Aetherplough is anti-caroling. Thomas Sibbit talks about his troupe's performances, which mix traditional Christmas music with pop and folk songs.
Desert Noises plays Nebraska for the third time in three months this Friday at The Bourbon as the band makes its way home to Utah. See them perform the dynamic "27 Ways" in this live video.
HERS talks about their shift in sound, which brought about a name change to something a bit bolder. See the band this Friday at Hear Nebraska's Benson First Friday showcase at The Sydney.
On Sunday, Darren Keen fell backwards into a mass of outstretched hands. Just as he had given himself to Lincoln's music community for 10 years as The Show is the Rainbow, Sunday saw to his project's end.
From time-honored powwows to hip-hop, native music pays homage and evolves. See photos and video from a powwow, and find out where to listen to these important pieces of Nebraska culture.
This guitar duo out of Chicago smacks and plucks the onomatopoeias out of their guitars to conjure up a musical karate. Follow their fleet fingers as filmed at The Zoo Bar.
Black Cohosh presents a pair of songs played as an encore at their Lincoln Calling performance. HN welcomes band-produced stories such as this. Send us your work.
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.