The Menzingers' Tom May plans for Nebraska beef, the "thriving and awesome scene" in Omaha and a Saturday night concert at Slowdown. Read on for an in-depth conversation.
Michigan three-piece rock band Cheap Girls plays Slowdown tonight. Frontman Ian Graham talks about touring, recording their newest album, beer and the politics of music.
While at first glance, Dr. Dog didn't seem to interest the crowd at Slowdown, a closer look afforded many mouths moving in unison with the words. Read on for more thoughts on their Omaha concert.
Eight-piece Chicago hip-hop/jazz/soul fusion band Sidewalk Chalk returns to Lincoln's Zoo Bar, with whom they share a mutual love.
Ever considered joining the HN team? Former intern Bryce Wergin knows exactly what you're thinking and responds to your concerns in kind.
Part of this year's Lincoln Calling, Homegrown Film Festival will feature films and music videos by local directors. Have some film to flaunt? Admissions are still being accepted. Details here.
Mitch Gettman prepares to release his first full-length album before graduating high school. Check out the first track for free here.
Skypiper guitarist/vocalist Graham Burkum talks about the folk rock band's soon-to-drop self-titled album and its release show tonight at The Waiting Room with Anniversaire and Tarlton.
After losing their frontman, Battles cranks out another fighting album as a three-piece. See them Monday in Lincoln.