From the Lincoln emcee Sleep Sinatra, "Monsters and Children" is a record for keeping your eyes on the forest and the high-mindedness of an impressionistic hip-hop lyricist. Listen to our review here.
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Sower Dance Party: The Bottle Tops with The Mezcal Brothers and Billy Bacon at Pla Mor Ballroom | Photo Essay
On Saturday, The Bottle Tops celebrated the release of their debut album with a swirl of nostalgia at Pla Mor Ballroom. But there was no mistaking the boom of the sound system as not being from 2014.
Omaha's The Big Deep talks about their two album release shows in both Lincoln and Omaha in this week's Worlds of Wayne Podcast.
Cheap Girls frontman Ian Graham foreshadows the release of his band's forthcoming album "Famous Graves," with a list of notable headstones he's seen and a commentary on repeated mistakes.
Blues Hall of Fame singer and guitarist Joe Louis Walker roused the Zoo Bar on Wednesday night. See photos of Walker emptying his bag of blues, rock and gospel tricks.
Benson Soul Society curates a playlist of their favorite Nebraska funk and soul artists dating back to the '60s in anticipation of their monthly vinyl-based DJ party at The Sydney in Omaha.
Dealing with cenutry-old film is unpredictable, so Donald Sosin plays the game on its terms. The silent film composer often brushes aside his own score and performs the film as it's happening.
Saturn Moth drops in to geek battle Worlds of Wayne in this week's podcast. Also discussed is the band's founding and their unique sound.
A couple of Nebraska filmmakers fill in Worlds of Wayne about their thesis film.
The Big Deep spent a weekend on a Nebraska farm recording their new album, "Echoes on the Little Blue." In constructing, preserving and marketing that concept, they explore folk authenticity.