When Jesse Flinck set out to make a custom turntable for one lucky Hear Nebraska donor, he wanted material with a life of its own. Read on for the creation story of the turntable.
No particular place to go this Fourth of July weekend? Consider a road trip to Des Moines for the 80/35 festival, and find the band that suits you by navigating this interactive feature.
What is a lifer? Purveyors of the Conscious Sound explain as the Omaha group releases "Lifers 2," an album available for free and streaming here. See the band at The Waiting Room tonight.
Memories record themselves in mixtapes, the artifacts of our personal history. Read the second installment of Liner Notes, and reminisce about your early years, the early bands you loved.
Read a fan's review of She & Him's concert at Stir Cove with Tilly and the Wall.
Despite the hardships of sliced tendons and small vehicles, S.S. Web charged ahead with a more acoustic change of pace among a metal lineup at The Bourbon last Tuesday. See photos here.
Val Nelson, Slowdown's house manager, shares stories of her favorite band, Big Star. She writes as "Nothing Can Hurt Me," a feature-length documentary on the band, celebrates its release.
This is the serendipitous story of Bol'd Crow: Lincoln's only six-piece, old-timey group of ladies on mandolin, banjo, fiddle and more. See them today at noon for Hear Lincoln at 13th and O.
Despite the tumult of cancer and hiatus, Camera Obscura found a home away from home for their new record. They made music in Portland "less frantic" than ever. Read the full interview here.
“'There was a string of pearls, and I gave them to this guy.' These are the words I always sing, even though I know they’re wrong.” HN's S.R. Aichinger reflects on one song's influence on his life.