Universe Contest's Tim Carr concludes his three-part dramedy, "Pizza Court." It's a true story, filtered through Carr's memory, and a video with more than 200 illustrations to back up the testimony.
This week in Nebraska music news we've missed: new music by Bret Vovk, Funk Trek's record release this Saturday at The Waiting Room and much more.
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.
Tim Carr picks up his Pizza Court story where he left off. It's the second installment of our series of illustrated videos, a part two we're calling The Hearings. Believe us, it's downright ludicrous.
Universe Contest's Tim Carr has a story to tell, and it will take three installments to tell it. First, The Incident: how pizza sent Carr to court. Watch Universe Contest in concert twice this Saturday at Duffy's.
John Freidel has played a construction worker, a janitor, a tin man and a naked man on stage in Green Trees, Powerful Science and Universe Contest. This first Wear Nebraska column explains why.
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."
2012 was a rough year for HN contributor Casey Welsch: "As ever, though, we get through such times with good music." See his list of things that made it all more bearable.
HN multimedia intern Chevy Anderson picks his multifarious favorites of 2012. Father John Misty, Joey Bada$$ and Sidewalk Chalk are just three of his top threes.
What did 2012 in Nebraska music mean to you? Here's the first of our takes on the year's albums, songs, music videos and more, from HN managing editor Michael Todd.