Archive for the 'Howlin’ Rain' Category

Monday, February 27th, 2017

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, Howlin’ Rain, Heron Oblivion and, most recently, Feral Ohms. With the Ohms album on the horizon (3/24), we caught up with Miller to discuss, among other […]

Monday, March 12th, 2012

Howlin Rain burned through L.A. a few weeks back in the midst of their Winter tour in support of their latest LP, The Russian Wilds. Visceral in execution, it was one of the best shows I’ve seen this year. HR’s Ethan Miller put together the following compilation for us  – a seven track companion of […]

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

I’ve been catching up on Ethan Miller’s blog, Silver Currant, over the past couple of months. Sporadically updated, Miller, who fronts Howlin’ Rain, presents a treasure trove of homemade psych compilations (and more) geared toward the obscure and out of print.  All very much worth checking out if that sort of thing does it for […]

Monday, July 21st, 2008

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: […]

Saturday, February 23rd, 2008

“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.” — Ethan Miller (Howlin’ Rain) Yeahhh, bring on the rock show. The above quote was taken from the initial Birdman Records press sheet, upon the […]

Monday, July 9th, 2007

I’ve got three pairs of tickets to go see the Howlin’ Rain show on Saturday night at The Echo here on the Eastside. I really love these guys — it’s like a 21st century ’70s rock band, but, you know…now. If you have seen these guys before, than you know the band is going to […]