Tue, 11 February 2014
Told ya! We had no doubts. We are really stoked about the show and all the interviews, information, and interesting add ons that we want to bring you in upcoming episodes.
This episode was pretty special for us to make. It didn't start that way. At first we were both going to do informational segments. I know I had mine prepared and ready to go, and I am almost positive that Mojo's segment was polished to gleaming as well.
Those segments so didn't happen. I had asked on Facebook if anyone wanted to weigh in on my "Forgiveness" (now) series. The specific topic was on "forgiving onself" and we got some great replies. I opened my email to find a well thought out response from a dear friend. When I read her response I knew that we had to invite Brenda Titus on the show to share her thoughts on forgiveness and the work she is doing in that vein. Brenda is a hypnotherapist and you can find her at Orange County Hypnotherapy. You can join or follow Brenda at her at her Healing Path Hypnosis facebook page.
Our feature album AND first segment are all HEATHER DALE. Heather Dale ROCKS. We love her! When you meet her you will too. We love you too Ben! Mojo got to sit down over skype and talk with Heather about her new crowdfunding project. We think the Celtic Avalon tour would be massively successful and so much fun. To view and support Heather's project click here. You know you wanna!
Sadly, very sadly, we cannot make it to Pantheacon this year. Our friends Sharon and Winter are playing the Cedar/Pine room on Saturday night at 9pm, with their band Pandemoneaon. From the album Dangerous Beauty we hear The Tower and Queen of Shadows.
Thu, 23 January 2014
Hey hey hey! We are back. Again. This time for real. I think we've slayed all the demons that were harassing us. If not slayed, at least have them locked up in a cage so we can poke at them once in awhile.
Sadly, a friend and Pagan leader has left this World to go onto different things. Eddie Gutierrez (aka Hyperion and/or Dr E, passed away suddenly of a heart attack on January 14. He was only 38 years old. We asked Devin Hunter to join us and share some memories of Eddie. Thank you so much Devin!
Sparrow continues her thoughts on "Forgiveness" and delves into the Buddhist point of view.
Last, but certainly not least, we have my favourite. Mojo Kemp with Human Zoo. This song is not yet on an album or cd but can be ordered through iTunes.
Thank you for downloading the show. We missed you!
It'a all about the Love.
Thu, 7 November 2013
Holy Smoly, what a ride it has been!
Hey everyone, just a quick update to let everyone know that we are still here. Thank you for staying subscribed!
It's All About the Love!
Thu, 5 September 2013
AND...We're back, and a bit silly.
Thank you all for being so patient and supporting us through these difficult times. In this episode we catch you all up with what's been happening in our lives. There is a very happy announcement that we make in this episode about a friend and TWW contributer (actually, a bit closer even that that) so stay tuned.
We get all fancy and philosophiser like with our friend, Dr. Brendan Myers. Classing up the show some. Brendan, I CAN and I WILL call you DOCTOR if I please. You've earned it.
WE HAVE NEW MUSIC AND WE ARE SHARING IT WITH YOU! Three of our favourite ladies have recently released new albums. The Feature Album this episode comes from Miss Bekah. That's miss Bekah Kelso to be exact. Bekah's new album is called Within the Shifting Shade. It is so very very good. From that album we hear Grey's not Easy, Love Who I Love, and In the Blue.
Sharon Knight and Winter rock our socks with Fire in the Head from the newly remastered and released Neofolk Romantique V2. To round out the musical selection of some of our wonderful friends, is Kellianna. Kelliana, you made me cry with Danny Boy (scroll down the page after clicking the link to listen to more songs) from Traditions. Seriously Woman? Was that your point?
Oh Wigglian Nation, we do so love you! We love that you've stuck by us and are here for us to make a show for. It's all about the Love. Don't let anyone tell you different!
Sat, 13 July 2013
We've come to the end of our hiatus. Thank you for all your kind words and the love that you sent while we have been going through this difficult time. Your love and support has meant so much to Mojo and I.
The Wigglian Way missed Pagan Values month but we did want to weigh in, so in this episode we talk about Forgiveness. We all will have to forgive or be forgiven at some point and how does that affect our spirituality? Of course, we will give a brief review of Sun Wheel Pagan Arts Festival. It's difficult to give an unbiased account so we don't. Too many amazing friends!
Mojo and I take this time to thank Devin Hunter for all the work he has done on the Modern Witch podcast. Devin, remember that if/when you are ready to come back to podcasting you will be welcomed back with open arms. This we know.
While we were on hiatus we were lucky enough to receive A LOT of music in the mail. Snail mail. A LOT.
To kick off the sharing of what we've received, our Feature Album is Last Call by The Secret Commonwealth. In our first break we have Man Overboard and One Shot. To end the show we will hear Dubhachas (I'll Dream of Times Like This).
