The rhythm section, heavier, tighter, and more propulsive than ever, drives the songs forward while horns careen over dueling vocals and interweaving guitars.
Insert contrived essay-formated writing about yourself reminiscent of A.P. Literature class here.
Bet your dad can't throw a PBR-sloshin' house show.
Singer-songwriter, "sounds like cinnamon rolls taste."
Embarking on a 10-month honeymoon tour, wherein all three of his one-man bands will do consecutive world tours!
Former front man for the Lincoln rock band Perfect Strangers, Dave Leverett commands your attention with his high energy- and raw emotion-filled acoustic performances.
HAPPY MUSIC DREAM TIME NOW!!!!!
Travis Egnor has lived in Omaha since Jan. 1. He will move again soon, and again soon after, staying in each city for only a handful of months.
Dark, neo post-punk, complex and experimental project.
Damien Jurado played to a monk-quiet crowd at a Beaver Lake house show on Saturday evening. "I just want to be listened to," he said. Read stories and see photos from the intimate night here.
In Love Drunk's 111th session, Field Club performs "Men In Trees," at Q3 Systems.
Sam Martin remembers living at 38th and Farnam as an opportunity to create. When roommates would head to Brothers before he turned 21, Martin would have time to develop his music.
Watch as Burning Down the Villager revs up the engine of "Oceans," filmed and recorded live in Lincoln's StudioPH.
"Whats The Word," the new song and video from Scky Rei, gives "music is in my blood" a whole new meaning. Watch and listen to the first track from the rapper's debut EP, "Pronounced Sky+Ree."
The Thermals paid little mind to the Slowdown stage on Monday as they joined the crowd on the floor multiple times. A moshing minority responded in kind. See photos from the night here.
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