Follow along as we add a song each day to this premiere of Matt Whipkey's "Penny Park: Omaha, NE: Summer 1989." Whipkey will release the album on June 22 at The Waiting Room.
See all 100+ Love Drunk videos in one timeline dating back to the live, one-take video project's beginning. It's a culturally important archive of Nebraska music and national bands we love.
Take a look ahead to notable album releases from local bands this year, including new material from UUVVWWZ, Ladyfinger, The Seen and more. Leave your additions to the list in the comments.
HN contributor Casey Welsch asks for your support of 89.3 KZUM. Lincoln's community radio station is asking for donations this week through Friday. Read on for more about its Soundbackers Union.
Tonight's show at Yia Yia's might turn extraterrestrial, as science fiction-inspired band Omni Arms opens for Sputnik Kaputnik and the Technical Manuals.
Rogue Wave's frontman Zach Rogue explains his latest album's philosophy: from its move toward more live recording to its title and an in-depth look at its emotional centerpiece. Read on.
Lots of news: HN surpasses fundraising goal for Gives days; earns Nebraska Arts Council grant; adds a board member; hires a second paid employee and introduces five summer interns.
The Hideout hosted a raucus punk show Sunday with Living Victim and In Defence. See photos from the concert here.
Here's a bullet-pointed list of thoughts on Surfer Blood's concert at The Bourbon last Thursday. Among the points? "Lead singer, John Paul Pitts, put on cat makeup and a beret."
Take a guided tour of the history of silence with Hear Nebraska’s S.R. Aichinger.