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Our favorite online publication, the hip and lovely Hexbeat, just published our very first film review! Read, enjoy, and come see 45RPM at the Little Rock Film Festival this week. Special thanks to Jane Dear for taking the time to watch and review our movie.
In my research for 45RPM, I came across an amazing wealth of Arkansas-specific information on the Pysch Of The South website and a killer compilation of early garage rock, which I talked about here. Harold Ott, Arkansas’s own homegrown authority on garage rock, has released another fantastic compilation Lost Souls Volume 3 I have been […]
Thanks to Indie Memphis and The Brooks Museum, I had the opportunity to catch a screening of Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then – A very unique feature film based on the unbelievable but true story of Leonard Wood, a Kentucky hardware clerk, who built a crazy “healing” house for his wife, Mary, in an […]
If you’ve been paying attention to the music scene in Fayetteville, Arkansas, you may have noticed that the band Voyageurs is getting more and more buzz as their skuzzy, lo-fi psych rock gets the attention it deserves. With four free albums on their website, Voyageurs has been getting tons of blog and tumblr love, especially […]
While writing the 45 RPM script, some research brought me to Harold Ott’s website Psych of the South. Here I found a wealth of information about Arkansas-based bands from the 1960s. Better still, a CD compilation of songs called Lost Souls Volume 1 – 1960s Garage and Psychedelic Rock ‘N’ Roll from the Un-Natural State: […]
After taking in the screening of “Metropolis” with a live musical accompaniment by the Alloy Orchestra at the Ozark Foothills Film Fest, I stood in the lobby with the rest of the festival-goers chatting about the amazing performance we just witnessed. From across the room, I caught a glimpse of a guy at the merchandise […]