Kill County performs at the Brockley Farmaceuticals skylo, southwest of Lincoln, Neb. See them play live tonight at Duffy's Tavern.
The world's hardest-working musician — and Nebraska's most exotic export — premiers a brand-new video that features your favorite new dance move.
In the history of Nebraska punk and hardcore, try to find a band more odd than Power of the Spoken Word, with its weird blend of doom metal and hardcore punk and liberal doses of "godless pagan."
This week's female musician preview features Rural Alberta Advantage, The New Pornographers, Edge of Arbor, The Civil Wars, White Dress and, oh, so many other great bands.
In the late-'90s, Lincoln had its own angry, audaciously named queercore band. (contains explicit content)
J Kutchma (Durham, N.C.) plays "Used to Believe" while getting inked at Iron Brush Tattoo in downtown Lincoln.
This week, we feature the broken, exploding, decapitated, blood-spurting, award-winning work of the creator of Doe-Eyed.
Three Nebraska bands rock so hard that our reviewer must resort to Amy Grant lyrics to describe the show.
The Bricktop becomes The District. DJ Spence interviews the newly renovated venue's booking manager. And he revisits another old haunt, where he first cut his teeth on sleezy nightlife.
"[The cello] just feels so right. You know, it's big and warm, but it's dark, too. It's not a simple instrument, but it is a beautiful one."