Still an audience for the classic Cars?

This started as a simple review of The Cars' new album, Move Like This, which was released on Concord Music this past Tuesday. It's the band's first studio album since 1987's Door to Door, and the first since the death of bassist/vocalist Ben Orr of pancreatic cancer in 2000. If you grew up listening to The Cars or are just a fan, you're going to love this record. It has all the classic Cars...

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Outdoor Fests, Salgado, Lucinda and More

Two big indoor shows are on the do-not-miss-list this weekend. Soul-blues vocalist Curtis Salgado plays the Bourbon Theatre in Lincoln Saturday, May 14. And Americana icon Lucinda Williams is set to perform an early show at Slowdown Monday, May 16. Outdoor music festivals ramp up with two multi-day shows. Love Fest In The Midwest marks its second year as an eclectic music and camping festival at...

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All Good in the Hood

The massive resurgence of electronic music in the past few years has spawned blog after blog offering free mp3s and mix tapes. Since Girl Talk’s 2006 Night Ripper, the mash-up phenomenon has quickly littered the cyber-world. Steve Reidell, otherwise known as STV SLV (pronounced Steve Sleeve), is one-half of the Chicago-based production duo The Hood Internet. Along with Aaron Brink, or ABX,...

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Video Concert Review: Of Montreal at The Slowdown

One dash of David Bowie, a pinch of The Cure twisted with a peel of vaudeville - shakin', definitely not stirred. I wasn't sure what to expect from the Athens GA. electronica funk glam afrobeat musical stylings of Of Montreal after spending a day in the office youtubing them. Getting my face, ears, body and mind blasted at their show this past Friday at the Slowdown left me impressed. Armed...

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<p>Not surprisingly, one of Seger’s biggest crowd reactions of the night was the reference to Omaha in his classic “Turn the Page.” </p>Concert Review: Bob Seger

Bob Seger is a legend, a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and, yes, he has credibility to rival almost anyone on the American stage. But until seeing Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band live — one of the best rock ensembles on the road — it’s easy to forget just how many great songs are in his catalog. And this old pro really knows how to work a crowd, leaving them wanting still after two...

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Make Believe puts on tsunami benefit

* Make Believe is adding a whole heap of creativity and ambition to the typical post-disaster benefit show, putting together both a digital download compilation and a concert to support the Bikou-En Orphanage in the Aomori Prefect of Japan. The orphanage has seen its donations more than halved during the aftermath of the March 11 Japanese earthquake and tsunami event, according to Make Believe...

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Remembering Dave
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