As Universe Contest prepares to hit the road, Jacob Zlomke, who will be along for the ride, talks to touring veterans about the challenges of cultivating a following on the road.
Desaparecidos' guitarist Denver Dalley tells us why he calls The Waiting Room "perfect" and why bands shouldn't debut material live. Read on for more.
Declare your love for Nebraska music and a special someone all at the same time. Share our valentines with your loved ones while listening to a Nebraska music DJ mix by Touch People here.
Desaparecidos releases two new songs that respectively support hacktivists and threaten the 1 percent. They make up a self-released seven-inch out March 12.
As the 2012 festival wound down, Icky Blossoms, Garbage and Desaparecidos wound up the crowd. HN contributor Daniel Muller captured the indie-rock Olympics' closing ceremonies.
Desaparecidos' Matt Baum and Denver Dalley discuss the Omaha punk band's breakup, reformation and new targets.
Conor Oberst's punk band takes on immigration in its first new release in 10 years. Stream it here.
One day after announcing to reunite for Maha, Desaparecidos play their first set since 2010 at Slowdown after Pub Quiz.
Maha Music Festival names four bands to take the stage on Aug. 11: Garbage, Icky Blossoms, Josh Rouse, and yes, Desaparecidos.
The Menzingers' guitarist/vocalist talks about the "Gurewitz card," Desaparecidos, and his favorite all-time chorus (hint: Joe Strummer's involved.)