We have finished tracking drums and bass for the next album. I can't explain how thrilled I am with the sounds were are pulling, mainly thanks to the engineer/jedi that is John Keane. Still some guitars, vocals, and a few overdubs to go, but definitely making headway. Until then, don't forget you can still stream or purchase both For When You Don't Sleep and Inferno on a number of sites, including iTunes, Amazon, and many others. Thanks for all your support, and look for a single soon!


The Moonshiner's Ball 2016 Promo
Meteorologist Eric Burke sits down with Matt Fassas to listen to some tunes and talk about the upcoming Moonshiner’s Ball.
REM, Panic Producer pairs with Greenville musicians
Athens, Ga-based producer/engineer John Keane has worked with a host of legendary bands, including the Indigo Girls, Widespread Panic, R.E.M., Uncle Tupelo, and 10,000 Maniacs. Two Upstate musicians, singer/bassist Mark Dye and singer/guitarist Matt Fassas, recently completed sessions with him recently for their own projects.
Sound Bites:
"Since 2012, singer/guitarist Matt Fassas and bassist Sam Kruer have been playing as Tonight’s Noise, a band that could shift from nimble, jazz-inflected bluegrass to funky jam-band rock"
Son did you hear the news?

It is a season of change, people! I've had the chance to play with some pretty awesome talent lately, and luckily there's proof! Here is a video from my album release show at IPA in Greenville, SC. A little "Sir Bruce the Hungry" to get you going. 


Deluxe Guitar Exchange demos.

I recently did some video demos of some fine acoustic guitars from the Deluxe Guitar Exchange, a guitar shop in Greenville, SC featuring some very nice guitars and amps. Here's one of the videos!

Fete Greenville Interview

My interview with Matt Morgan for Fete Magazine.


A Musician of Many Hats
"I'm not sure there is a style of music you could name that local musician Matt Fassas has not played or at least could pick it up on the spot. A multi-instrumentalist that is comfortable wearing many hats..." - Matt Morgan
Q&A: Matt Fassas
"Fassas originals are coffeehouse prog... think Stax records meets Phish"