Which local bands will Maha be hosting at this year's festival on Aug. 17? Criteria, Digital Leather, HERS, The Millions, Rock Paper Dynamite and the winner of June's OEAAs showcase. Read on for more.
How does a piece of one song lead to another? Pretty & Nice's "Yonkers" shows evidence. Our own Love Drunk filmed the Boston band last May, and tonight, they play Omaha's Waiting Room. Read on.
See what's in store this Saturday for Record Store Day in Nebraska at Back in the Day Record Shop, Drastic Plastic, Homer's, Saddle Creek Shop, Backtrack Records, Lefty's Records and Recycled Sounds.
In Love Drunk's 109th session, Noah's Ark Was a Spaceship performs "Caucasian Meditation," inside Legend Comics.
See a new kind of Arabia, one with electricity, in Icky Blossoms' video of "Arabian Knights," a cover song made for Record Store Day. Then see the band live in Lincoln at a free show with GROUPLOVE.
Maybe it's not every day that a former football coach, two audio engineers and a straight-out-of-high-school teenager form a super sonic band together. But that is Ever Green, and this is their story.
Turning just 7 months old, See Through Dresses' music is already moody, they say. See photos from their show Saturday at O'Leaver's.
Listen to an unreleased song by Saint Christopher, off the Lincoln hard rock musician's forthcoming album. The song features a sax solo by Josh Hoyer; also see photos of his recording session.
See photos and read a review of Saturday's "Voices From Sudan" at Mo Java. The event served as an introduction to the Sudanese culture including a performance by rababa player Yaunis Andindi.
See photos from the semi-private Ben Kweller show at Slowdown on Friday. It was a concert free for Creighton University students, which made for a more intimate setting and less attentive crowd.