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Breaking Benjamin is Back

 

Engelbert Humperdinck

 

Ten Questions with CROSS RECORD

 

Ten Questions with DIET CIG

 

Ten Questions with DAY WAVE

 

Get On Up, Get Out

 

James Tormé

 

Ten Questions with THE BESNARD LAKES

 

Ten Questions with ISKA DHAAF

 

Younger, Dancier and Headed for a Sell Out?

 

Peach kelli pop - halloween mask 7   press picture by thomas green Ten Questions with PEACH KELLI POP

Peach Kelli Pop is Canadian Allie Hanlon and four other women playing jangling, abrasive, driving straight-four beach-flavored punk rock that sounds like go-carts and too much coffee. On the blink-and-you'll-miss-it LP, Peach Kelli Pop III (2015, Burger Records), Hanlon and her band race through 10 songs in just over 20 minutes — simple math tells you that averages about two minutes per song, just long enough for...


Fullsizerender Conor Oberst talks Dolores Diaz and the Standby Club

What do you do for fun when musically you can do anything you want? You put together a country cover band.

That’s what Conor Oberst did with his wife, Corina Figueroa, and their two roommates, Roger Lewis and Miwi La Lupa.

The project began last November strictly as a lark. Among the belongings La Lupa brought with him when he moved to Omaha from Brooklyn was a copy of Them Old Country Songs, a 1972 “various...


Revelations of beauty and charm touched by shadows.

You don’t often get to hear music by Gustav Mahler’s contemporary and countryman Alexander Zemlinsky. But you can at this month’s Omaha Symphony Joslyn performance of his 1934 Sinfonietta, his last purely orchestral composition. It was preceded by seven operas, many songs, a ballet and other works. “I have always thought, and still believe, that he was a great composer,” wrote Arnold Schoenberg seven years after...


Classic Brass

Music spanning almost 400 years comes to the fore in Nebraska Brass’s concert, “Brass in Time.” Going as far back as the sonorities that echoed across the grand piazzas and soaring architecture of 17th century Venice comes a 1608 piece by Giovanni Gabrieli. And, reaching beyond Earth’s horizons into the infinities of outer space, there’s John Williams’s 1977 music for Star Wars.

In between, the quintet, as if...


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