Listen in as House of Loom's Brent Crampton recalls the origins of his venue, the history of Omaha's electronic music and connects with his interviewer: Omaha Performing Arts' Kendra Ingram.
If any pieces of the past seem suspect on the new album by Shipbuilding Co., that's because they are. Songwriter Michael Partington and two more fifths of the band explain here.
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.
When you dress funky, you feel funky, and tonight Kris Lager Band invites all to celebrate their new record, "Swagadocious," with a little thrift store funk at The Bourbon Theatre.
Andrew Norman's first internship began in a saggy suit. The HN director recounts that experience, and lets HN's fall interns introduce themselves in this week's column.
The third annual Nebraska Hardcore Showcase started with pancakes, aka fuel for the thrashing that would follow. Read HN intern Jay NeSmith's review of the day's decibels here.
"Everyone, take your shirts off: now," demanded Icky Blossoms' singer, Sarah Bohling. We'll see whose shirt remains on after this encore performance video of "Perfect Vision."
Damon Lee always has something new to teach. The UNL assistant professor of composition and digital arts talks with Jeremy Buckley here about his shapeshifting coursework, his own work and more.
Somewhere under all that mud, Benson First Friday took place for the fourth month in a row. Come on in for photos, but make sure you're protected from the mud-slinging. We warned you.
During a late-April barbecue, the Love Drunk crew convinced Flashbulb Fires and Arrah and the Ferns to collaborate on a couple original songs for a pair of impromptu Love Drunk videos.