In our second break we hear from Myth Magic, Dragonfly, by Kan'nal and The Greenman by Michelle Mays from The Golden Section.
Thanks for walking The Wigglian Way!
Wed, 29 May 2013
We are back with a guest, special prizes, and some great new music!
Our friend Ed, from Sun Wheel Pagan Arts Festival and the Edmonton store Where Faeries Live, came for dinner. He helped us inaugurate our new bbq grill and stayed for an interview. Ed tells us what we can expect at this year's festival and a bit about himself. Thank you, Ed!
While we were away on hiatus we came into a whole whack of new music and we are sharing it with you on this episode. Our feature album is self titled by Tuatha Dea and we hear Ailein Duinn, Loch Lomond, and to end the show Piper's Play.
Remember to get your entries for the contest mention on today's episode by June 12, 2013 to be eligible for those two wonderful prizes.
Thanks for sticking with us, and thank you, for walking The Wigglian Way!
Sun, 24 March 2013
I can't believe he called me a "geeky dork" just because I like a certain board game. Hmmpfft!
That's all right though because this episode rounds out our un-official Ember Days Musical Ladies series which was a two part series. Mojo sat down with Bekah Kelso to talk about her career and Ember Days the Movie, Thank you for joining us via Skype Bekah and taking the time away from that little man of yours.
Our Feature Album is Mudblossom by, of course, Bekah Kelso. From that album we hear Bang Bang, Maybe By Spring, and Upon Finding Myself.
We round out the musical selection by featuring two more cuts from The Ember Days Soundtrack. From Alexander James Adams we have Ice Storm. We Are Shangri-La, by SJ Tucker, completes our musical selection.
Thank you so much for downloading the show. Thanks for walking The Wigglian Way!
Wed, 13 March 2013
This is such an amazing show that we had to break it up into two segments!
Well, the truth is we didn't have enough room on our server to combine our two amazing interviews into one show so we split them up.
This episode we have an interview with SJ Tucker. SJ has composed most of the soundtrack for Ember Days, which is soon to be released, and we will let SJ tell you more this week. Bekah Kelso is with us for Episode 117 and she will have more to share about the movie and the soundtrack in that episode.
From Ember Days we hear Poem of War, Winter's Ritual, and Treachery is Afoot by SJ Tucker. To complete the Soojapalooza we hear Snake Star Song from For the Girl in the Garden and Taglio (some say Mojio) from Solace and Sorrow.
We are so blessed to be friends with such wonderful people like Sooj and all our listeners. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Tue, 26 February 2013
First, I seem to have a code in my node but that didn't stop us from making this episode. Twice. Long story, but I think Mojo covers it in the show.
Wow, did we ever have a great time at Pantheacon 2013. For anyone who missed it, we missed you, and we hope to see you next year. Both of us LOVE the atmosphere at Con. It's so us and we have so much fun.
Some of the fun we had included gorgeous ladies of music. I got to interview Wendy Rule and Sharon Knight. Together. At the same time. I was sweating (er...glowing) bullets. However, they were both so kind and so generous with their thoughts that they made it easy for me. I know you will enjoy the interview.
Of course, considering that they are both musicians, all our music this episode comes from Wendy and Sharon. The feature album is Live at the Castle on the Hills, by Wendy Rule. From that cd we hear Dance of the Wild Faeries, Animus, and Guided by Venus.
We were so lucky to win a silent auction at Pantheacon for a gorgeous Grandfather drum called "SunDog". He is a beautiful and already well loved part of our coven and the rest of the group hasn't even met him! "SunDog" was created by Don Schulz who is the proprietor of The Different Drum. Thanks so much Don!
That wraps that up! Thanks for listening! Thanks for walking, The Wigglian Way.
Thu, 14 February 2013
Do you know the way to San Jose? We do, and this time it isn't by plane. We are driving it we are so hard core.
You know who will be at Pantheacon? Jason Mankey. Jason is also our guest this show. Thanks for taking the time to spend with us, Jason.
On this episode we also share with you our Pantheacon workshop choices. With the best intentions, we make this list every year. Every year we hardly go to any workshops. There are so many people to meet and talk to!
Another exciting thing that has happened lately is SJ Tucker finished the soundtrack for Ember Days and she gave us (WIGGLIANS!!) a sneak peak. You get to hear part of the soundtrack early. From the movie, Ember Days, we present We Were Angels Once and Among the Heroes.
Our feature album is HEAVY. It needs to be heavy to balance SJ"s soundtrack. What is heavy enough? MaterDea's Satyricon is heavy enough! From that album we hear the title track Satyricon, Lady of Inverness, and Between the Temple's Walls.
Thank YOU for taking the time to download the show. We hope you are enjoying it. Thanks for walking, The Wigglian Way.