"The next 24 hours will in large part decide the future of Nebraska music's biggest supporter: my nonprofit, Hear Nebraska." — Managing Editor Michael Todd
Sam Martin remembers living at 38th and Farnam as an opportunity to create. When roommates would head to Brothers before he turned 21, Martin would have time to develop his music.
The Hood Internet repurposes the music of now, mixing popular culture into mashups. Now with a debut album of originals under their belt, the duo returns to Lincoln this Thursday. Read on for more.
The Thermals' Hutch Harris knows Nebraska music, and has for years. His knowledge makes up some of the shadows, the memories, he keeps with them on the song "The Sunset," examined here.
Norfolk native Hani Zahra wants to "tap into the rambunctious little kid I used to be." Find out why in this in-depth Q&A, and listen to the now Brooklyn-based artist's debut album.
We can't stop believing that our First Friday concert in Lincoln ended. So instead, we're watching it live on in these photos of the night, and the photo prints still hanging at Duffy's. Read on for more.
We're proud to announce The Millions in concert on July 26 for an HN Presents show at The Waiting Room. Watch "Poison Fish" from their reunion show last December to prepare.
Ted Stevens celebrates May Day by releasing "Make Longer Nights," his newest song in a series of singles. Hear it first, and read on to learn how Cursive's guitarist has developed this project.
LAFTA, or the Lincoln Association for Traditional Arts, marked the end of its house concert season on Friday with Ana Egge's folk songs. See photos from the night here.
Baby Tears whisper, "Head of the Gorgon, head of the Gorgon," a mythical formula to defeating the Kraken sea monster. Read the rest of the recipe here as we examine "Stygian Witches."