The Envy Corps gets added to Maha, and Omaha Girls Rock needs some new gear.
Bright Eyes has an upcoming live EP, and Okkervil River is playing with Titus Andronicus tonight at the Slowdown.
Noah’s Ark Was a Spaceship, The F-ing Party tonight (and what’s the deal with the F-word band names?) | Lazy-i
There's a show at the Waiting Room tonight, and some musings about the F-bomb in band names, courtesy of Lazy-i.
Bright Eyes performs perhaps their best show ever to a smaller-than-expected crowd, but the openers failed to impress.
Playing with Fire Concert moves west of Lewis & Clark Landing, John Klemmensen and the Party | Lazy-i
More Omaha music weather worries due to the ever-rising Missouri River, other show news.
Rising water levels might force MAHA to move its location, and All Young Girls are Machine Guns play tonight at Barley Street Tavern.
Booking indie acts for Maha is a challenge in itself. Now consider what festival organizer Tre Brashear is up against this year.
The way Icky Blossoms had the floor at the Slowdown dancing Friday night, they seemed to have even more promise than frontman Derek Pressnall's Tilly and the Wall.
Atlanta bands live up to their pre-dated rocker looks and, is Harrah's on too big of a roll?
Poster Child Productions; Lincoln Calling’s open invitation; Omaha Invasion this weekend; Red Sky Festival website launches | Lazy-i
Meet Poster Child Productions, the company looking to give Nebraska music a promotional kick in the butt.