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Review | The Seedy Seeds – Verb Noun

The Seedy Seeds

Verb Noun

The Seedy Seeds are a Cincinnati indie trio that elegantly combine pop, electronica and bluegrass.  They have a similar sound to that of the Freelance Whales.  The mixture of these elements create a synthesis of these drastically different styles that is sensibly poppy, catchy and quite nice.

They’ve recently released their album, Verb Noun on Bandcamp (available for $9) and it quickly became a favorite of mine.  In a word, this album is just warm.  Its melodies are warm & the vocals are comfortable it is just a very listenable album.  The sounds become even more lush with the use the banjo and synth vibes and complete something that is very special.

The title track is certainly a highlight, but there are some really good songs here.  Highlights for me have been the ambling ‘Coyote Song,’ the synth driven ‘Hey Exponent,’ and the title track ‘Verb Noun.’

This album is well worth multiple listens, a joy to have listened to and I’ll be enjoying it for a while longer.

Buy Verb Noun

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Upcoming Tour Dates Below:

MARCH 2011
18 – SXSW – SonicBids/Jansport Party
19 – SXSW – Austin, TX – The Ale House @ 10 pm
20 – Denton, TX – Rubber Gloves
22 – Santa Fe, NM – Corazon
23 – Tempe, AZ – Yucca Tap Room
24 – Upland, CA – The Wire Music & Art Venue
25 – Los Angeles, CA – The Mint
26 – Davis, CA – TBA
27 – San Francisco, CA – Hotel Utah
29 – Seattle, WA – Hi-Dive
30 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios
31 – Boise, ID – The Reef

APRIL
02 – Salt Lake City, UT – Bar Deluxe
03 – Denver, CO – Summit Front Bar
04 – Colorado Springs, CO – Triple Nickel Tavern
05 – Lawrence, KS – The Replay
06 – Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen
07 – Lansing, MI – Mac’s Bar
08 – Columbus, OH – The Tree House

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  1. […] Verb Noun, the title track from their recent album. If you dig this I highly suggest reading my review, and checking out the album in full. This entry was posted in video and tagged The Seedy Seeds. […]

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