This week on the show, we’re joined by poet and music journalist Noah C. Lekas and Ethan Miller of Howlin’ Rain and Comets on Fire. They’ve got a new collaboration featured on Sounds From the Shadow Factory, a 10″ record from Blind Owl: a rock & roll adaptation of “Saturday Night Sage,” the poem from Lekas’ recent book of the same name. The two joined us for a discussion about spoken word, their paths in psychedelia, blue collar mysticism, and the current state of the counter culture. Heading deep underground, this week on Transmissions.
The Speed At The Heart Of The World’s Most Beautiful Soup Can, The Roar And Burn Of Chopper Wheels In Your Bedroom And The Beatles Going Very Fast: An infinitesimal scratch at the surface of speed in popular art. By Ethan P Miller (Howlin’ Rain)
Ethan Miller has been living a frantically creative life in Oakland, CA since 2002. His passion for constructing new musical experiences is insatiable, as evidenced via his work in Comets On Fire, […]
Just got a hold of this Howlin’ Rain show recorded this past May in London at the Luminaire. Download: MP3: Howlin’ Rain’ :: Dancers At The End of Time MP3: Howlin’ Rain’ :: Calling Lightening MP3: Howlin’ Rain’ :: Death Prayer MP3: Howlin’ Rain’ :: In Sand & Dirt MP3: Howlin’ Rain’ :: Nomads MP3: Howlin’ Rain’ :: Roll On MP3: Howlin’ Rain’ :: Keep Me Hangin’ On ———- Amazon: […]
“Howlin’ Rain make music to beat the steering wheel of your van to, or sing along with while drinking whiskey in the bathtub, on a Saturday night, with your dog.” […]