Because there were no music compilations distributed in conjunction with the Art Amiss 5 and 6 events, the next in order is Art Amiss 7. Re-released in digital format, the “Art Amiss 7” compilation is available for streaming and download on the Art Amiss Bandcamp page. Compiled, produced, and originally released in compact disc format by Bo Counts on Sept. 20, 2007, as part of the Art Amiss 7 event at Dickson Street Theater, the “Art Amiss 7” compilation contains 15 original songs by Arkansas music artists.
While “Art Amiss 7” is available for free streaming on the Bandcamp page, listeners who make a donation of $3 or more will be able to download the entire compilation in their choice of several high-quality audio formats. Additionally, every download includes a PDF booklet featuring Art Amiss 7 event and compilation artwork, track list and production credits.
Also available for streaming and download on the Art Amiss Bandcamp page are the first four Art Amiss music compilations, originally released in 2005 and 2006. CD copies of Art Amiss 13 and 14, as well as the 12-inch vinyl edition of the latest compilation “The Hills Have Amps,” are currently available at Sound Warehouse and the Fayetteville Hastings store.
Art Amiss music director Eric Jensen offered special thanks to Joel Bunch, Bo Counts, and KXUA 88.3FM for their assistance in producing this digital re-release. Art Amiss Inc. is a not-for-profit arts collective based in Fayetteville created with the express purpose of providing services for artists living in, working in, or from Arkansas. The group supports Arkansas music through the production and sale of eclectic and genre specific compilations and uses those funds to award grants to artists on a quarterly basis.