At any time pay attention to Artwork Bell? His “Coast to Coast AM” broadcast was syndicated in a zillion radio stations throughout the nation and if you, like me, were a curious kid generally awake way much too late at evening in the late 80s and early 90s, you listened to Bell’s clearly show about aliens and Bigfoot and time vacation. It was comforting, bizarre, and a very little radio adventure all in one.
Effectively, that is what Ken Layne’s “Desert Oracle” is like way too. Probably not fairly as freaky as Bell’s present, but really dang very similar. Layne broadcasts out of Joshua Tree, California, fixating on all-points Mojave Desert. He touches on UFOS, of class, but also the peculiar goings on way, way out in the hottest center of nowhere. If you ever find your self driving pretty late at night via the emptiest of Nevada, say, or Utah, you want Desert Oracle actively playing on your stereo. Trippy audio, Layne’s zonked-out nasal-y monotone maintaining you company, and alerting you to the risk of the unexplainable going on. Or just to the destiny of joshua trees.
“Desert Oracle” is also a quarterly publication and now a guide, which we’ll overview shortly sufficient, but the podcast is accessible on iTunes, and is, effectively, just pay attention to it.
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– Justin Housman
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