All posts by: Corey Oldenhuis

Ups and downs of capitalism: Americans should consume cautiously

Story by Corey Oldenhuis| Seeds Entertainment Photo from Google Images When Mick Jagger sarcastically sang, “But he can’t be a man, because doesn’t smoke the same cigarettes as me,” in 1965’s chart-topping hit “Can’t Get No Satisfaction,” it so accurately summed up the sentiment of rampant consumerism and the covetous nature of capitalism. ‘Keeping up […] Read more

Producer-musician shares secret ingredients of quality art

Interview by Corey Oldenhuis | Seeds Entertainment Photo by Patrick Wright | Seeds Entertainment   Seeds sat recently down with multi-faceted music man Lucas Kellison inside his kickass studio sanctuary. The local ambassador of feral funk grants us insight into his dual world of production and performance as we talk industry ins-and-outs, musicianship essentials, back-breaking commitments […] Read more

Vega Nov 5: Filter | Fight or Flight | We As Human | Nothing More

[dropcap]V[/dropcap]ega is the new trendy concert venue in the Railyard, and its first notable concert kicked off Tuesday evening with bands that didn’t quite seem to fit—in more ways than one. Though Vega boasts a bustling bar, gourmet hotdogs that are to die for, and windows which provide a pleasant downtown view, the actual stage […] Read more

Lincoln Calling Day 4: UPC-hosted shows

The University Program Council of UNL hosted two separate days of shows as a part of Lincoln Calling for the first time in the festival’s ten year history. Here is an overview of day 2 (For Day 1 overview, go here: A Ferocious Jungle Cat Cowboy Indian Bear Twinsmith DEERPEOPLE […] Read more

Lincoln Calling Day 3: Masses; The Whipkey Three; Oqua; Tie These Hands

Thursday, Oct 17 – Duffy’s Tavern: Tie These Hands Oquoa The Whipkey Three Masses Seeds does not take credit for the above photo of The Whipkey Three. Review by Corey Oldenhuis | Seeds Entertainment [divider height=”40″] After battling through technical difficulties that forced the lead singer to awkwardly tell bad stories […] Read more

Lincoln Calling Day 2: Powers; Rusty Maples; Dirty Talker

By Corey Oldenhuis Lincoln Calling Day 2: Duffy’s: Dirty Talker Rusty Maples Powers (CD release party) Overpowering the ears with thick, distorted bass fuzz and screeching guitar sass, Nebraskan band Dirty Talker kicked off Wednesday’s Lincoln Calling events at Duffy’s Tavern. Lead singer and bassist Justin Kohnmetscher’s vocals were indistinct clamors at […] Read more