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Episode 02 of WAYWARD WORSHIP produced for Portland, Oregon’s Art Religion, WE THE HALLOWED (soundcloud.com/wethehallowed)

This episode was recorded live at The Waypost (www.thewaypost.com) in PDX, OR on January 26th, 2017..

Produced, edited and Hosted by Revel Rosz (www.revelrosz.com)

Brother Jimbo (www.brotherjimbo.com) deftly gabs about his personal development as Music Magus, marrying musical theorem and metaphysical musings to produce a barrage of multimedia magicks in the modern digital age.

Lloyd Daylight (www.facebook.com/lloyddaylight) performs a couple soliloquies from his strange and beautiful repertoire, exorcising the topics discussed with a couple songs that would make a weary man punch the ghosts that sour the somatic with a spectacular sweetness.

Please share, subscribe, review and reach out to be apart of Portland’s community-thunder-asunder, the collective intent to HAUNT ON long after we’re gone through art and ideas – WE THE HALLOWED!!

Theme song “Westward Ho” by DAKOTA SLIM (dakotaslim.net) from the forthcoming CACTUS CROWN album.

Interlude music from Bryan Bruner and his custom synthesizer transmogrifier, recorded live at a previous taping of WW a the Waypost.

From Revel

At last, after weathering the psychic tundra of a transmogrifying couple of months, WAYWARD WORSHIP is back in the fold.

We The Hallowed hosted live tapings of Wayward Worship over the last six months at our recently concluded residency at the Waypost in Portland, Oregon.  These dates were beautiful anchors during these tempestuous months, ushering me back to the brilliant community we have birthed.  I am forever grateful for all who helped make these fun and informative, deep and gratifying, weird and wonderful, surprising and goofy bewitching public salons.

During this episode, I had a few whiskeys.  Okay?  Listen, I was battling a cosmic shift in personal resolve and domesticity- floundering in the ruins of a long-term paradigm whilst reconciling a, new, intense, psychic fever of an intense new one.  I was in the thick of it, so to speak.  

While Jimbo and I had a brilliant conversation, towards the end we got a little loose and humorously devolved into goofball-dom with the audience.  I’m going to miss the residency for these exact moments: beautiful breaks in the otherwise deep and involved conversations.

Now, in early March, I have seemingly found my sea-legs amongst my inner sea-change. 

A release frequency has been drafted for new episodes to premiere weekly.  All interviews and performances captured during our residency dates will be featured in oncoming episodes.

Now with the residency concluded, WAYWARD WORSHIP will reformat to an intimate setting, conjuring conversations and performances from guests outside of the Pacific Northwest via telecommunication and mostly outside the confines of a rigid event schedule in an audience-led atmosphere.

There will be more WAYWARD WORSHIP salons / events.  Stay tuned for more info.


If you’d like to chat with Revel Rosz about utilizing metaphysical means to create, join the collective, share some art or gab about the phantasmagoric fallacy of existence, e-mail Revel at revelrosz@gmail.com.

¡Haunt On!

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SALON #4 Video

Revel Rosz spliced together a 7 minute video of songs from last night’s performers, Lloyd Daylight and Megan Spear of Woodwinds!

Our very own Tuxedocat became a professional Tarot reader last night and released our first AUDIO SIGIL now available at our BANDCAMP.

Special thanks to The Waypost for hosting our monthly salons!

The documentation will be standard post salon, henceforth!

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Tonight, we release our first AUDIO SIGIL



 #1 curated By TUXEDOCAT


released July 27, 2017

– Kathy Acker: The Loneliness of Pussy

– Sexy Coyote: Never

– Aleister Crowley: At Sea

– Spare Spells: Neither/Neither

– Strange Chan: Modern Man

– Womb Improvisations


©We The Hallowed 2017
All Music used by permission from the individual artists or under public domain
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