Chicago's power-rock sibling duo White Mystery plays a Nebraska double-header this weekend with Snake Island! Before they eat their first Runzas, they answered some questions from HN.
HN contributor Hilary Stohs-Krause and Les Femmes Folles' Sally Deskins curate a third roundtable to discuss women's role in art.
Tennis' Patrick Riley talks about working with producer and Black Keys artist Patrick Carney and holding true to their passion of sailing.
The electronic rock duo didn't leave our reviewer feeling as if he were the third wheel on a cheap date. They left him satisfied.
Electronic pop duo YACHT talks about the philosophy of Shangra-La, their evolving dynamics and their thoughts on Madonna being affiliated with the Illuminati.
Darren Keen says, "I just want to throw a big, undeniable party." To accomplish that mission, on March 9, three venues will host his Good Speakers Festival.
Co-creators Harrison Martin and Michelle Murphy discuss the agony and ecstasy behind their webseries Herpe Betty.
Inspired by '60s pop and accompanied by Lincoln's The Golden Hour, San Diego's Normandie Wilson delivers two nights of charmful songwriting to Nebraska.
Alt-folk rockers The Big Deep stream their new album today only, exclusively on Hear Nebraska. And HN's Steven Ashford talks with the band about conquering the Roman Empire.
Steven Ashford picks his binding moments of music, video and concert of 2011 in HN's final year-end list.