See photos of See Through Dresses through St. Joseph, Missouri.
In this episode of On The Record, our reviewers discuss "Funeral Guns" by Brad Hoshaw & The Seven Deadlies, the album's pop intelligence and Hoshaw's ambivalence to songwriting purity.
At his exclusive living room show Monday night, Tim Kasher played a set for the Omaha die-hards. In this review, Dan Scheuerman unpacks the oddity of walking into the show relatively cold.
Get ready to kneel at the towering altar of Plack Blague. In the premiere of the Lincoln bondage-metal act's new "Boyz Club" music video, he transforms his rehearsal space into a stage for seductive disturbance.
In the nearly spotless, "The Grand Budapest Hotel," Wes Anderson reaches new stylistic and visual heights. Read on for our full review of the film.
In a stirring and sensitive episode of Under the Influence, Dereck Higgins discusses how Genesis and British Invasion music helped him cope with racial and sexual turmoil during his childhood in Omaha.
Playing in front of a thousand people in Europe didn't put Simon Joyner on edge, but scoring a 90-year-old film is another story. Read on for Joyner's Hitchcock theories and plans for Thursday's Film Streams show.
Episode 228 - Kaitlyn Hova! Electric Violin, Spicy Almonds, New Music, Cats, Instagrammys, and Making Colors With Sound... | Worlds of Wayne
Worlds of Wayne welcomes Kaitlyn Hova to the show. An amazing musician who makes beautiful noises with her electric violin.
How many syllables are in "snow"? More than 10, according to The River Monks' song "Of Snow." Read on to learn more about the Iowa band's lingual efficiency.
Bogusman joined us on the program last night for an in-studio performance and on-air interview. Listen here for a taste of the Lincoln prog-punk quartet's live sound and hear them talk about their new EP.