See photos from Circle Takes The Square last week at Slowdown. Plus, Hear Nebraska multimedia intern Molly Misek reflects on a semester of taking concert photos.
On the night they released their fourth full-length album in Lincoln, Satchel Grande demonstrated what's made their live show a local draw across four records. Read our review of the show here.
Listen to the song "New Hate" from the Lincoln doom metal band Rift. It's the fourth track off their new debut EP "Rift Volume 1."
The first //FITNESS event, #000001, will be held at the Sweat Shop Gallery in Benson on Thursday the 24th of April. This event will feature Darren Keen, Teetah, Ruby Block and Rogue Moon.
After their 2008 hiatus, The Faint began playing live again "because we're a band," Todd Fink says. Their new album "Doom Abuse" is similarly instinctual, crafted on the band's feelings and tastes.
Get a peak at Big Harp's "Hear Nebraska--Live at the 1200 Club" performance from last summer with this video of their song "Everybody Pays."
Michael Deni of Geographer talks about making relatable art, crafting albums, and the natural growth of his art.
Tune in for the announcement of the Maha headliners, tonight at O'Leaver's.
Who's on the Maha Music Festival stage in 2014? Find out here.
Record Store Day takes place Saturday, April 19 and record stores internationally observe the day with sales, events and special releases. Get the lowdown on what you'll find at many Nebraska stores here.