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Duality of Noise

A Place To Burt Strangers have mastered the extremities of their post-shoegaze noise rock, but now they're coloring in the rest of their sound spectrum.

The band's new album, Worship, opens on a toxic wave of industrial clang and wrenched, grinding guitar noise, but as the record progresses, A Place To Bury Strangers peels away those layers to reveal dreamy peaks and valleys within the sound, says Oliver...


Zoo Bar Turns 39

Lincoln’s Zoo Bar continues their 39th Anniversary celebration this week with music in the club Thursday night and on a large outdoor stage in front of the bar on 14th & P Streets Friday and Saturday, July 13 and 14. At 39 years and counting, the Zoo is one of the oldest blues venues in the country, two years older than famed Antone’s in Austin, Texas.

Thursday, July 12, dig the irresistible Louisiana rhythms of...


The Lupines release three songs online

* The first recordings of the Lupines are now available online. The recordings are from about 18 months ago, when John Ziegler went down to Lincoln's Plan C with Mark Wolberg. The all-analog session came together as Ziegler's former band, Brimstone Howl, was dissolving. Since recording the nine songs in Lincoln, Ziegler formed the Lupines consisting of guitarist Mike Friedman, bassist Mike Tulis and drummer Javid...


Salgado News & Zoo 39

On the heels of releasing his best CD yet, Soul Shot (Alligator), Curtis Salgado will take a brief tour break to deal with a tumor found in his lung. Alligator Records reports that Salgado will undergo surgery in Portland, Ore., on July 18.
“Salgado will be hospitalized for a period of four to six days,” according to the Alligator press release, “and will require a recovery time of up to four weeks. Salgado and...


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