This week in Nebraska music news we've missed: new music by Bret Vovk, Funk Trek's record release this Saturday at The Waiting Room and much more.
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.
Watch as Omaha becomes home to a graphic novel's characters as Thunder Power plays a snowy "Winter Lingering." What is the protagonist seeking as he moves about the city? Take a guess.
Watch our double feature of videos from Talking Mountain's album release show: an interview with TM's Jason Meyer as he decorated Slowdown, and a video of "Realistic Feel" from the concert.
Listen to a mixtape of the toe-tappers Archrival's Dan Gibson digs, and read about why they represent the Nebraska music scene for him.
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.
Hers guitarist and Club No Quiet co-founder Rachel Tomlinson Dick is defining her reality through music and identifying herself as a tomboy. Meet her in our latest Wear Nebraska column.
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.
Daniel Pujol talks about the "manic sort of hyperbolic need to be able to articulate oneself" as he articulates his answers to questions about "Psychic Pain." See his band at O'Leaver's on Friday.