) with locals Spencer Hastings and Real Live Tigers. The show is all ages, starts at 9 p.m. and has a $3 suggested donation.
The truck is owned by Eric Gallemore and Mitchell Owen, both natives of Hot Springs, who decided to move to Northwest Arkansas after attending the University of Central Arkansas in Conway.
Fayetteville may not be ready for Lindsay Powell’s project called Fielded. While others have described it as goblin-pop and goth-electronica, the important thing to know is that it’s catchy and downright creepy.