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2013 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase: Round 5 is tonight!

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Round 5 of the Showcase is tonight at Stickyz pic
  • Round 5 of the Showcase is tonight at Stickyz.

Tonight! Tonight!! Tooooooniiiiiiiieeeeeiiiiieeeeeiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight!!!

Sorry, got a little carried away for a sec. It's just that, well, the semifinals of the 2013 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase wrap up tonight, with Round 5, at Stickyz. And we are excited!

We've had great lineups each week, and this week is certainly no exception. We've got the warped, lo-fi pop of Fayetteville solo act Bartin Memberg. We've got the post-rock guitar explorations of The Sound of the Mountain. We've got the catchy indie-pop whimsy of Knox Hamilton. We've got the Southern rock groove of The Midnight Thrills. And we've got the sophisticated electro-pop of Collin vs. Adam.

Come on out and see which band makes it to the finals. Oh, and be sure so sign up to win passes to Wakarusa, Thunder on the Mountain and Bonnaroo.

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