Wavves says, “With only two minor breaks, we spent all of 2012 in the studio.” Time well spent, at least according to David Letterman's "tremendous" approval. Wavves plays The Waiting Room tonight.
Sam Martin says it feels like folk is dead. No longer do hangmen, jalopies, dollar-a-week wages and buffalo skinners populate our true contemporary stories. Here's how the Omaha songwriter hopes to update the genre.
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.
Glitter bombs, colorful tights, balloons, mismatched socks and, yes, children offstage. We catch up with the now family-oriented atmosphere of Tilly and the Wall on tour at their Atlanta stop.
Watch as WHY? talks their new album "Mumps, Etc." explains why they don't like that it leaked early, and performs "Jonathan's Hope" live on The Waiting Room stage.
The Faint returned to Omaha after nearly two years on Saturday. It was a night of many firsts, among them the first hometown show without Joel Petersen. Here's how it went.
Steven Ashford couldn't stand under the weight of his guitar (at age 2), so he picked up writing instead. Here, he talks about his work with Hear Nebraska, hoping that new interns will apply.
The Michigan indie-folk band's frontman says "a certain outer-body charisma" takes over him at festivals. See if their Maha performance becomes a "psychadelic experience."
Desaparecidos' Matt Baum and Denver Dalley discuss the Omaha punk band's breakup, reformation and new targets.
Kris Lager Band's Brandon Miller talks about the magical mystery behind his curated, weekend-long music festival Hullabaloo, which runs Aug. 3-5.