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2017 in Review: Film

It’s that wonderful time of the year when publications reflect on the past year’s entertainment releases and decide which is the best of the best. Members of The DailyER and Seeds Entertainment voted for their top five films of 2017. Action and superhero films continued to entertain audiences and critics, but there were some independent… Continue reading

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2017 in Review: Video Games

It's that wonderful time of the year when publications reflect on the past year's entertainment releases and decide which is the best of the best. Members of The DailyER and Seeds Entertainment voted for their top video games of 2017, which turned out to be a great year for Nintendo. 1.) The Legend of Zelda:… Continue reading

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Seeds sits down with Lucky Chops

Before Lucky Chops took the stage at the Bourbon Theatre on Oct. 28, Seeds Entertainment spoke with tuba player Raphael Buyo and saxophone/bass clarinet player Daro Behroozi. Lucky Chops has been kicking for 11 years. How did playing in the subways of New York City help you develop? What's different about the subway versus the stage?… Continue reading

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12/4 Spotify Playlist: Christmas

It's the most wonderful time of the year. There are plenty of songs to celebrate the holiday season ranging from centuries old hymns to mid-20th century classics to modern hits. It's impossible to include every great holiday song or every cover, but here are some to make dead week at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln feel… Continue reading

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Staff Pick: In Tongues

George Miller released "In Tongues," his first EP under the name "Joji," on Nov. 3. This release takes a hard turn from Miller's previous works under his well-known alias "Pink Guy." The EP showcases the soft, heartbroken sound previously only heard in the occasional leaked single from Miller. Lo- to mid-fi beats and soft, often forlorn piano… Continue reading

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Staff Pick: Wilderado

Los Angeles based band Wilderado, who had the opportunity to open for Judah and the Lion on the first leg of their "Going to Mars Tour," is definitely one of the better up-and-coming bands in the indie rock scene. Origininaly called Bird Dog, Wilderado showcases a unique tone of calming, yet explosive music on their… Continue reading

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Kid Cudi brings passion, energy to Fillmore Auditorium

Kid Cudi launched himself back into the rap scene with his sixth studio album "Passion, Pain, & Demon Slayin'." After his brief brush with punk rock on "Speedin' Bullet to Heaven," and canceling his tour to check into rehab, Cudi is living his best life on his Passion, Pain, & Demon Slayin' Tour. Situated in downtown Denver,… Continue reading

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11/27 Spotify Playlist: Nebraska Originals II

As the Nebraska Cornhusker football team attempts to bring Nebraska native Scott Frost to be the new head coach, Seeds thought about musicians who call the state home. Included in this edition of "Nebraska Originals" are bands that were not included in our first playlist and new releases by artists previously included. "Cops" // The… Continue reading

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REVIEW: ‘The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)’

"The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)" focuses on the "sins of the father" trope as Harold Meyerowitz's (Dustin Hoffman) adult children have bottled up emotions, realizing they won't live up to their father's expectations, forever living in his shadow. Danny (Adam Sandler) and Jean Meyerowitz (Elizabeth Marvel) are unemployed and live in New York with… Continue reading

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11/20 Spotify Playlist: Season Finale

This might be the end, Husker football fans. Nebraska is 4-7 this season with a possibility of going 4-8 with their game against Iowa on Black Friday. That record would not be good for school to be bowl eligible, so this might be the final Husker football game of 2017. There is also speculation that… Continue reading