The new album from Omaha group The Mynabirds is a feminist pop gem, but what are we fighting for?
High adventure on the seven seas! Epic battles with kraken-like creatures! Vacationing on beautiful beaches! Except … everyone kind of always dies.
Down With the Ship drops in, drops out, tunes in, tunes out. Basically, they're dynamic beasts, but you might not always be prepared for that.
Join the multifarious personalities invested in Honeybee and Hers' debut album Morning. Then see the rest Saturday night at the CD release show.
See where the Omaha scuzz musicians and a sinful duo out of London take punk traditions.
Max Holmquist transcends Homes with soul-searching songs and sparser presentation. This is how folk music should be.
Dear Nashville, meet Smith's Cloud. I hope their album A Change of Days can change you, too.
There's nothing more aggravating for a music critic than a local record totally living up to its own zany hype.
After becoming restless with business-as-usual in Lincoln, Hilary Stohs-Krause checks out some new Omaha acts.
Throughout his lengthy and prolific career, Conor Oberst/Bright Eyes has worn a lot of hats. Now, with The People’s Key, Bright Eyes have made their weirdest and riskiest record yet.