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We are an online (streaming only) diy radio operating out of an
attic public space in Seattle's Central District. We feature found sound, field recordings, story-telling, dream-collecting, radio plays, live house shows, local in-home performances and content given to us BY YOU. We support local and northwest music and other underground music from around the world. We broadcast 24 HOURS A DAY everyday.
Sun Nov 2 - 8:00 PM
Tomo Nakayama is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter from Seattle, Washington. "Fog On The Lens" is his first solo album, made after nearly a decade fronting beloved Seattle chamber-pop band Grand Hallway, and composing for and acting in Lynn Shelton’s Sundance Grand Jury nominated film “Touchy Feely”.
Co-produced and mixed by Yuuki Matthews of the Shins, "Fog On The Lens" was recorded during Tomo's stint as Artist in Residence at Town Hall Seattle. Given free access to the historical building, Tomo used a single USB mic and a laptop to turn the space into his own recording studio. The resulting album is a lush, dreamy collection of melodic folk/pop songs with layers of analog synths and home made keyboard textures.
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Make a $15 donation (OR MORE) to Hollow Earth Radio and get yourself an awesome t-shirt, featuring the sure to be a classic Hollow Earth Radio Magma Festival 'When's It Gonna Blow?' image illustrated by Shana Cleveland (of La Luz. Also includes subtle advertising for the Hollow Earth Radio voicemail number (to leave drunk dials, PSA's, dreams, paranormal encounters, etc. 206 588 KHER). If you donate $15 you should expect to get a shirt in the next 4-6 weeks. Shirts come in Wow Pink, Baby Blue, and Mellow Yellow. Get one here.
Late Nights for the Longing
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Program Description: Late Nights for the Longing (LNftL) is arranged to play music of underrepresented artists in the NW and beyond. Providing airtime for in-studios, new music, and support of local music happenings for the underground-DIY music/arts community of the NW. The program also airs live recordings of shows taking place in alternative spaces in the NW, produced by music documentation project, Off Tempo. Story behind the program: When I was in my younger days - youth, as we call it in the biz - I had insomnia. Still have it, but it’s not as often and as bad as it was. I drew and wrote comics, so it seemed that activity was a perfect fit with my insomnia for an OCD driven 16 year old kid. Unfortunately, my parents had set a bed time to be 9:00. It was a seemingly arbitrary time with a semi-logical reason to go to bed and it didn’t make any sense to me since I was always barely sleepy. I also lived on a farm fifteen miles out of town, which is a lot when you can’t drive a car and can’t/don’t go into town unless it’s for school or trips with your parents. It’s that sentiment of isolation that brings out the worst feeling of lonliness. So in these consistent funks of loneliness and depression while attempting to sleep between 9:00PM and 1:00AM I would listen to the radio in hopes that I could hear someone else talk over the other end of the wire. I would intimately listen to what was coming through my headphones over the “Alternative” radio station. I’d listen to tapes, or playback They Might Be Giants until I’d fall asleep. Listening to Loveline was incredibly important to me, not due to the hilarious (mostly sex-based) and interesting discussions but because there were two people on the other end that were listening and that you could talk to… About your sexy problems… Late Nights for the Longing is about that: someone being on the other end of the radio for the periods of the night where you might not be able to sleep, your lonely, you have to study, you want to dance in your room in your underwear to your favorite music.