See photos from Devil's Night at The Bourbon on Wednesday, an annual KZUM fundraiser curated by Super Happy Doom Time's Barry Petersen.
Preview a selection of this month's concerts, recent releases and other tracks we're spinning. It's our second playlist created in collaboration with the Lincoln Journal Star's Ground Zero.
Ross Felton's recent 50-song "greatest hits" album comprises only a percentage of his output as Megaherbs. With Pat Swanson, he makes anti-dance electronic noise. Read on for the story.
Listen to the newest track from Orenda Fink, a cover of Dr. John's "I Walk On Guilded Splinters." It's an song dripping with voodoo and occult connotations, a fitting Halloween tribute.
The owners of Vega say planning for the opening of the brand-new Railyard music venue took them back to school. They graduate to a new sets of tests with Vega's opening on Saturday.
Nebraska rappers Op2mus, Scky Rei, Conny Franko, Zo, Max Fischer and Articulate fire off verses on "Trick or Tr34t on Mean Street.” Watch the video before Boo Goo at Slowdown on Thursday.
Lincoln's Poor House opened to cold weather and warm friends on Saturday. Read our review with photos of Speedsweat and Root Marm Chicken Farm Jug Band.
Warm up for Deer Tick in Omaha this Friday with a mixtape of their most representative songs. From new singles to deep cuts, these five tracks round out the discography of the Providence rock band.
With "Grown-Ups," Routine Escorts delivers an album of uncommon pop production, contrasting urban numbness. Listen to our full review of the Omaha electronic duo's EP here.
"Imagine yourself under the big, wide-open spaces, answering to no one but yourself and singing songs with your friends." In other words, imagine Riders in the Sky, playing the Lied Center on Wednesday.