In Omaha tonight, All Young Girls Are Machine Guns will play a Maha Music Festival showcase at Bridge Beats with Omaha singer/songwriters Kait Berreckman and CJ Mills. Ahead of the show, a few fellow Omaha artists collaborated on a remix track for the Omaha soul band.
Producer Keith Rodger aka Kethro remixed “Snake In The Tree,” with guest rapping by M34n Str33t emcee Conchance. The rearranged track features added percussion and reverb and Conchance’s powerfully-delivered rhymes.
Catch All Young Girls Are Machine Guns at Maha Music Festival next Saturday, and be on the lookout for an announcement on their vinyl release show soon.
The remixed “Snake In The Tree” will be available for purchase at the 6 p.m. show tonight (RSVP here). Hear it here first:
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Last night, our Peter Barnes was at Zoo Bar for Lincoln singer/songwriter Chance Solem-Pfeifer’s project Little Marais (note: Chance is HN’s former managing editor), Omaha’s Orenda Fink, Lincoln folk band Bud Heavy and the High Lifes and dream pop trio blét. It was the release party for Little Marais’s debut LP Never Met The Author. See Barnes’s photos below:
Bud Heavy and the High Lifes
photos by Peter Barnes
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Yesterday at noon, HN intern Samuel Bennett caught Tara Vaughan’s performance at Hear Omaha. She and her band replaced previously scheduled act The Electroliners. Next week, singer/songwriter Orenda Fink will play the series at 13th and Howard, sponsored by the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Omaha Young Professionals (RSVP here).
See photos from Bennett below:
photos by Samuel Bennett
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Omaha independent theater Film Streams continues its “Sights On Sounds” series Sunday night with The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years. Here’s a brief synopsis from the event listing
“While the first installment in the decline series was an earnest document of artists on the margins, part two casts an ironic gaze on the fans and practitioners of pop metal. Profiling artists, managers and rabid fans, the documentary is a harsh and frequently funny look at a loud, rude, sexy, sexist and anti-authoritarian LA scene. Interviews with Poison, Faster Pussycat, KISS, Ozzy Osbourne, and Aerosmith will delight.”
The screening begins at 7 p.m. Sunday night. Get ticket information at filmstreams.org.
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This evening, Vega’s Friday Live at Five Jazz series rolls on with performances by Peter Bouffard and Max Stehr. The Railyard venue hosted the series’ first three installments earlier in July, and plans to announce more dates through Nov. 6. RSVP here.
Tomorrow night, Rock Paper Dynamite releases its sixth EP Teeth with a show at The Waiting Room. The billing includes Rothsteen, Those Far Out Arrows and Matt Cox. Earlier in the week, we debuted the lead track, “The Devil,” and had a brief chat with Rock Paper Dynamite frontman Joseph Janousek, which can be read here. RSVP to the 9 p.m. show here.
Also, Domestica, The Lupines and Wagon Blasters play a show at the Spigot in Lincoln. Domestica just released six-song EP Domestica 3 June 19. RSVP to the 9 p.m. show here.
For the rest of the weekend slate, head to hearnebraska.org/events. Hit us up on Twitter and Instagram via @hearnebraska. If you do not see your show or one you plan to attend, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you out there.