David Dondero rekindles his Nebraska connection less than six months after his last visit, tonight at Slowdown with Simon Joyner and others. Politics and love will also open.
The Omaha dance-rock band announce a fall tour (including a local stop) and premiere a new song from their upcoming Team Love record.
Don't let them fool you: Capgun Coup is well-versed on rock bands dating all the way back to the 1960s. Maybe they just don't want that label.
Conduits are preparing their self-titled debut on Team Love. Hear a track, see the artwork and check out where they'll be playing with Cursive this spring.
One of Omaha's most exciting bands announce some big-time news.
Capgun Coup (Team Love Records) dodged beer bottles, tree-swingers and shitty guitars on their way through this new song in their Midtown Omaha backyard June 19.
Warning: brief nudity. Yeah, now you're all gonna watch it.
The guys may not have their Team Love label, but they're wired to make it happen. See them tonight, midnight, at Brother's in Omaha.
One played in the Hold Steady and Against Me! — the other influenced Conor Oberst. They both perform tonight at Slowdown.
Video interviews: David Dondero talks Mousetrap and his Nebraska connection; Midwest Dilemma's Justin Lamoureux on representing the state in Austin, and his SPEED! Nebraska hat. And Screeching Weasel starts a fight.