Club No Quiet premieres tonight at Benson First Friday. The not-for-profit record label seeks to combat sexism in the music community, and in society at large, through promotion, education and mentorship.
Roots Music Shop respects history, which makes the 112-year-old building fitting for owner and local musician Ryan Larsen. Saturday, the store celebrates its grand opening with a lineup of bands.
The Faint take us back, from the first Omaha show they attended, through "Danse Macabre" and ending up with the tour they're now on, revisiting the 2001 album while premiering the new.
Omaha’s indie music legend celebrates 20 years of recording with an ambitious double-LP exploring love, life and death.
HN contributor Layne Gabriel happened upon a booming music scene while following a favorite band. Here's what she found in St. Joseph, Mo., and rock band Dsoedean.
The Super Furry Animals frontman's Omaha stop featured an impromptu performance by Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst and lots of storytelling, which HN contributor Neal Obermeyer captures here.
Rick Alloway is a big name, and a big voice in college radio. He's worked as KRNU's general manager for some 25 years, and here, he speaks with Spencer Munson about them all.
Desaparecidos' Matt Baum and Denver Dalley discuss the Omaha punk band's breakup, reformation and new targets.
Record producer and mixing engineer Rick Carson gives HN a tour of the young Omaha studio and label, including streams of Lightning Bug, Conchance and two other Make Believe products.
Kris Lager Band's Brandon Miller talks about the magical mystery behind his curated, weekend-long music festival Hullabaloo, which runs Aug. 3-5.