Thursday, February 14, 2013

2013 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase: Round 4 is tonight

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Round 4 of the Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase is Thursday night at Stickyz pic
  • Round 4 of the Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase is Thursday night at Stickyz.

"What mysteries will unfold at Round 4 of the 2013 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase, taking place long about 9 p.m. Thursday at Stickyz?"

I'm so glad you asked. Allow me to offer the following in the way of guidance for what you can expect to hear:

Miles Rattz will perform feats of charming, lo-fi weirdo pop. This Holy House will bring the folk-influenced rock sounds to the crowd. Peckerwolf will use guitars and drums to create raucous sound-waves. Terminus will dish out the heavy post-rock metallisms. And Tom and Hebron will transport you to an FM wonderland of sophisticated rock.

And hey, there's going to be some drink specials as well, on account of it's Valentine's Day and anyways, who doesn't love drink specials? Don't forget to sign up for our ticket giveaways. You and a friend or loved one could be going to Wakarusa or Thunder on the Mountain or Bonnaroo and have you a big ol' time.

You can get yourself one of these swanky T shirts too. They're $10 and they've got all the bands listed on the back and got a catfish on the front. We do love catfish here at the Times.

Anyways, you should come on out and say hey. We would love to see you there.

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