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Folklife 2013 Live from the Vera Project!
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Folklife 2013! Broadcasting live from the Vera Project on Hollow Earth Radio throughout the weekend, featuring an array of local and international artists!
Posted By gabeos on 04/08/2013 at 06:29PM
Our friends at Debacle Records are throwing another one of their fabulous "Debacle Festivals", and are partnering with Hollow Earth Radio. Which means if you go to the shows you're helping out Hollow Earth AND getting your mind blowned up ALL AT THE SAME TIME.
Full press release below....
As we prepare for our 6th Debacle Festival, this year is proving to be bigger and better than ever before. Occurring over the weekend of May 3rd, 4th, and 5th, the diversity of sound found on the label is represented by varying nights, from expansive, reflective drones, to an afternoon harsh noise and noise-rock matinee, to the final night, showcasing mutant-dance offshoot event MOTOR. While bringing out national acts like Detroit's Nate Young, Chicago's Hieroglyphic Being, and the Bay Area's Date Palms, the community feel is still retained with hyper-local acts like Brain Fruit and Black Hat. This years fest is centered around multimedia hall FRED Wildlife Refuge, located in Capitol Hill. And, we've also partnered with local online station Hollow Earth Radio as media partner and non-profit beneficiary.
Full weekend passes are available for a special pre-sale discounted rate of $40 -- 1/3 off reg price
Friday May 3rd
FRED Wildlife Refuge | 127 Boylston Ave E
8pm | $20 door/$15 adv
Highline | 210 Broadway Ave E
Matinee show | 3pm SHARP | $7
FRED Wildlife Refuge | 127 Boylston Ave E
7pm | $20/$15 adv.
Sunday, May 5th
The Lo Fi Performance Gallery | 429 Eastlake Ave
8pm | $20/$15 adv
Posted By e_j_buster on 03/29/2013 at 10:45PM
Magma Fest's 2013 closing weekend begins tonight at Hollow Earth Radio (20th and Union in Seattle) with an unbelievably amazing line-up.
With a catalog of more than 30 hook laden albums, veteran Seattle indie band, The Green Pajamas will be playing songs from one of last years greatest albums, Death By Misadventure, and more:
And all the way from Australia!!!! Right here in Seattle, Old Growth Cola will be delivering their quirky style of psychedelic pop music:
And come hear the dreamy singing and songwriting of Caitlin Sherman (of Slow Skate) as she introduces her new band:
And the hooks keep coming with Smile Brigade:
Plus, Mindie Lind (of Gravy Grime Girls) will be performing with members of Corespondents in their new band, Zmrzlina:
Show starts at 8!!! Get on the Facebook INVITE
Posted By Jaybo on 03/19/2013 at 03:35PM
HEY!!! Seriously accomplished visual artist and recently victorious MMA fighter, Thea Wolfe, will sit down at the Hollow Earth Studios with Jaybo. We shall talk about what it is like not only to step into the octagon, but how it feels to emerge victorious. She may also chat about The Ween coloring book she created. It is definitely gonna get brutal! Thea is a FORCE to be reckoned with. On The SHit Show w Jaybo Tuesday Feb 19th from Ten to Noon…GO!!!
Posted By DJ Dusty Mantle on 03/17/2013 at 09:54PM
Next Sunday, March 24th at 6pm, as part of Magma Fest 2013, Hollow Earth Radio presents another in-studio reading featuring writers affiliated with local literary juggernaut Babel/Salvage. It's open to the public and will present a diverse selection of spoken word and other vocal delights.
With performances by:
Morris Stegosaurus (w/ musical backup)
Ryan A Johnson
Jason Conger & Joe Thompson (working as a duo w/ fx pedals and gadgetry)
Facebook event: here!
Babel/Salvage on Facebook: here!
“Morris Stegosaurus (aka Keith Morris Kurzman) is a difficult artist to categorize, and yet he is undeniably entertaining and provocative. His performance is highly charismatic in the full slam poetry tradition. But the through-lines of his poems often relate symbolic and surreal situations as dialogues with personified objects, without regard for whether those objects are concrete or abstract. Where slam poets are often literal, didactic, or operating in an absence of irony, Stegosaurus may be whimsical, sarcastic, or idiosyncratic. So yes, there is meaning in his stage name, as a banner for the oblique language he brings to the stage. Often it's better to not attempt to interpret Stegosaurus' performances but simply let them happen to you; they may be more about the phenomena of language and performance than about the subjects in their titles.” --Kurt Heintz
...born on planet terra to hue-man parents, he has been writing "poetry" since some one handed him a pencil pen feather microphone brush tongue gun bow and arrow, hitting his targets deaf dumb and blind all have experienced korvus's gift of the present moment...
Ryan A Johnson
Ryan A. Johnson graduated from Western Washington University in 2009. He now works for a large aerospace company but this has nothing to do with college. Expect his new book, "You Will Get In Trouble" to be released by Babel/Salvage in the coming months. He apologizes in advance, not for the book, but for everything else.
Jason Conger & Joe Thompson
Jason Conger is artillery. He lives in a thatched hut which is near Austria. Jason saunters. He is the shoplifter. In his free time, when he's not addicted to anglicizing geese, he is jumbled. He feels abstemiously about the hard tricycles. He supports the unicycles at FEMA. His favorite type of poetry is of the whale shark style; his least favorite type is of the tapir style. He dreams about squinting at the nimble glasses. When life is neither truthful nor beautiful, Jason – or J-bone – goes hunting in the Horsehead Nebula, an artery quartered beside the system.
Joe Thompson is a mystery.
Sarah Galvin is the author of The Stranger’s Midnight Haiku series, which are neither haiku nor at midnight. She has a blog called The Pedestretarian, where she reviews food found on the street. The thing she loves most about reviewing discarded food is receiving text messages that say things like “I hear the bus stop on 3rd and Union is covered with ham.” Sarah is a poetry MFA student at University of Washington, and her poems can be found in Hoarse, Proximity, Pageboy, Dark Sky, and Ooligan press’s Pacific Poetry Project, set to be released in March 2013.
Bryan Edenfield is the co-founder of Babel/Salvage and the author of Glossolopolis Number One and 33 Opening Paragraphs. He has a dog and is from the desert. His degree is in philosophy and history that comes from Northern Arizona University, so don't worry.
3/16 Magma Fest: Marzanna, Steve Fisk, Harvey Sid Fisher, Imaginary Pants, Slim Moon and What Army, Autococoon, Ten Thousand Tigers, RC Love and the Goodness Gracious, and Moon Joe (2 year old + dad)
Posted By e_j_buster on 03/16/2013 at 06:31PM
The mystery and intrigue continue tonight with TWO shows at 20th and Union in Seattle!
Come see underground strange pop icon, Marianne Nowottny, in her first Seattle performance ever!!! Or will it be her arch nemesis/best frenemy, Marzanna?
Nobody here at Hollow Earth Radio knows for sure which one it will be! Find out with us at 20/20 Cycle tonight!!!
(Marzanna dropped by the station to say hello on Konspiracy Korner Thursday night! Check out the podcast here.)
Also at 20/20 Cycle tonight, Steve Fisk:
and Slim Moon and What Army.
Plus, come for the early show (at 5) next door at Hollow Earth Radio for a rare live performance by Harvey Sid Fisher!!!
Also performing at the early show will be Autococoon. Here's a Hollow Earth Radio favorite from Autococoon:
and Ten Thousand Tigers (Arrington De Dionyso & Thollem McDonas),
RCC Love and the Goodness Gracious,
and 2 year old Moon Joe:
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