Yes, it’s that good. One of the best I’ve heard from a Fayetteville band.
After some time in New Orleans, Shoulders is back in Fayetteville. He’s got a new solo record on the way, and a new record label.
At the beginning of the year, locals White Mansion released their debut record and were on the verge of big things.
The best songs open doors, and DOT have always built exciting and tangible portals with vibrant worlds inside.
The Messthetics is the new band from former Fugazi rhythm section Brendan Canty and Joe Lally.
Laura Stevenson’s The Big Freeze is a masterful record that is undoubtedly her best, and rare in the way that it demands to be heard in its entirety.
The band’s thick and lived-in sound is instantly gripping, and nuanced enough to require further listening.
Last year, BRONCHO released Bad Behavior, a record that blended both versions of the band into its best record yet.
Fayetteville’s The Phlegms is one of the most exciting bands to emerge from the local punk scene in the last few years.
The stand-up comedy scene in Fayetteville has grown by leaps and bounds over the last few years, thanks to Stetson Banks, a stand-up comedian who organizes Comedians NWA.
Summer Cannibals are currently touring on a stacked bill with emo legends Cursive, and the new-ish band Campdogzz. They’re all at George’s Majestic Lounge on Tuesday, Feb. 12.
Sun June’s music sounds like perfect accompaniment to Terrence Malick’s ‘Tree Of Life,’ or ‘The New World.’ Their music is sparse, captivating and melancholy.
Burch just released her sophomore record, which expands her focus. She’s still examining nostalgia and lost love, but from new perspectives.
Groundbreaking Montreal post-punk band Ought are in Fayetteville this Saturday, Oct. 6 at Smoke & Barrel Tavern.
Fayetteville progressive metal band Terminus have just released their second record, and it’s my favorite local release of 2018.