See the world Lord Huron made Monday at Slowdown with opener Escondido. We have photos of the concert, backdropped by hills of many colors.
Thirty years after going gold with "Eat It," "Weird Al" parodies are still a marker of success for pop musicians. See Yankovic on Thursday at the Orpheum and hear our interview with the parodist.
With subliminal messages, mystery solutions and their surf rock rooted in the '60s, La Luz defines their single "Brainwash." Tonight, the four-piece plays Sweatshop Gallery in Omaha.
HN's director welcomes a new programming director to the team, and previews Friday's show with legendary Lincoln band The Millions.
Enter the universe of George Ranger Johnson, the fictional novelist who "inspired" Lord Huron's debut album.
With their new seven-inch, Omaha punk rockers The Shidiots ring in the birth of new historical era: "The Great American (Bowel) Movement." Read on for the story of the biting new record.
Comedian Ian Douglas Terry doesn't skip sleeves as a gag. It comes from his roots in punk rock. Same goes for the basic tenets of OK Party Comedy collective. Hear our interview with Terry here.
Mean Street met Des Moines last weekend at 80/35, but the group's Adam Robert Haug has long known Iowa. Read on for why he prefers Omaha and his history with Conchance.
What differentiates Nebraska music and Iowa music? Read on for Nebraska native Anna Gebhardt's take as she continues to discover the Iowan home that hosts her band Annalibera.
Foil, foil and more foil: These are the main ingredients that make up Snake Island's video for "Evil Music." Watch it here.