Posted By DJ Garrett on 11/09/2012 at 06:49PM
This Saturday we have a special event for you!
NOV 10th @ Hollow Earth Radio 8PM / All-ages / $7 suggested donation
"Don’t expect Daniel Higgs to rehash drone-rock band Lungfish’s glory days at this late date. The vocalist/guitarist/mouth harpist has gone off on an odder tangent since his legendary Dischord Records group went on hiatus in 2005. Now Higgs makes genuine freak folk—Sandy Bull as imagined by Flannery O’Connor on absinthe—that’s a conduit to spirit worlds of unfathomable beauty. Higgs’s rock past sometimes resurfaces, but it’s filtered into a gnarled backwoods surrealism that could scare the bejeezus out of Will Oldham. " - Dave Segal, the Stranger
This is in regards to Daniel's show at Cairo on FRIDAY. He's also playing Hollow Earth Radio on SATURDAY!
Daniel Higgs (ex-Lungfish) http://www.thrilljockey.com/thrill/Daniel-Higgs
Arrington De Dionyso http://arrington.bandcamp.com/album/slow-dancin-under-the-moon-tonight
Paul Hoskin http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_2m-K9RF-I
Just Added! Micaela Tobin of Thousand Statues! http://soundcloud.com/mtnoise
Posted By DJ Garrett on 10/24/2012 at 07:44PM
Mako Sica on tour from Chicago playing a special instudio at Hollow Earth Radio tonight. You should tune in at 9pm or just come on down. Really!
"Mako Sica is a Chicago band that features two former members of the underappreciated post-rock group Rope. However, post-rock doesn't really describe the sounds that Mako Sica make. Basically, Mako Sica sound like the more recent Dead Man Soundtrack-style Earth, if Earth were a Not Not Fun band. " - Permanent Records, Nov '09
Posted By Danger Dave on 10/07/2011 at 06:28PM
case + ctrl are Seattle local prog-rock tinged melters of faces! they're 'bout to unleash an 8 track recording on the masses, and We Jam Econo is thrilled to have them in-studio for a live performance in advance of the release and for a lil' interview 'bout all things c+c.
FB invite: INVITE
We'll be broadcasting / recording the whole show, and take pictures / videos too.
Posted By DJ Garrett on 08/24/2011 at 10:56PM
Tonight (AUG 24), free in-studio at Hollow Earth Radio! TOTALLY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC YA'LL. COME DOWN AND SLAM DANCE! REMEMBER THAT?
THIS IS GOING TO BE SO MUCH FUN! Ever since I got the new album it's been on constant rotation. I basically got into music because of bands like (early) Green Day, Crimpshrine, Lookout Records! yadda yadda. You can definitely hear the regional sound in this music and it makes me miss my Bay Area hometown!
www.streeteaters.com - You can stream their new album on Plan-It-X Records here!
"Street Eaters, a band formed around the concept of the absolute minimum number of compromises, is the fierce combination of Megan March and John No. Born in Berkeley & Oakland and calling the East Bay their home for their entire lives, the influence of the 90's punk scene weighs strongly on their sound. The band chews up its punk, riot grrrl and DIY influences/idols and spits out a joyous noise with characteristics of each, yet not quite resembling any. Meeting through Berkeley's notorious 924 Gilman St Project, March and No found themselves drawn to each other, both in their music and their personal lives. Though strictly romantic at the beginning, they held the same goals and aesthetics in terms of playing in a band with political leanings coupled with buzzing musical energy. Pausing from No's slot as the frontman for the Fleshies+Triclops! and March's seat behind the kit in Before The Fall+Neverending Party, Street Eaters began working on their earliest material. They quickly developed their voice by sharing the writing duties 50/50, call and response, sharing the mic; there are no silent partners in this band!"
FACEBOOK INVITE HERE
Posted By DJ Garrett on 07/13/2011 at 11:56PM
This is going to be a doozy! All-ages record release with friends the Pharmacy & MK Speeddial July 22nd. Starts around 9pm. Check the Facebook Invite.
We recently had the opportunity to review the new album out on Don't Stop Believin' and absolutely love it.
"NW Seattle. Snotty, quick, jangly punk. Frantic & fun rock n’ roll that is fortified by the singers versatile singing style. He’s got the endearingly unintelligble blahblahblah thing down pat, but where he really shines is when he takes the lead from Bobcat Goldthwait (circa the Police Academy years) and delves into sheer madness. There is even one song where he’s basically singing opera. WTF is right. This shit is the major leagues. Stegosaurus & Stupid Punk are may favs, but the whole album is great."