Posts Tagged ‘The Seedy Seeds’

Let’s Get Serious with The Seedy Seeds 2012!

January 22, 2012

The Seedy Seeds return to Let’s Get Serious and Chicago for a show on January 22, 2012 at Reggie’s Music Joint.

I interviewed The Seedy Seeds on Episode 11 almost a year ago but along with the passage of time comes change, including the introduction of a new member, drummer/multi-instrumentalist Joe Frankl. I try to unravel the mystery that is Joe and we discuss old-timey slang with banjo accompaniment courtesy of Mike Ingram.

Listen to the Seeds perform two songs live in my kitchen, “Ethel” and “Flooded”.

Let’s Get Serious with Kendall Bruns
Episode 027: The Seedy Seeds
Running time: 65 minutes

Download (60.3MB mp3): Let’s Get Serious: Episode 027

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Let’s Get Serious with The Seedy Seeds

January 31, 2011

Here’s a little change of pace for the podcast. This time I hosted a band—my friends from Cincinnati, The Seedy Seeds, who were in town for a show.

The Seedy Seeds are Margaret Darling, Mike Ingram and Brian Penick.

We discussed how much explanation is too much explanation, listened to a couple of brand new tracks and they even performed a few songs live in my kitchen.

Let’s Get Serious with Kendall Bruns
Episode 011: The Seedy Seeds
Running time: 50 minutes

Download (46.3MB mp3): Let’s Get Serious: Episode 011

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Art Academy of Cincinnati Music Sampler

February 24, 2010

I’m a graduate of the Art Academy of Cincinnati and over the past few years I’ve done a lot of design work for them. Recently I helped put together this album that features 21 tracks by Cincinnati bands—a number of which feature graduates of the Art Academy.

Art Academy of Cincinnati presents: Try a Slice! A Cincinnati Music Sampler CDs were mailed to prospective students to show them some of the local creative flavor and share some of the musical talent our area has to offer.

I did the photography and design based on a concept by Paul Kreft. Paul is an amazing guy that I’ve been fortunate to work with on lots of films as well as the Adams County Waste & Recycling project. He directed a documentary film about artist George Rickey that you can read about at

Pictures and more info after the jump.



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