Our reviewer calls the new project fronted by Tim Kasher, Conor Oberst and Todd Fink "a cornucopia of genre-bending and experimentation that has not yet been attempted in Omaha." Read on for more.
In light of his upcoming move, John Henry Müller of Omaha's What Cheer looks back on the Nebraska music that represents his longtime state well in our first Nebraska Mixtape.
Desaparecidos releases two new songs that respectively support hacktivists and threaten the 1 percent. They make up a self-released seven-inch out March 12.
Captured Tracks announced that it’s reissuing the first three full lengths from seminal Lincoln post-punk trio For Against. Also, a Boston review of Conor Oberst gives a hint of what's to come.
David Dondero rekindles his Nebraska connection less than six months after his last visit, tonight at Slowdown with Simon Joyner and others. Politics and love will also open.
The Super Furry Animals frontman's Omaha stop featured an impromptu performance by Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst and lots of storytelling, which HN contributor Neal Obermeyer captures here.
Desaparecidos' Matt Baum and Denver Dalley discuss the Omaha punk band's breakup, reformation and new targets.
Conor Oberst's punk band takes on immigration in its first new release in 10 years. Stream it here.
Well Aimed Arrows take on Sunday morning TV, and Conor Oberst coins a new verb for being out-volumed.
It's an end-of-the-week news roll call: The Lil Slim Blues Band reaches the semifinals of an international blues contest. Plus, a Mystic Valley documentary and more.