In August 2014, Hollow Earth Radio djs Traditional Girl, J-Slice & Corporal Tofulung held a Disco Ball Benefit - and raised enough to get two balls for the main room, one for the dj booth, & two mini balls for the notorious dual-toilet Throne Room.
The best dressed punter won the Disco Ball Sceptre (pictured on the album cover along with Patrice the permanently tripping chihuahua). Upon receiving the prize the winner demanded a Katy Perry song be played on the PA. He then performed a Solid Gold Dancer-styled floor routine for the remaining people, while his pants fell off.
Thanks to the musicians that supported us in our quest! We love you!
"Support your local community DIY radio station—Hollow Earth—and its galactically glamorous mission to acquire two mirrored disco balls to inspire fabulousness at the station. The tiny space/community-arts hub has a certain "grunge" aesthetic—informed even more so by a recent building flood—but this stratospherically billed electronic/disco show can make fabulous transformations possible. Two of Seattle's most excellent dance acts headline the night: Airport is the Seattle disco revivalist, making stellar beats wonky and propulsive enough to realign the cosmos. Vox Mod's utterly groovy astral production separates mind and body with psychotropic rhythm constructions. Elsewhere on the bill, Punishment's genuinely hilarious comedy routine/bizarro synth pop and Marcus Price's sublimely textured electronics should inspire glittering moves. It will also be the first performance for Fantasy A, a hiphop project formed at Garfield High School. Get your platforms on and boogie-oogie!"
- Brittnie Fuller, The Stranger