This week in Nebraska music news: Knickerbockers celebrates 20 years tonight. Gordon premieres a new song. The Mynabirds share a tour diary video. See the rest of our roundup here.
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Luke Polipnick has put together Omaha's arm of the Undead Music Festival, based in New York. From Tatsuya Nakatani's performance on Friday to the festival on Sunday, it's a solid weekend-long lineup.
The Thermals work their ass off on "Desperate Ground," their Saddle Creek debut. Read our review of the album here.
With 3,000 feet of tinfoil, the duo known as the Church of Tomorrow transformed the House of Loom into a Andy Warhol tribute last Friday. Watch the performance art/style cult's frantic foiling here.
Ted Stevens celebrates May Day by releasing "Make Longer Nights," his newest song in a series of singles. Hear it first, and read on to learn how Cursive's guitarist has developed this project.
Meet LIFE is COOL, a Lincoln band with more than 10 members, whose other bands include Head of Femur, Pharmacy Spirits, Cat Island, Black Cohosh and Beep Beep. Just don't call it a supergroup.
See photos from last Wednesday's PYRATE concert at The Sydney, an off-the-wall show that also featured Andrew Jay of Rock Paper Dynamite and Cusses.
LAFTA, or the Lincoln Association for Traditional Arts, marked the end of its house concert season on Friday with Ana Egge's folk songs. See photos from the night here.
Universe Contest's Tim Carr concludes his three-part dramedy, "Pizza Court." It's a true story, filtered through Carr's memory, and a video with more than 200 illustrations to back up the testimony.
New quarterly zine available for spring.