Three electronic pop songs by BZZZ take just 10 minutes to play, but they follow more than 10 years of "laying in the dark" for Sean Beste, starting anew with "The Conclusion," premiered here.
The new album from Omaha group The Mynabirds is a feminist pop gem, but what are we fighting for?
VanFantom, Lincoln-raised and now residing in Chicago, Ill., returned for a few shows in Nebraska. This is proof.
"Competing For Your Love" is a love letter to a simpler "alternative" time: one with lo-fi production, fuzzy guitars and a self-aware sense of humor.
Twenty years later, the Lincoln native talks about and performs the second track on his breakout record to The Onion A.V. Club.
The Lonely Estates make pop pop. See their new, live Ingrained video here and catch them at their CD release show Saturday at the Waiting Room.
The Philly-based group's frontwoman speaks with HN's Steven Ashford about fun shows, transportation issues and what's behind "the Ferns."
HN's Shannon Claire captured the high kicks from the band featuring members of Sleater Kinney, The Minders and Helium.
"Being an out, queer woman, we're not the highest on the totem pole ... a lot of my life is controlled by male religious politics that don't really care to include me in things."
"I could never find the right 'darling,' and then I found Matt. ... And then we were like, 'We need drums.' So we found Robert at Ted and Wally's (ice cream shop). Ice cream brought us together."