Follow along as we add a song each day to this premiere of Matt Whipkey's "Penny Park: Omaha, NE: Summer 1989." Whipkey will release the album on June 22 at The Waiting Room.
Ramon Brown continues to spend more than half of his life as a rapper, a Mexican artist whose latest album ends by saying, "Lincoln, put your trust in me." Stream the record, and read on here.
Listen to the premiere of Old Money's second album, "How'd You Get So Bad?" then celebrate its release this Saturday at Slowdown.
Listen to Talking Mountain's new album by clicking play on the nearly 30-minute-long video the band produced.
Kill County's Ringo releases a live album to benefit Bold Nebraska. It's a set of songs new and old, recorded in a historic spot that's been a cellar, a speakeasy and now a concert venue.
Three electronic pop songs by BZZZ take just 10 minutes to play, but they follow more than 10 years of "laying in the dark" for Sean Beste, starting anew with "The Conclusion," premiered here.
Listen to Bolzen Beer Band's debut album of punk-polka out of Lincoln. It's a collection of perverted traditions fittingly branded as "Sex Drugs Polka."
Mint Wad Willy's debut full-length is a synthesis of two songwriters: one who writes for sound and one who writes for meaning. Together, it's a dirty, noisy, bluesy rock 'n' roll you can hear in full right here.
Logan Young has about six albums of material he's never formally released. Listen in as he premieres one, his solo project's self-titled record, and read up on his other made-mostly-for-himself work.
"Larry Turquoise" represents the beast in all of us, says Good Show Great Show. On Wednesday, the trio of former a cappella singers and current "woodgrain" songmakers release their debut album, full of beasts.