Monthly Archives: July 2011

Cursive’s in the studio again

Cursive Before Tim Kasher releases an EP and heads out on a solo tour, he’s jumping into the studio again to record with Cursive. Kasher, Matt Maginn and Ted Stevens are picking up Patrick Newbery from Conduits as well as … Continue reading

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Rock Candy Interview: Nick Hexum of 311

311 is, from left, Chad Sexton, SA Martinez, Nick Hexum, P-Nut and Tim Mahoney. 311′s celebrating the release of its 10th album, “Universal Pulse,” with a trip back home. After forming in Omaha 21 years ago to open for Fugazi, … Continue reading

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Rilo Kiley is no more

As Spinner is reporting, Rilo Kiley called it quits. A few years ago. The former Saddle Creek band hasn’t done anything as a group since touring for 2007′s “Under The Blacklight,” though Jenny Lewis has emerged as a popular solo … Continue reading

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Maha gets a new location

Maha Music Festival, coming on Aug. 13, has chosen a new spot to set up shop: Stinson Park at Aksarben Village. It’s a pretty sweet spot and its location in the middle of town (as well as within walking distance … Continue reading

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311 doing home-town signing on “Universal Pulse” release day

“Universal Pulse” 311 will just happen to be in its hometown of Omaha on July 19, the release day of the band’s new album, “Universal Pulse.” And to celebrate, Homer’s will host a midnight sale on July 18 at its … Continue reading

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