Rogue Wave's frontman Zach Rogue explains his latest album's philosophy: from its move toward more live recording to its title and an in-depth look at its emotional centerpiece. Read on.
When does a song brand itself upon you? When you get a tattoo while singing it, of course. Read the story of "Used to Believe," which JKutchma played at Iron Brush in Lincoln while being inked.
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.
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.
With bandmates Aaron Markley, Daniel Ocanto, Dan McCarthy and James Maakestad, Electric Chamber Music brings their thematic music to a concert setting this Friday at The Sydney.
Listen to White Lung's Mish Way speak about what her band's punk rock is — put simply, "boys and drugs" — about Omaha's welcoming nature and more. Then see White Lung tonight at Slowdown.
Read a Q&A with Andrew Heringer of LA's Milo Greene, and catch the band at the Waiting Room on Wednesday night.
The Spits play Slowdown tonight after a show in Denver on Sunday and before stops in St. Louis and Austin this week. It's a trek that requires fans to show up, or else The Spits might not be back.
Dan Tedesco has played concerts in Nebraska seven times in just over a year. He returns this Wednesday and Thursday to Lincoln and Omaha for two more. Read on to learn about how far he's come.
Join us at a rowdy concert with Austin's Lechuguillas tonight at Sweatshop Gallery in Omaha. Cymbals might be broken, as the band's drummer says here, and punches might be thrown.