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Rocky Mountain Revival

Rocky Mountain Revival is an Audio Art Journal. What does that mean? We are a haven for readers, writers, singers, storytellers, audio artists, listeners and dreamers; an oasis for story-thirsty wanderers; an island of freedom in an ocean of thought tyranny surrounded by sharks that feed on the imagination. And no, we are not exaggerating. We support all arts, though we have a focus on literature and music. Generally speaking, each episode features a special musical guest and short story, though we reserve all rights to deviate from that formula whenever we deem necessary.
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Now displaying: April, 2015
Apr 29, 2015

Poetry, Poetry and more poetry. Poets include: Sean Michael Wilson, Nancy Stohlman, Joshua Robert Long, Abigail Mott and Tovio Roberts. The music weaving this episode together is The Way Birds Are from the album Lava Lava. A very special musical treat will be revealed at the end, which may or may not be the new Rocky Mountain Revival theme song. We're not giving anything away...

Apr 14, 2015

In which Griffith James Snyder of up and coming band Inner Oceans discusses his long, fruitful, and sometimes toilsome musical history. We listen to four songs from different eras of Griff's music, we talk about the muse and the harnessing of that great, ghastly "ghost" of art and inspiration. Lots of name dropping occurs. Griff consumes 1.5 beers and Levi partakes of 2 fermented beverages. 

Apr 1, 2015

"Yume" written by Levi Andrew Noe is a speculative fiction thriller of revenge, destiny and the reality of one man's dream. Set in a near-future Tokyo, "Yume" will keep you on the edge of your seat and may or may not leave you with a hankering for green tea ice cream. 

Born in Denver, realized in Tokyo, Shibuya Terminal is the obsessive outpouring of music from Pierce Murphy. With a voice steeped in pounk and indie rock but educated by the jazz tradition, he creates a passionate sound with sharp lyrics and intricate arrangements.

 

 

teeped in punk and indie rock but educated by the jazz tradition, he creates a passionate sound with sharp lyrics and intricate arrangements.

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