Cuinn, Ryan and Connor Brogan are the local band Modeling. In advance of a new EP that's in the works, they have released another single. "Nothing Unexpected" is available on Spotify, Bandcamp, TikTok and at their website.
As spring arrives, venues are beginning to carefully welcome musicians back to the stage. Robert Ginsburg, who is the long-time host of Shades of Jazz on KUAF 91.3 and the executive director of the NWA Jazz Society, provides details on some of the upcoming jazz performances.
Red Oak Ruse has released their second album, Proletariat, and it is now available on most music platforms. We speak with the band's Michael Schembre about the new record, how the band has evolved over time, and hear a few highlights from the album. Red Oak Ruse will hold an album release party March 27 at Prairie Street Live in Fayetteville.
On this week's Sound Perimeter, we take a listen to some of Lia Uribe's favorite pieces of music. Uribe is a music professor at the University of Arkansas. We listen to Nina Simone's rendition of George Gershwin's "I loves you Porgy," Astor Piazzolla's "Adios Nonino," and Lara Downes' rendition of Florence Price's "Some of These Days."
Despite the pandemic, the husband and wife rockabilly duo of Travis and Becky Koester, who call themselves The Time Burners, have released some new tracks. We get a listen and hear how the past year affected the pair and their work.