Photographer Matt Spilker caught 22 of the 54 total bands that played Lincoln Exposed 2013. See through the viewfinder of his camera and look back at this year's festival.
Peruse our day one review of Lincoln Exposed 2013: Hear what bands had to say for themselves, see photos and listen to live audio from the concerts.
2012 was a rough year for HN contributor Casey Welsch: "As ever, though, we get through such times with good music." See his list of things that made it all more bearable.
Exercise those scrolling fingers with gobs of photos, reviews, live tracks and Instagrams from Lincoln Calling's third night. Check the schedule for tonight's concerts, too, and we'll see you downtown.
We asked Lincoln Calling bands to, yes, call in, and here's what they had to say about why you should pick them over the more than 120 bands at this year's festival from Tuesday to Sunday.
How does the Hammer fall? Shannon Claire was there to find out and capture the CD release of Time Hammer's "Hot Nails" at The Zoo Bar.
Fake blood, facepaint, fuzz bass and fierce raps: These are just a few of the ingredients that make Time Hammer. Read and listen in for more.
Time Hammer, Brothers Family Temple, Gloworm and Life in Prism all share one man: Joe Younglove. Good thing his on-stage antics haven't led to an arrest after all.
Duffy's hosted the first Capital City Air Guitar Competition last Saturday, and they're still picking up the pieces of smashed air guitars.
Conceptually, DWD has made an interesting and unorthodox record. Just don't listen to it with your less-progressive relatives.