See photos from the Omaha premiere of writer/director Nik Fackler's new feature, "Sick Birds Die Easy," as well as from the subsequent after party at Slowdown.
It pains Nik Fackler (Icky Blossoms, InDreama) to sum up his second feature film, opening tonight at Film Streams. So let's move past his tagline, and read the full, six-part story of "Sick Birds Die Easy."
Sam Martin has changed as an artist in the six years of writing collected on his new release. "Trite monsters" captures the ironic, the terrifying and the hopeless. Read the story of the new album here.
Icky Blossoms talks about following in The Faint's electronic music lineage, their constant creation and a bit on why drummers and bassists in the band aren't permanent members.
A member of Tilly and the Wall, InDreama and Icky Blossoms, Nik Fackler is a pretty busy guy. Somehow, though, he still finds time for his other artistic love: filmmaking.
As Nik Fackler returned from making InDreama's debut album, out in October, he turned to his friend Dereck Higgins to join the band as bassist, just as he had turned to him time and time again.
Icky Blossoms and Satchel Grande share opinions on environmental conservation in advance of Omaha's Earth Day show.
Filmmaker and musician Nik Fackler unveils a psychedelic of a different kind with "Sick Birds Die Easy."
Hey, Maha, we're thinking this route for the local stage.
While Nik Fackler's electro-rock opera waits for Africa, stream songs here and catch InDreama tonight for splits at the Slowdown.