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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.
MAGMA FESTIVAL 2015 IS HERE
ALL SHOWS AND INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND HERE: http://www.magmafest.org
Stunning 'When's it gonna blow' poster feat Hollow Earth's Esther the Cat by Rèmy Coutarel http://r3myte.tumblr.com/
Sat Mar 28 - 5:00 PM
Hollow Earth Radio is honoured to take part in the 2nd Annual Jackson Street Jazz Walk which coincides with the Pratt Fine Arts Centre annual Open Day.
Jackson Street is the place to be!
Our Sound Explorers will be playing horns on street corners & jamming on side walks... explorers include (but are not limited to):
Eric Ostrowski (violin)
Kevin Lewis (electric cello)
Lauren Swiderski (cello)
Pat Schowe (drums)
Dain Norman (guitar)
Adam Levitt (sax)
Wilson Shook (sax)
Blake DeGraw (trombone)
Tarsier Eyes (guitar)
Guitar Mike (guitar)
The Doll (hunting horn)
There will be face painting & colouring-in & bubbles at our HQ on the corner of Jackson & 20th...
The Rainer Scholars will be roaming the streets & venues recording people & sounds. They will be heading to Jackson Street after finishing up their weekly radio show at Hollow Earth
The recordings from the Jazz Walk will be broadcast the following Saturday 12 - 2pm and uploaded to https://soundcloud.com/hollowearthradio
"Jackson Commons and Isola Homes are proud to present the second Jackson Street Jazz Walk.
With the help of so many great bands and local support, we're "Bringing Jazz Back to Jackson Street" for a night of FREE music, spread across eight venues.
This year, we welcome Industrial Revelation, Tubaluba, Grace Love Band, Congress, Gail Pettis, Cornish Jazz. Reggie Goings, Thione Diop, Danny Quintero, Tim Kennedy's Reggae Band, The Syrinx Effect, JazzEd, Alex Dugdale, Ari Joshua, Michel Navedo & Jason Goessl, the Honeyville Rascals, Public Radio, and Laura Rosok.
See the full schedule, locations, and more about the night at www.jazzwalk.org.
In addition to all the great bands, Pratt's One Hot Night gives you a chance to check out the studios and artists in this neighborhood arts center, Hollow Earth Radio will be bringing part of its Magma Festival to the scene including activities for kids.
Plus a special collaboration with Freshest Roots.
If you made it last year, you know you don't want to miss it! If you've never gone, now's a great time to come check out Jackson Street. All events are between 16th and 21st Ave S, and be sure to check the website for special performances leading up to this incredible night of free music.
Thanks to Isola Homes, Lake Union Partners, Uncle Ike’s, Capitol Hill Housing, Low Income Housing Institute, Dan Sanchez, Carrie Haymond, Colman Neighborhood Association, Leschi Community Council and private donations for making this event possible and FREE TO ALL!"
Sat Mar 28 - 8:00 PM
SIC ILL (Tacoma)
Sun Mar 29 - 8:00 PM
"Undeniably enchanting and mythical soundscapes ... incredibly dreamy." - KEXP
"Seattle's premier goth-gaze-techno outfit... The trio seemed to have been beamed in from a European metropolis circa 1989, blurring elements of Durutti Column, Cranes, and '90s German techno from the Tresor label." - Dave Segal, The Stranger
"Aubrey Bramble’s spectral voice [is] the pitch-perfect soundtrack for an apocalyptic prom... Songs for empty cities, flashing lights, the rain turning into ice." - Nada Mucho
Anacortes, Washington based songwriting duo, Luuk Honey and Hannah Stephens, known as SiLM: the reflection of the moon upon the water. Wander dreams.
Joshua Medina is a guitarist, singer, songwriter and experimenter living in the Pacific Northwest. He has been performing live since 2009 under his own name, as well as the monikers Groves and Overcasting. 2015 sees the first proper release from the musician; a collaboration with producer/synth wizard Paurl Walsh on Seattle's own Hanged Man Recordings.
Hollow Earth Chat
The Secret Meaning of Things
Fridays, 2-4 pm
DJ Vox Sinistra
Program Description: "A way-leftfield dose of 80s postpunk esoterica and 45rpm obscurities from Seattle’s streaming-only Hollow Earth Radio. I believe the DJ’s name is _______, but she tends to lay pretty low and let her weirdo, 'mutant sound' record collection do the talking for her." - Dynamite Hemorrhage