It took a computer crash to turn Darren Keen's newest album for Touch People toward the minimalist electronic project it's becoming. Read about and listen to one song, "Body Rhythm," in-depth to learn why.
See what we're deeming as the photos with the most outstretched arms at concerts. It's our second dig through the photo archive, and we dare you to count every limb.
On Sunday, Darren Keen fell backwards into a mass of outstretched hands. Just as he had given himself to Lincoln's music community for 10 years as The Show is the Rainbow, Sunday saw to his project's end.
HN's Shannon Claire chatted with Lincoln's shirtless, hair-whipping, musical workhorse about his new project, and captured him performing with Orlando's Yip-Yip.
Darren Keen calls it quits with The Show is the Rainbow, at least until two final shows in August and December. Here's why.
With free video games, shows at Yia Yia's and touring artists, the Good Speakers Music Festival will kick off Friday at 6 p.m.
Give Razors credit: Razors Are Back America is experimental in a good way. Don't ease into the madness, though. Dive straight in.
Darren Keen says, "I just want to throw a big, undeniable party." To accomplish that mission, on March 9, three venues will host his Good Speakers Festival.
HN contributor Joe Younglove says the Lincoln artist's newest EP brings electronic music to life.
Darren Keen drops a new song — one of 51 he plans to release in 2012 — and talks about posting up for a monthly residency at House of Loom.