Three schoolmates became entrenched in the world of classical guitar, rolling out classically arranged video game themes and taking on students of their own. Read on for the story of Omaha Guitar Trio.
Smoke and lights were in full effect Sunday night when Keller Williams and More Than A Little brought the funk to The Bourbon with reggaetronic trio Jon Wayne and The Pain. See photos here.
The ocean slammed into the land Friday night at Barley Street Tavern when the instrumental tide of The Sub-Vectors' surf rock met the dirty garage rock of The Decatures. See photos here.
While tracking their second album in a barn near Endicott, Neb., The Big Deep used all the tools at their disposal. Grab a pitchfork, fire up a choir of crickets and watch the trailer for their new album.
Brad Hoshaw joined us last night on Hear Nebraska FM for a feature interview about his new album "Funeral Guns." Listen to the show here.
Brad Hoshaw talks failures of his band's first album and successes of his latest, "Funeral Guns."
Crucial Changes is still alive despite a change in punk and hardcore shows. Keith McG announces the return of the Crucial Changes Printing Press booth at the Chicago Zine Fest.
Josh and Nick from Mtrl Design stop by Worlds of Wayne to talk about their business and the giant lasers they work with.
Lucas Kellison freely admits his multiple personalities. On Sunday, the acoustic side of the Lincoln singer takes centerstage at Vega with the release of "Undisco Wood." Listen to a new track here.
For the fourth installment of its documentary series, New Rise Music explores the careers of Omaha's Skypiper and Chicago's The Kickback.