Stream Eli Mardock's new EP "NE Sorrow is Born." Following a performance at the first Hear Lincoln, Mardock will play a Maha Showcase at Duffy's this Saturday.
The Studio is a hallowed space for the musicians of Alliance, Nebraska. There we found The Raging Derilicts and a performance of "Runnin' Free."
Lefty's Records is Lincoln's newest local and independent music shop. Hear why Lefty isn't really Lefty, which stores of yore he frequented and what he predicts for the future of vinyl.
Nothing and no one is entirely good or bad, and The Great American Desert seeks to pin that middleground down on "Carson City," premiered here before a June 26 release.
The Betties will take you out for a country dance where only county roads reach. Bring your sweetheart along for this ride on "Hold Me Tight."
The Great American Desert sings of a couple lost souls on the "Dirt Roads" that make up part of a new album, released in vinyl at The Waiting Room tonight.
Masses, the Mezcal Brothers and Tie These Hands will help ring in a new look at Lincoln on Thursday at Red 9. Set a reminder to drop by for the unveiling.
Low Horse releases a debut EP soon, but you can hear all five "Songs" here. And when we say you, we mean you, the main character.
Darren Keen calls it quits with The Show is the Rainbow, at least until two final shows in August and December. Here's why.
Tonight, a long list of Nebraskan songwriters will share stories and songs at The Ozone. Rebecca Lowry, Kris Lager, Heather Berney and Jessica Errett share their forethoughts here.