Queen’s of the Stone Age release technically precise “Villains” album

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR “Villains” is a reliable effort from veteran alternative rock group Queens of the Stone Age. QOTSA know their sound and any average listener...

Brand New is back with final album “Science Fiction”

Written By Danielle Meadows After eight years of delays and rumors, Long Island rock band Brand New is back with their highly anticipated fifth album, “Science Fiction.” There’s a sense...

Maha Music Festival

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR The ninth annual Maha Music Festival will once again be taking place in Aksarben Village on Aug. 19. The grassy bowl of Stinson Park will...

Clayton Rego drops first full-length album

Will Patterson A&E Editor Clayton Rego traversed the country while growing up in a military family, went to school at McGill University in Canada and has now come to Nebraska...

Discounted Maha tickets available for UNO community

This year, UNO is once again a sponsor of the annual Maha Music Festival. Because of the sponsorship, a limited number of discounted tickets...

DAMN. adds to Lamar’s legacy

Jeff Turner SENIOR STAFF WRITER Kendrick Lamar hit the ground running in 2012 with his major studio debut, “good kid, M.A.A.D. city.” It was magnificent—a vivacious,...

Joey Bada$$ blends music and movements

Jeff Turner SENIOR STAFF WRITER The talent of Joey Bada$$ was immediate with his first EP back in 2012. His single “Waves” reads like a declaration—an...

Clark & Company releases latest album, “Josephine Had a Dream”

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Clark & Company, a band whose four core members are all University of Nebraska at Omaha sophomores, released its third album, Josephine...