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Portland, Oregon, United States | SELF

Portland, Oregon, United States | SELF
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Radical Fight Music For Non-Violent Activists - 2008 - sticks&stones
featuring "From The Bottom Up", "9 to 5", and "the Holy Mantra" all featured on KDHX, St. Louis' longest running community radio station.

If I Can't Revolt, It's Not My Dance, EP- 2009 - sticks&stones
Tour for this CD pinnacled with a three night headlining spot at The Living Theater in New York City, as well as a coveted spot at Mehanata in Manhattan.
track titled: "Fuck Shit Up" featured on internationally broadcast news show "It's The End Of The World As We Know It And I Feel Fine"
track titled: "This Is The Way To Doomsday" featured on internationally broadcast news show "It's The End Of The World As We Know It And I Feel Fine"

Up The Fight - 2010 - sticks&stones
Launch for this CD was to great avail, leading to a western tour of the US, touring with the film End:Civ.



Holy!Holy!Holy!, who takes the name from the late Allen Ginsberg, seer and poet of the new religions, have been wowing audiences, creating a loyal fan-base for three years, having played from Boston to San Diego and everywhere in between.
Being born from the energetic fires of punk rock and forged in the tribal, nomadic life, holy!holy!holy! has lived up to the moniker of gypsy punk. With a base in resistance, the band takes the power of indigenous resistance into the music and into the performances, which have been known to conjure lost spirits in the spaces they have played.
Michael is the original member, and center stage performer, writing the lyrics and singing the bulk of the songs, but this by no means lends itself to the lead man dynamic. Every member of the band is a vital force to be reckoned. Dreamlike chants to war inducing screams, heart beat drums to wandering fiddles, stoic accordion and mantra blessed harmonium have all blended to create this anarchistic chaos, leaving audiences exhausted from the dance!
H!H!H! promotes a return to land-based existence, in a primitive fashion, living in commune with the land and all of it's life. As part of the touring aspect of H!H!H!, Michael offers talks on various components of deep green resistance to corporate rule and domination, civilized mythology, and resistance support.