Conduits head out on a tour of Europe soon, but not before a concert tonight at Slowdown with Universe Contest. Come bid a fond farewell to the Omaha band, and wish them well.
Join contributor Bailey Foss for a conversation with Vince Herman, one of two original members in Leftover Salmon, which just finished a three-week tour with a concert at The Bourbon Theatre.
The Kickback performs "Little Teach" at DP Muller Photography Co. As the chalkboard says, the band doesn't care if it's "Best New Music," but give them the credit deserved by watching.
Mint Wad Willy's debut full-length is a synthesis of two songwriters: one who writes for sound and one who writes for meaning. Together, it's a dirty, noisy, bluesy rock 'n' roll you can hear in full right here.
Yuppies brought the punk to Slowdown while Jealousy Mountain Duo and Worried Mothers brought their own genres to make for a diverse show last Wednesday.
Once word spread that Dr. John was in fact playing at The Bourbon — after being told that he was canceling earlier on — fans ran to see an unexpected performance. Here is how it happened.
Glitter bombs, colorful tights, balloons, mismatched socks and, yes, children offstage. We catch up with the now family-oriented atmosphere of Tilly and the Wall on tour at their Atlanta stop.
Science, meet music. Music, meet science. Science and music, meet Kaitlyn Maria Filippini: She's about to own you. The Omaha violinist and neuroscientist tells her story here.
Judgement Day brought "driving, pounding, throbbing rock as intense as metal but without the pain" to O'Leaver's on Thursday night, but not too many braved the weather to make it out.
We commend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's University Program Council for bringing the funk: Satchel Grande, that is. Here's to more local music on campus, and more student interest in it.