There were moments at both shows where the thought came to me saying, “This is what new-age rock n’ roll sounds like.”
The Black Cadillacs are a bunch of young guys with a love for 60s and 70s classic rock. The blues-based indie rock band hails from Knoxville, Tenn.
There’s only one gypsy-punk-country-grumble-boogie band in the land, and that’s Dirtfoot.
From Montreal, Canada, Adventure Club is an electronic music duo. They specialize in “meshing dubstep’s chainsaw synths with delicate vocals and surprisingly upbeat melodies,” to make their own brand of EDM.
By Nick Brothers After the sun set on Mulberry mountain Friday night, The Flaming Lips took the stage. I was one person in a sea of 19,000, and it was hard to ignore the good vibes everyone was putting off. The Lips are known for their theatrical performances, and tonight would be no different. Wayne…
Not long after arriving at Wakarusa, I had my first band interview with Paul Janeway of St. Paul & The Broken Bones. He was a super regular guy, and extremely down to earth. Watching him perform on Friday with the band was like a 180.
Backstage during the Waka Winter Classic at George’s Majestic Lounge on Jan. 16, there wasn’t any beer to drink for the bands who were competing.
Considered to be the “godfathers” of the Northwest Arkansas heavy music scene, VORE will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this June.
The air was sweltering with thick heat the night Luke Vo, of Fayetteville, went to see Bassnectar perform at a midnight show in the Revival Tent at Wakarusa in 2010.
By Nick Brothers The mountain beckons. Next week Mulberry Mountain, located on the Pig Trail between Fayetteville and Ozark, will transform into Wakarusa for it’s 11th season, and 6th in Arkansas. As of last week, officials expected to have about 18,000 festival goers this year, with about 150 artists and about 200 sets over the…