Posts Tagged ‘arkansas’

8-BIT TapRoom

8-bit light show



Tuesday, May 28th –
3 TOURING + 1 LOCAL / $3 Cover / BeerBeerBeer!

Matt Owen & The Eclectic Tuba / Binary Marketing Show / The Woolen Men / Lame Drivers

901 Towne Oaks Dr, Little Rock, AR 72227
*Bottom floor directly below Prof. Bowl entrance.

Show starts 10pm
All-Ages / 21+ to drink
Bar opens @ 5pm


meah! & mikie




daniel craig



Lushes (NYC)

“Immaculately produced. . . a slippery, pseudo-orchestral work of minimal instrumentation employed to maximum effect.”
Dots and Dashes (UK)

MEAH! (Chicago)

“Taking clear inspiration from lo-fi king Robert Pollard, as well as the metal-inflected drone riffs of bands like Earth, Meah! is even able to break out of these genre subdivisions by spiking their scratchy instrumentation with strategically placed, shrill cries of what could either be jubilation or horror.”
The Chicago Maroon

The binary marketing show ( Little Rock)

“the soundscapes make way to an interstellar-like feel with a modern, digitized sound. The two collaborate and create an electro-pop song in a light-hearted approach. Through expressive lyrics and a steady, simple beat, with a background of whirs and loops, The Binary Marketing Show demonstrate a beautiful texture and well-layered harmonies.”
Already Dead Tapes

Easter Sunday Fun Day!

ezra lbs


Easter Sunday Show starts @ 7pm BYOB

$3 for touring band Kurva Choir
(you gotta have gas to get out on the road and it ain’t cheap!)

Come dressed as a bunny or in your favorite Easter Sunday Dress and bring a basket for the Easter Egg hunt!


Kurva Choir:

Experimental chamber music. Naked. Fragile. Connected. Transcendent. Formerly known as “Kirtan Choir” and “The CJ Boyd Sextet”.

Ezra LBS

Taking melody and mood from college radio patriarchs Yo La Tengo and a cool, slacker rock posture from any number of early ’90s indie rockers, the band may be young, but its spirit is pure “cool older brother.”

Binary Marketing Show

TBMS creates avant-garde soundscapes, spattered with spooky noises, eerie vocal work, and pulsing beats. With multiple releases of varying sounds in their repertoire, the group understand the art of unpredictability and mysteriousness.