Big Harp, Kill County and Digital Leather will take the stage at the 1200 CLUB on June 7 for a live show and "Austin City Limits"-style telecast. Read on for more.
"Whats The Word," the new song and video from Scky Rei, gives "music is in my blood" a whole new meaning. Watch and listen to the first track from the rapper's debut EP, "Pronounced Sky+Ree."
Damien Jurado played to a monk-quiet crowd at a Beaver Lake house show on Saturday evening. "I just want to be listened to," he said. Read stories and see photos from the intimate night here.
Dave Hansen, lead singer and guitarist of Worried Mothers, looks back fondly on his time living and creating music at Omaha's Lynch Building, even if he was "running the streets, being a madman."
Luke Polipnick has put together Omaha's arm of the Undead Music Festival, based in New York. From Tatsuya Nakatani's performance on Friday to the festival on Sunday, it's a solid weekend-long lineup.
With 3,000 feet of tinfoil, the duo known as the Church of Tomorrow transformed the House of Loom into a Andy Warhol tribute last Friday. Watch the performance art/style cult's frantic foiling here.
Report on these instruments with your own: computer, camera, recorder and creativity. Apply for a Hear Nebraska summer internship. Read this story for more, and submit your resume here.
Matt Whipkey prepares for summer with "Penny Park," a double album with roots stretching back to 1989 and the now-deceased amusement park, Peony Park.
Watch "Scottie Pippen's Right Knee" from Mean Street's first concert as part of the Community Bike Project benefit at Slowdown. See Mean Street's second show Saturday at The Waiting Room.
Listen to the premiere of Old Money's second album, "How'd You Get So Bad?" then celebrate its release this Saturday at Slowdown.