Get to know this legendary Lincoln band that is less famous for what it was than what it became.
Ritual Device was a lot of things to a lot of people, and the noise-rock band was once Nebraska's next big thing.
A rich find of old local records at a radio station yields an ear-opening listening experience from forgotten gems.
Elvis, schmelvis, a North Omahan created rock 'n' roll.
Of all of the state's cult music figures, the cultest of all was Charlie Burton — the record collector's Nebraskan with a national reputation, but a small and vocal fanbase.
HN columnist John Wenz felt as if he was one step closer to his great white whale, at least briefly. But he needs readers' help.
This Lincoln band captivated me with an energetic performance unlike any I'd seen — perfectly capturing my obsession with the band Refused and the sounds of melodic hardcore.
An introduction to Nebraska's place in super cheesy hard rock — hair teased up to god knows where, androgynous accessorizing, male bangs and all.
Better Beatles, meet your evil Nebraska twin.
This band didn't let the lack of coast stop it from unleashing a pure slab of fine instrumental garage rock. Fifty years later, you can still watch the group play the song in small towns across Nebraska.