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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.
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Program Description: We play good music for your enjoyment. We plan to have in-studios featuring teen musicians.
Donate Some Dough And Get A Rad Hollow Earth Radio Tshirt Designed by Shana Cleveland (of La Luz)
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.
Posted By SLQTRRR Slashed Tires on 07/08/2013 at 11:19PM
Hello! Tonight on Late Nights for the Longing, we will be broadcasting a show LIVE! from Heartland, nestled in an undisclosed neighborhood of Seattle.
This night will feature the bands Superprojectoin, Tangerine, Lures and Seacats and is in support of the band Seacats embarking on a tour of some kind. We might have the time, chance, opportunity or whatever to interview some of these humans.
Get real or something.
Oh yeah– also, tune in. that's a really good idea.
Posted By DJ Dusty Mantle on 07/08/2013 at 03:20AM
Hollow Earth Radio presents another iteration in the ongoing Glossophonic Showcase reading series, organized by local small press/arts conglomerate Babel/Salvage.
It's happening on July 21st, from 6-8pm, and will be broadcast live on a special late version of the Buoy and Bellow Show. This third edition features the critically acclaimed poetry of Arlene Kim, Joe Milutis' avant abstractions, Erin Verginia's confessional prose, the sound/lyric collisions of Ambrosia Bartosek, and Donald Dunbar's projective verse. It's sure to be a compelling mix of styles, representing a broad swath of the Pacific Northwest's literary and performance scene.
Suggested donation of $3-$5!
Posted By DJ Josh on 07/03/2013 at 04:00AM
Another special satellite edition, this time from Black Coffee Coop in Capitol Hill (highly recommended). James Lough spoke to us about his new book, "This Ain't No Holiday Inn". True to the NEGaJ occult agenda we veered off topic into all kinds of wild areas like gentrification, individualism and the secure storage of urine. Ummm... you'll just have to listen, trust me.
Posted By DJ Garrett on 06/29/2013 at 12:18AM
Hollow Earth Radio will facilitate On the Air, a Radio Play Workshop July 15-19 (Monday through Friday) from 1-4pm for youth ages 13-18 years old. The 'On the Air' radio play workshop will give youth the opportunity to learn about the history of radio drama, making sound effects, writing radio plays and acting out their own creations. Youth will work together in groups to produce their own radio plays that will be broadcast on Hollow Earth Radio. The registration fee is $100, and there are scholarships available. To register for this camp, email firstname.lastname@example.org by July 12th.
This workshop will take place at Hollow Earth Radio (2018A East Union Street) in the Central District of Seattle!
Hollow Earth Radio is the Pacific Northwest's freeform online radio station that presents a forum for underrepresented music, sounds and perspectives. We support the local music community in Seattle, King County, Washington state, and the larger Pacific Northwest by focusing on found sound, field recordings, forgotten music, local musicians, bedroom recordings, low-fi demos, dreams, storytelling, and things that feel real.
This workshop was made possible by a grant from Seattle Arts & Cultural Affairs Youth Arts grant.
Posted By DJ Josh on 06/20/2013 at 06:54AM
I had the pleasure of hanging out and talking with local writer Eli Hastings at Cowen Park Grocery's cafe. Oh, and we taped the whole thing. We talked about all kinds of stuff including his book "Clearly Now the Rain". Check Eli out this Saturday (June 22nd) at Eliott Bay Books in Capitol Hill at 7pm. He'll be there doing readings and signing books. And I have it on good authority there will be some free drinks and snacks.