The Slowdown got rowdy. See what happened in this photo essay by Daniel Muller and Andrew Norman.
Today, Hear Nebraska makes its only paid employee full-time. We also welcome three new interns and two veteran holdovers to produce content that cultivates our music community.
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."
This guitar duo out of Chicago smacks and plucks the onomatopoeias out of their guitars to conjure up a musical karate. Follow their fleet fingers as filmed at The Zoo Bar.
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.
Watch the San Francisco duo perform a new song intensely, impassionately, on the Slowdown stage.
Hear Nebraskans just received a nice honor from the Nebraska Tourism Commission. Where are you going to put it?
Omaha’s indie music legend celebrates 20 years of recording with an ambitious double-LP exploring love, life and death.
Teal Gardner wants UUVVWWZ's second album to function as a "question mark and an embrace." Judging by her hugs, she has one half of that hope assured. Listen as she and Dave Ozinga discuss "Trusted Language."
Andrew Norman's first internship began in a saggy suit. The HN director recounts that experience, and lets HN's fall interns introduce themselves in this week's column.