Jon Augustine of Kill County, Masses and Bus Gas lists 10 albums that might be his favorites, but are more or less just “10 albums so rad they’re on the top of (his) mind right now.”
Jon Augustine's full-bearded, disembodied head is stuck to his bandmate's amp case. Listen as he explains why he's there alongside other stickers.
With a overwhelming crowd that sent photographers to higher-altitude perches to capture the packed house, Friday of Lincoln Calling ended with a climax that had been building all night. Relive or see it anew here.
Eric Nyffeler and his bands Masses and Bus Gas are "antagonistic weirdos," he says. Be careful, though. You might just like their sound at this weekend's Maha/HN showcases.
Masses, the Mezcal Brothers and Tie These Hands will help ring in a new look at Lincoln on Thursday at Red 9. Set a reminder to drop by for the unveiling.
HN's Shannon Claire didn't have your typical Easter. Check out how she and the holiday bunny hopped from show to show.
Masses and UUVVWWZ played for a few lovebirds and dedicated songs to a man and his mustache as well as a llama and its lover.
Night two featured good guys such as Mark Thornton, lady-led bands such as Tsumi and mainstays such as Masses. Such is the lucky life of a Lincoln music fan.
HN's Jordan Minnick presents her favorite national and local bands, albums, songs, videos and album art.
Dust bunnies, black vinyl and other discoveries in grandma's attic.