Here’s the music lineup in central Arkansas for this week and weekend:
Wichita, Kan., quartet The Travel Guide hits Stickyz for a midweek show, bringing what they call their “catchy indie rock songs that meander and make some weird noises every once in a while.” Their music might be a little challenging — sometimes loud and sometimes hard to classify — but the music is also totally accessible, the band likes to point out. Joining them will be local indie rockers The See and Twelve Tone Elevator, the noisy, garage rock of Daniel Craig and friends. The music starts at 9 p.m. with a $5 cover for the 18-and-up show.
Last week, we profiled Adam Faucett in Sync so let’s return to that profile as we promote his show at White Water Tavern. “Faucett’s new record is Blind Water Finds Blind Water and is more of Faucett’s masterful electric folk music with his soulful, nearly operatic vocals, with the singer-songwriter’s powerful voice piercing through the sometimes darkly colored tracks.” That’s Faucett. Joining him is singer-songwriter James Jackson Toth’s Wooden Wand, who releases Farmer’s Corner on May 6. The album, in the words of his … Read more >