In a dusty old barn on a farm near Denton, Neb., which serves as a sort of adopted home for the band, Kill County performs a song about the loss of home.
Watch the San Francisco duo perform a new song intensely, impassionately, on the Slowdown stage.
In Love Drunk's 101st session, Judgement Day (Oakland, Calif.) performs Xenophonic in the old Avoca, Neb., schoolhouse.
Tim Kasher stands solo under a streetlamp in Madrid, Spain, as he plays two songs off Cursive's "I Am Gemini" to a crowd of casual listeners. See the videos and photos from They Shoot Music here.
Jarana represents just one part of a hugely diverse musical landscape in Lincoln, and the rest of Nebraska for that matter. Watch and listen as they play "Bahia," written by their own Daniel Martinez.
The Lepers might not appeal to your sense of inner peace, but who said they were trying to. Tune in to a more unstable noise with this video of the duo's Lincoln Calling performance at Duffy's Tavern.
Chris Ford offers blue-tinged entertainment with colorfully worded, soulful performances and meaningful lyrics. See what we mean.
Field Club took part in three album releases last week, including one of the band's own, "Bones." Watch as the sister-fronted group sings the title track from their EP at the Slowdown.
Teal Gardner's movements help to articulate just where UUVVWWZ is taking their music. Listen and watch as we take you back to Monday night at The Mullers' studio with the song "Broad Sky Blues."
"It's Old Style time, it's Old Style time / If it's 10 till six, or a quarter past two / It don't really matter what anyone's thinking / If you're drinking in Lincoln, it's Old Style time."