A free Earth Day concert, visits by Arrah and the Ferns, Lights and Harouki Zombi and art from Heather Sticka of Tsumi.
once a pawn
A small but supportive crowd came out on Sunday to see Dirty Talker, Once a Pawn and Domestica. No fooling, we've got photos.
UUVVWWZ plays DJ, Courtney Morrow knits, and AYGAMG gets some Lincoln newspaper love. That and more in this week's women-in-music column.
Night two featured good guys such as Mark Thornton, lady-led bands such as Tsumi and mainstays such as Masses. Such is the lucky life of a Lincoln music fan.
HN talks with the Lincoln rockers about fine-tuning their sound, challenging gender roles in a socially conservative state and evolving spirit.
You have to wait until Oct. 1 for the Lincoln poppers' new full-length to drop. But you can get a taste now with the first single from the record.
"Being an out, queer woman, we're not the highest on the totem pole ... a lot of my life is controlled by male religious politics that don't really care to include me in things."
When you're Once a Pawn, you just have to accept that stalkers gonna stalk.
Zach Artz breaks down his frantic attempt to see as many bands as possible in four hours, including Kyle Harvey, The Lepers, Shipbuilding Co. and Life of a Scarecrow.