Charismatic Weird Pop - Billings, MTRead More
Hip Hop / Alternative - Billings, MTRead More
Phil tries his hand with a monologue, broadcasting from his kitchen late at night, overworked and a lil buzzed up. His band Bull Market is hitting the road and they released a tape! You can hear it here. Monologue + music. Seems like a decent recipe. Let's see how this goes!Read More
Post Punk / New Wave / Neo Psych - Missoula, MTRead More
Uniquely Crafted Herbal Goods - Tillamook, ORRead More
Wastoids Bull Market are hitting the road with their new cassette tape, Loaners. Listen to it here or catch them in your PNW city this July!Read More
Visual Art - Billings, MTRead More
Indie Rock - Bozeman, MTRead More
Episode 15Read More
Jazz - West Yellowstone, MT / Kansas City, MORead More
August 9th & 10th - Billings, MTRead More
We are officially reopening submissions for our Dreyfest Poetry Jam! In its third year, this event features collaborations between poets and others (musicians, noise makers, paper crumplers, dancers, artists, etc.) exchanging art with audiences in thought-provoking ways. The event takes place at Craft Local (2413 Montana Ave, Billings, MT) on Friday, August 9.
Performers are chosen based on the material provided in their application and adherence to event's emphasis on spoken word and poetry.
By submitting, you agree that your words are yours alone and not intended to cause harm to others, and that you are responsible for any language that you choose to share. No homophobia, racism, sexism, or fascism tolerated.
Submissions can be up to 8 minutes in length.
NOTE: if you’re performing with someone else or doing a collaboration, it’s also suggested that you answer these questions together. However you wanna do it, one response per group, please.
Submissions must be received by June 30th.
Eric Toennis - Fiction - Eugene, ORRead More
Mario Miner is one cool dude. He makes guitar amps out of ammo cans, grenade canisters & cow skulls, and he makes some rad distortion pedals. And he has a band that kicks ass! Phil and Mario talk about Mario's history growing up near the Fort Belknap Reservation and how that informs the work he does in a DIY mode. They also talk about The Reddmen, the blues, substance abuse, and they mess around with some of Mario's homemade music gear.Read More
Jesc Gallegos - Poetry - Billings, MTRead More
In the latest broadcast of Waste Radio, Waste correspondents Eric Toennis and Chris Tsekouras journey to the heart of the witch's lair for a very special episode. On a farm outside Tillamook, OR they sit down with herbal artist Laura Sanders of Rogue Witch Apothecary and visual artist Sara Dread to talk about witchcraft, paganism, magic, and what it means for them to be witches in their daily lives. They even do a tarot card reading!Read More
Austin Finn - Essay - Brooklyn, NYRead More
In the first official episode of Philthy Talk (and the opening of Waste Radio!), Phil has musician, entrepreneur, jiu jitzu student, and conversationalist Drew McMannus over to talk about a bunch of shit, including climate change, The Hussle, discipline, revolution, and Drew's band Satsang. Check out their new record Kulture wherever you get music!
We have renamed our book club feed in the spirit of providing an open platform much like our website, to which people can submit work and “try out” podcast ideas without going thru the rigamarole of setting up their own channel. We are thinking of it as a sort of incubator for eggs like Philthy Talk. If you have an idea for a podcast, send a pilot to firstname.lastname@example.org! And be on the lookout for more stuff from Waste Radio every Wednesday.Read More
In this episode Waste correspondent Phil Griffin had Don Corcoran over for a long conversation about addiction, pleasure, family, fundamentalism, and dying, among many other topics. Don has a progressive form of blood cancer and was leaving for a possible cure treatment just days after this recording, and yet he still made time to tell his story & talk.Read More
Join us this month as we discuss Chris Ryan and Cacilda Jethá nonfiction book about prehistoric human sexuality, Sex at Dawn!
If you're looking for a comfortable read, you're likely not going to find it here. The authors of this book pull no punches as they undertake a big task: undermining what they call the "standard narrative of human sexuality," which they see as potentially very harmful to humans given how we likely evolved and behaved for hundreds of thousands of years.Read More