In this episode of On The Record, our album reviewers take on the debut EP from Bogusman and try to parse out whether there's a new hybrid punk sound taking shape in Lincoln.
Leading up to his participation tonight in Film Streams' "The Hitchcock 9" series, Ben Brodin asks a fascinating question: Does a composer have to like the movie he's scoring to do an honest job?
American Head Charge with Righteous Vendetta, Cathercist and The Zero Sum at The Waiting Room | Photo Essay
Heads were literally stepped on Tuesday night when American Head Charge and Righteous Vendetta conquered The Waiting Room. See the night in photos here.
New Omahan and drummer Mark Powers continues his column on landing performance and teaching gigs with an introduction to making the most out of your internet presence.
The Faint is set to release a new album on SQE Music, and Cursive releases a new video on LoveDrunk.
On Thursday, oboist Robert Walters will put a check next to a lifelong dream. Likening it to his Carnegie Hall, Walters will perform at the Lied Center with the The Cleveland Orchestra.
Watch Jim Pipher and The Toasted Ponies perform a boot-stompin', Nebraska-specific version of "This Land Is Your Land." It's part of a Bold Nebraska album recorded at the Build Our Energy barn.
In the latest Love Drunk session, Cursive revisits one of their most acclaimed albums for a bombastic rendition of "A Gentleman Caller." See the live one-take video here.
Tim's review of Brad Hoshaw and the Seven Deadlies at The Waiting Room last Friday.
Three schoolmates became entrenched in the world of classical guitar, rolling out classically arranged video game themes and taking on students of their own. Read on for the story of Omaha Guitar Trio.