Listen to what music SecretPenguin's Dave Nelson picked to represent his home state's scene. It's our second Nebraska mixtape curated by the creative class.
See what we're deeming as the photos with the most outstretched arms at concerts. It's our second dig through the photo archive, and we dare you to count every limb.
In light of his upcoming move, John Henry Müller of Omaha's What Cheer looks back on the Nebraska music that represents his longtime state well in our first Nebraska Mixtape.
Roger L. Lewis of Omaha band Conduits lets the music and the artists do the talking in this top 12 list of the musician's favorite albums of all time.
This week's Music Monday brings you more than a top 10: Omaha band Back When members Joe Mickeliunas and Chris Kelley gave us two lists with 16 total favorite albums of all time.
Icky Blossoms talks about following in The Faint's electronic music lineage, their constant creation and a bit on why drummers and bassists in the band aren't permanent members.
The Faint take us back, from the first Omaha show they attended, through "Danse Macabre" and ending up with the tour they're now on, revisiting the 2001 album while premiering the new.
Sam and Harrison make up The Martin Brothers, a pair that captures "a somewhat overstated tone of what (Sam feels) Omaha is like" by following a pair of concertgoers on a trip. See their short film here.
How many lights and pairs of legs pointing upward does it take to make a couple Faint shows? Come on in and count them for yourself.
The Faint returned to Omaha after nearly two years on Saturday. It was a night of many firsts, among them the first hometown show without Joel Petersen. Here's how it went.