Dereck Higgins talks self-expression, vast vibes with Faces of Color; Ridgelines, Jade Lacy combine for new …
April 11, 2016 - Supermoon
Dereck Higgins talks self-expression, vast vibes with Faces of Color
The musician’s trail seemed laid before a feet of Dereck Higgins. The Omaha artist comes from a prolonged line of musicians, artists and ministers, all of that lived and breathed music.
Higgins chatted about his music-rich upbringing in a latest Faces of Color minority artist profile. For those who don’t know, Higgins is a Omaha strain maestro of some-more than 30 years, carrying played in InDreama, RAF, Digital Sex and his possess ambient initial project.
In a video interview, that went live this past Friday, Higgins talks about a vast inlet of music, his impulse by life experience, and a fun of pity self-expression, either by his possess opening or education immature musicians.
Watch a video below:
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Ridgelines, Jade Lacy combine for new single
Omaha writer Mike Johnson and producer Jade Lacy have collaborated for a initial lane from Johnson’s arriving second EP from his electronic plan Ridgelines. “Who Wakes Up” starts as if rising in a dream-like abyss of synth and pounding, clapping beat. Lacey’s voice echoes in from clearly each direction, seeking a song’s pretension doubt as if long-wearied by a hunt for a ever-elusive answer.
Johnson will entrance some-more new Ridgelines strain Saturday, Apr 23 during Milk Run (High Up and Iowa City rope Halfloves also play. RSVP here). Listen to “Who Wakes Up” below:
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Super Moon announces out-of-state summer tour
Omaha stone rope Super Moon will take to a highway this summer, spinning by a Midwest on a week-long stint. The doom stone foursome expelled a self-titled EP in February, and will play some-more than a handful of shows in a debate run-up, including Apr 30 during Barley Street Tavern with The Decaturs and The Ambulanters (RSVP here).
See a list of Super Moon’s dates below:
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Tonight, Cambridge, Mass., rope Bent Shapes plays Milk Run, 1907 Leavenworth St, a latest stop on a largely southern U.S. tour. The indie cocktail quartet’s outing supports Wolves Of Want, a LP it expelled Mar 11 on Father/Daughter Records. Wolves Of Want was available by analog in Medford, Mass., with Titus Andronicus’s Elio DeLuca. Omaha acts Bed Rest, Little Ripple and Hello Ocho open a show. 9 p.m., $7, RSVP here.
For a fuller inventory of this week’s shows, conduct to the statewide calendar here. Keep those strain submissions, story ideas and news tips entrance around email during firstname.lastname@example.org.