Maha Music Festival announces lineup

* The summer festival and concert season lineups have poured in the last few weeks, highlighted locally by the announcement of Maha Music Festival's bill. Death Cab For Cutie, the mellow Pacific Northwest indie pop rock act, headlines the lineup for the sixth annual event. Folky indie strummers the Head and the Heart and upbeat Southern California act Local Natives are also featured prominently...

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Backbeat at SXSW 2014

My seventh year of South By Southwest coverage is now an Austin-based memory for me, but thankfully I'm filled with a notebook of band reviews and stray observations to sift through.

Making sense of SXSW has long become a job for somebody else. Grasping at a big picture in between the long lines, the milling crowds of people and the constant low-level thump of hundreds of kick drums on repeat...

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Omaha Girls Rock expands camp

* Registration for the 2014 Omaha Girls Rock camp is now open to girls ages 8 to 18. The camp, which will take place at the Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas St., is also offering two camp sessions. Campers can sign up for camp July 14th to 18th or July 28th to August 1st. Applications can be submitted online at omahagirlsrock.com/camper-registration.

* Digital Leather unveiled a...

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The Faint announce new album

The Faint will release Doom Abuse, their sixth studio album, Tuesday, April 8th on SQE Music.

The 12-song album is now available for pre-order via iTunes or SQEMusic.com. Those who pre-order the album on iTunes will get a song right away and then a new song each week leading up to the April 8th release date, singer Todd Fink says.

Fink says the idea behind the song-a-week concept is tied to...

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1200 Club to host pianist O’Riley

Christopher O'Riley will bring his genre-jumping piano style to the 1200 Club at the Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas St., Saturday, March 15th. O'Riley plays both interpretations of works by classic composers like Liszt and Beethoven and his own transcriptions of indie-rock, folk and singer-songwriter material by contemporary artists. O'Riley particularly has gained noticed for his...

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Luke Polipnick begins Sunday jazz night

Luke Polipnick, Dana Murray, and Max Stehr have launched a weekly jazz night occurring Sundays at the Side Door Lounge, 3530 Leavenworth St. The weekly shows are free and will feature two sets of music, including original compositions and free improvisations. In an email to the Reader, Polipnick says audiences should also expect a focus on the music of artists like Thelonious Monk, Ornette...

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Jim Suhler, Walter Trout
by B.J. Huchtemann

Texas blues-rock guitarist Jim Suhler returns to the metro this week with his band Monkey Beat. Suhler is out touring in support of ... more »



Gorillas, McPherson, Whitmore
by B.J. Huchtemann

The 21st Saloon celebrates the return of the Gas House Gorillas Thursday, April 10, 6-9 p.m. The Brooklyn-based band calls their ... more »



Remembering Dave
by Tim McMahan

It began in November 1992. I was a few years out of college at UNO, already working full time at Union Pacific, but still writing ... more »



Totally Crushing on Millions of Boys
by Tim McMahan

Omaha power-pop punk band Millions of Boys’ new 10-inch record, Competing for Your Love, is a 180-gram slab of vinyl complete with ... more »



Future Tense: 2012 Music Predictions, Pt. 2
by Tim McMahan

And now, the conclusion of my annual music predictions columns, where I gaze into the glossy black finish of a Fender Squier and see ... more »



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