A handful of local musicians from Brad Hoshaw to Bolzen Beer Band have submitted entries in Union Pacific's contest to choose a new commercial.
Contributor Dawn Thorfinnson gives her take on the bands playing this Saturday's pair of benefit shows she's throwing for Hear Nebraska.
Judging by the crowd, UUVVWWZ's Teal Gardner is inspiring a local women's movement. Fellow Lincoln bands Bus Gas and Dirty Talker provide the early soundtrack.
From gas station grabs to sleeping situations, Shannon Claire closely covers Icky Blossoms' three-day tour, concluding tonight at their release show at The Waiting Room.
Ink Tank Merch smells like paint, hums with machines and shows off its colorful wares on the walls. Here's how the shop screen prints those posters.
The Raging Derilicts issue this warning: This album may lead you to be "completely disrespectful, get wasted and ride motorcycles through graveyards."
Drastic Plastic has always thought of itself as a culture store, whose foundation is music. This is how it differs from Homer's and Antiquarium Records in Omaha's Old Market.
From thoughts on the Maha Music Festival to the necessity of lack thereof for record labels, listen to Will Simons here and watch Thunder Power at Duffy's on Saturday for a Maha/HN free showcase.
It's hot out there, we know, just as it was on Tuesday night at Barley Street Tavern. See photos dripping with sweat of Jus' Folks, Kid Little and a couple locals.
Six months after Champion Hologram, Back When releases two new songs and the full-length's "Whiskey Thieves" for free.