It seemed like the beach, but Wednesday’s show with Saltwater Sanctuary, Eli Mardock and Tie These Hands created only the sense of an ocean at Slowdown. See photos of the waves crashing here.
The Love Language's Stuart McLamb says the more he gets out of the way of songs, the better they are. Get lost in the washed-out guitars and soaring vocals this Sunday at O'Leaver's, and read on.
Kris Lager talks funk philosophy and the concept of image, as well as his band's music video for their song "What You Got."
Despite Nebraska's 455 miles of interstate, but thanks to our state's music community, environmentally conscious group The Giving Tree Band returns to Omaha tonight. Read on for more.
Phoenix lit up the stage at the Omaha Music Hall on Tuesday, just after the Omaha openers in Icky Blossoms. See photos from the night here.
On Friday, the newgrass of Yonder Mountain String Band makes its requisite stop in Nebraska, the last one before home in Colorado. Read on for the story.
Gene Kwak writes about his love for Omaha: "The city is big enough to support and sustain local arts and music, while still being small enough that everyone knows everyone else’s name."
Call them the most overqualified wedding band of all time. Read our review of Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band at Slowdown and find out why.
Even if it seems preoccupied with themes of death and love, Jake Bellows' "New Ocean" feels anything but anxious. Hear our full album review podcast of the sweet, sedated pop record here.
See photos from the 2013 Omaha Girls Rock Camp, which took place July 29 through August 2 and culminated with a concert at Slowdown on Saturday.