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"Lithium Burn" by Deleted Scenes | Album Review

Posted by Cory Kibler on Tue, 04/15/2014 - 8:32am in album review, Cory Kibler, dan scheuerman, deleted scenes, Dustin Diamond, fiberglass horse, lithium burn, omaha

HN contributor Cory Kibler says the appeal of Deleted Scenes is how they careen away from pop music without ever abandoning its hooks. Read a revew of Deleted Scenes' "Lithium Burn" here.

 

RAW:Omaha presents "Spectrum" | Photo and Video Essay

See video and photos from Friday night's Raw Omaha event, "Spectrum." The event showcased Omaha's music, fasion and visual art. 

Matt Whipkey, Brad Hoshaw to run Record Store Day 7-inch giveaway | News

Matt Whipkey and Brad Hoshaw will release a split 7-inch single for Record Store Day on Saturday. Find out how you can win the unique first copy of the limited 300-record run here.

Kill County at Zoo Bar | Photo Essay

Even after years moved away, when Kill County descends on Lincoln for a roughly annual show, people huddle together and listen, maybe for the name of their town. See photos here.

BOTH and Black Jonny Quest at Urban Outfitters | Photo Essay

Posted by HN staff on Mon, 04/14/2014 - 12:04pm in black jonny quest, both, hear nebraska, infntlp, jordan hiebner, scky rei, stephen barnes, urban outfitters

See photos from the first collaboration between Hear Nebraska and Urban Outfitters, featuring hip-hop performances from Black Jonny Quest and BOTH. 

"Reason" by Dan Mariska and The Boys Choir | Music Video

Watch a music video of Dan Mariska and The Boys Choir produced by recent tourmate Sara Bertuldo of Omaha's See Through Dresses. 

"Hard Times" by Kill County | Live at the 1200 Club

Savor the first taste of last summer's "Hear Nebraska — Live at the 1200 Club" performances with this single. Watch Kill County play "Hard Times" from their 2013 album "Dust In Wire."

William Elliott Whitmore: Home in America, Where Nothing's From | Feature Interview

Before his Saturday show at The Waiting Room, we talked to Iowa folk singer William Elliott Whitmore about art as creating from nothing and how many American symbols are something borrowed.

Chuck Ragan: "It's No One's Place" | Feature Interview

Chuck Ragan is an artist both capable of speaking on rock music's developing history and his unique personal history as a rallying point for a still-broadening musical family across the country. 

Spring Scene Report 2014 | Crucial Changes

Posted by Cameron Bruegger on Thu, 04/10/2014 - 8:34pm in blog, crucial changes, music, nebraska, omaha

Crucial Changes gives a preview of the spring metal scene in eastern Nebraska.