The Slowdown got rowdy. See what happened in this photo essay by Daniel Muller and Andrew Norman.
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."
The subject of Love Drunk's most-viewed video, The Menzingers, returned to Omaha on Monday. Sound Surveillance captured two songs this time.
Stream two songs from the Philadelphia-based melodic punk band, as they prepare to embark on their impossible path.
A couple days before he got into a wicked vehicle crash in Normal, Ill., The Menzingers' Tom May performed a new acoustic song for Hear Nebraska's cameras in downtown Benson.
Gearing up for this weekend's The Fest, HN shot The Menzingers, The Flatliners, Broadway Calls, The Arteries and Leagues Apart in a sweaty, messy show in Orlando.
The Menzingers' guitarist/vocalist talks about the "Gurewitz card," Desaparecidos, and his favorite all-time chorus (hint: Joe Strummer's involved.)
The Menzingers' guitarist Tom May has some big news about a legendary punk label.
After 10 days of taking the Love Drunk video shoots on the road, talking to and making friends with people in five states and 11 bands, we've compiled a handful of anecdotes that serve as unexpected postcards from home.
Set up in a circle in a South Philadelphia apartment surrounded by abandoned furniture, graffitied walls and a few PBR-slamming friends, it's clear what makes people love The Menzingers. You'll see it in this live video.