See how much Benson First Friday — still less than a year old — has grown in its 11th month as purveyor of arts and music. Check out photos of BFF including bands Kill County and Plack Blague.
Listen to a mixtape of the toe-tappers Archrival's Dan Gibson digs, and read about why they represent the Nebraska music scene for him.
Kill County's frontmen speak with Hear Nebraska about making the band work remotely, what's different about their new album and what "Nebraska music" means to them in this video interview.
With bandmates Aaron Markley, Daniel Ocanto, Dan McCarthy and James Maakestad, Electric Chamber Music brings their thematic music to a concert setting this Friday at The Sydney.
Review the week in Nebraska music news, from a preview of Saddle Creek's Record Store Day loot to an explanation of Club No Quiet. We feature new music, album covers, reviews, videos and more.
Jon Augustine of Kill County, Masses and Bus Gas lists 10 albums that might be his favorites, but are more or less just “10 albums so rad they’re on the top of (his) mind right now.”
Kill County's Ringo releases a live album to benefit Bold Nebraska. It's a set of songs new and old, recorded in a historic spot that's been a cellar, a speakeasy and now a concert venue.
Josh James tells the true story of a good friend who passed away and the song that helped him through. This is how "The Train, the Drink and the Dawn" by Kill County was written.
Hear Nebraska's editor-in-chief reflects upon the best (sometimes worst) year of his life: "Light and dark, slow and fast, beautiful and ugly, it was all surrounded by music."
In a dusty old barn on a farm near Denton, Neb., which serves as a sort of adopted home for the band, Kill County performs a song about the loss of home.