Listen to portions of Iron and Wine's concert at SXSW, hear a review of The Thermals show, what our managing editor calls the best of the festival, and see tons of photos featuring many more bands.
Among the mess of journalists, musicians, music fans and gear at SXSW, Hear Nebraska's crew of six used their cameras, recorders and notepads to capture their Friday's worth of concerts here.
Rachel Buse explains how her art has evolved and and what her "Inverted Mountain" show meant for her creative process in this video. The artist premieres an exhibit today at Gallery of Art & Design.
In Love Drunk's 107th session, Faerie Tones (Omaha, Neb.) performs "Tom Swifty," a harmony-, ukulele- and Slinky-driven narrative about Tom's culinary expertise and other character traits.
With 20 slides, at 20 seconds each, HN co-founder Andrew Norman presents Hear Nebraska's state of the union during Pecha Kucha at Slowdown.
Revisit the 1990s in Nebraska music. Return to the Ranch Bowl, the Howard Street Tavern and Sharky's, and watch the collected timeline of "Trout Tunes" videos, updated each week.
Watch Conner Goertzen mash buttons, twist knobs and combine songs by Sputnik Kaputnik and Prince of Apple Island in this video from HN's Take Cover event at The Zoo Bar.
House of Loom hosted a night of Carnaval celebration on Saturday: Brazilian flags unfurled, masked audience members danced, and glitter flew. Join the party with this video.
Watch and listen as The Mynabirds' Laura Burhenn covers a mist-filled story by O+S, a story that finds a fox in the woods.
"Master of slowing the world down and appreciating all of his senses," Jerry Johnston passed away on Feb. 1. Watch this interview about his life, and how, through music, "the whole world sounds different."