"Little Gears" is an album for winter days spent working alongside a mug of hot chocolate. It's an introspective handful of songs Amy Schmidt will soon take with her to Europe.
With a overwhelming crowd that sent photographers to higher-altitude perches to capture the packed house, Friday of Lincoln Calling ended with a climax that had been building all night. Relive or see it anew here.
As she settles back into Nebraska, Lincoln singer/songwriter Amy Schmidt reflects on a recent tour through Europe: It was not the first.
Several lady-laden show previews, plus a bevy of bulletin board notes and a new spotlight on artistic contributions.
Night two featured good guys such as Mark Thornton, lady-led bands such as Tsumi and mainstays such as Masses. Such is the lucky life of a Lincoln music fan.
"Picks of the Week" gets a makeover. Check out the new format and let us know what you think.
Sweaters and vinyl records vs. digital playlists and time travel
Watch a locally shot short film featuring travelling folker Orion Walsh. Then read a review of a new split cassette by Walsh and Amy Schmidt.
HN contributor Zach Artz attended all three nights of this year's Lincoln Exposed. He saw some old favorites and was appropriately exposed to some new acts, with mostly positive results. Here's his take.
Check out our Lincoln Exposed 2011 day two photo essay, featuring The Amalgamators, Amy Schmidt and These Restless Things, Thunderstandable and The Betties.