The Flaming Lips will headline this year's Maha Music Festival on Aug. 17. See the rest of the lineup here.
Read an interview with Al Hatfield, founder and organizer of Big AL's Free Music Festival. The festival runs this week, Tuesday through Saturday at The Hideout.
Which local bands will Maha be hosting at this year's festival on Aug. 17? Criteria, Digital Leather, HERS, The Millions, Rock Paper Dynamite and the winner of June's OEAAs showcase. Read on for more.
Listen to portions of Iron and Wine's concert at SXSW, hear a review of The Thermals show, what our managing editor calls the best of the festival, and see tons of photos featuring many more bands.
Among the mess of journalists, musicians, music fans and gear at SXSW, Hear Nebraska's crew of six used their cameras, recorders and notepads to capture their Friday's worth of concerts here.
See photos from SXSW 2013 of Billy Bragg, Blue Hawaii, Braids, Cloud Nothings, DIIV, French Horn Rebellion, Marnie Stern, Olafur Arnalds, Tegan and Sara, and The Thermals.
HLN8 featured fire-twirlers, dubstep, local electronic and a myriad of touring acts. Read our review with photos of the three-day event that took place Thursday through Saturday at The Bourbon.
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.
Lincoln Calling expanded to six venues with more than 20 concerts, covered here with reviews, photos and live audio with videos on the way. The festival continues through Sunday.
Lincoln Calling eased in to its more than 120 bands at nine venues. Just three played the Bourbon on Tuesday night, but it was an enjoyable short time as shown here with reviews, photos and more.