An animated monkey, real monkeys, musicians and a "Downton Abbey"-era setting. Common thread? This Thunder Power video, which previews their album to be released on Dec. 11 through Slumber Party Records.
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Slumber Party Records' dusty, folky, country band performs a live song during its December Slowdown residency. It goes a little something like this.
No, Dan McCarthy doesn't condone horse-icide. He's just picking scabs to see his new record.
McCarthy Trenching performs "Oh Nancy" in the woods somewhere north of Omaha.
See Daniel Muller's photos from the Slumber Party Records band's release show, featuring Cassie Morgan and the Lonely Pine and McCarthy Trenching
Join the multifarious personalities invested in Honeybee and Hers' debut album Morning. Then see the rest Saturday night at the CD release show.
An Italian restaurant is probably no place for a show, but who are you to say where music can thrive?
This Omaha pop-rock band is three days and $370 away from their goal, help them out!
Plus, Dereck Higgins hits YouTube and Thunder Power's debut album produced by A.J. Mogis.
Not-so Calm Kid, Omaha rapper Conchance wants to be the sugar in your tea.