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"The Day the Earth Took Pills" by Universe Contest | Song Premiere

Posted by HN staff on Wed, 12/11/2013 - 11:31am in compilation, hear nebraska: vol. 2, Jacob Zlomke, kickstarter, song premiere, universe contest, vinyl

Big news: Listen to the premiere of Universe Contest's "The Day the Earth Took Pills." It's the lead track off Hear Nebraska's second compilation, now available for pre-order via Kickstarter.

Outlaw Con Bandana Returns with Anthology | Q&A

Outlaw Con Bandana returns to Omaha on Saturday to play Sweatshop as part of an anthology release compiling music and writings by Outlaw's Brendan Hagberg. Read about the project here.

Simon Joyner Hits Kickstarter Goal | Lazy-i

Posted by HN staff on Tue, 01/31/2012 - 2:00pm in big harp, column, digital leather, kickstarter, lazy-i, saddle creek, Simon Joyner, tim mcmahan

Within just a few days, Simon Joyner makes his Kickstarter goal, and the donations keep coming in. But what happens when Kickstarter fails?

Jay Reatard As Jesus | Q&A

Digital Leather's Shawn Foree has a moral compass whose his name is Jay Reatard. From writing songs to dealing with record labels, Foree relies on the memory of Reatard to help him through.

Kickstart Your Dream | Guest Column

Posted by Andrew Norman on Thu, 06/16/2011 - 11:24am in Blue Bird, guest column, ian simons, kickstarter, music, nebraska, omaha, thunder power

Blue Bird and Thunder Power's Ian Simons offers his take on bands using the fundraising site to help reach their goals.

Kickstarter Kicks DIY to the Curb | Darren Keen

Posted by Andrew Norman on Wed, 05/18/2011 - 1:22pm in column, darren keen, kickstarter, music, nebraska, the show is the rainbow

Nebraska's favorite one-man electronic experience isn't sold on bands using Kickstarter to fund tours and albums. He explains in this guest column.

Thunder Power's First LP | Kickstarter Campaign

Posted by Jordan on Wed, 05/11/2011 - 4:37pm in aj mogis, arc studios, jordan minnick, kickstarter, music, nebraska, omaha, slumber party records, thunder power

This Omaha pop-rock band is three days and $370 away from their goal, help them out!