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Second Bass

When Interpol makes its triumphant return to Omaha after an eight-year absence, they'll be one man down and two men up. Iconic bass player and fashion plate Carlos Dengler, aka Carlos D, no longer is a member of Interpol, having left just after the recording sessions wrapped up for the band's new, self-titled album. The announcement came as a surprise to long-time Interpol fans who credit Carlos D for, among other...


River Rising — Omaha’s indie radio show moves to Sunday afternoons

Is having one good radio station in a city the size of Omaha — a city purported to be one of the “best places to live in America” — too much to ask? Apparently, it is. But at least for two-and-a-half hours a week we have New Day Rising on FM radio station KIWR, 89.7 The River. No, NDR is not a new program. It's been around since December 2004. But if you're like me, the last thing you're doing Sunday...


Sleep tight, Stay Awake

* Stay Awake will take a final bow this Saturday at The Slowdown, 729 North 14th St., before calling it quits. The local indie rock trio of Steve Micek, Robert Little and Mario Alderfer perfected a brand of icy, jagged rock that drew a line between post-hardcore and post-punk. The taut, bracing onslaught is highlighted by Micek's stream-of-consciousness microphone barks. The break-up comes as drummer Alderfer...


Sharon Jones, Malford, Davina, and free music equals sales

Playing With Fire concert-promoter Jeff Davis has finalized the line-up for the July 16 free concert. As previously reported here, there will be only one show this year but it is going to be a remarkable night of music focused on some serious soul. Music fans are buzzing about headliners Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings. Jones has been called “the queen of American revivalist soul” with a knockout stage show that...


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