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


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


Gogol Bordello puts on a raucous worldwide show

Gogol Bordello, a globalist group consisting of members from six different countries and one U.S. territory, put on one of the most memorable shows of the year on Oct. 28 at the Bourbon Theatre. Glow sticks and balloons soared above the packed crowd before and during the set. Lead singer Eugene Hütz may be the… Continue reading


Lettuce brings the funk to Lincoln

On a quiet Sunday in Lincoln, Nebraska, prodigious modern funk band Lettuce rocked the Bourbon Theatre. Opening the show was RDGLDGRN (pronounced "red-gold-green), a three-man outfit out of Washington, D.C. Each member went by one of the three colors in their name and dressed correspondingly. Their traveling drummer, Snaxx, simply wore black but still tied… Continue reading


The Native Howl shows a roaring good time

The Native Howl rose to relative fame in 2016 after releasing their well-received EP, "Thrash Grass." The EP's mix of bluegrass instrumentation and the speed and intensity of thrash metal is sure to catch any listener's attention. They stopped at the Vega in Lincoln, Nebraska on Oct. 2nd on their first national tour. The first… Continue reading