Always Tired combine the feeling of second wave Midwestern emo with the freedom of pre-social media experimentation, before blueprints were readily available.
The Ozark Free Music Society is free improvisation for randomly assigned ensembles. And they’ve just upgraded into independent promotion as well.
Since we last spoke, The Phlegms have released a new video, recorded a Holy Anvil live session and played at almost every festival in the area.
The band’s live set is confident and crowd pleasing. Imagine a house party that only plays English new wave.
When Joel started booking the Mountain Street Stage series, I knew it was in capable hands because he’s also booked shows at almost every venue and former DIY spot in Fayetteville.
Burned Up Bled Dry returns to Fayetteville for a show at Smoke & Barrel Tavern with Bones Of The Earth and Stress Dream.
Modeling continues their cinematic art punk on Somewhere Before, which very much sounds like a labor of love.
Fayetteville songwriter Jess Harp will soon release his debut EP, and one listen to his song ‘Nick Drake’ will hook you.
stepmom are starting to explode regionally and this will be their first time in Fayetteville.
Written before the pandemic, Squirrel Flower’s record Planet(i) is a gorgeous and moody exploration on disasters and how we get through them.
Kirby’s new album is a concise listen that takes big chances. It’s rare to hear a record without a wasted moment, especially a debut.
In addition to her own records, Lattimore has recently released a collaborative record with Mac McCaughan of Superchunk, and contributed harp to records by Kurt Vile, Thurston Moore, Sharon Van Etten and Hop Along.
It’s no secret that the band is among Fayetteville’s best – and certainly the heaviest.
Presley’s record label has just released new records from Buck Meek (of Big Thief), Sun June, and Katy Kirby.
Yes, it’s that good. One of the best I’ve heard from a Fayetteville band.