A Darker Shade of Pagan: Top Ten of 2011

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While I generally keep my music podcast A Darker Shade of Pagan from getting entangled in the daily workings of The Wild Hunt, every once in awhile I like to alert my readership of some great Pagan and Pagan-friendly music that I come across. Since I just posted my ADSOP top ten of 2011 show, I thought I would share what I thought were some of the best albums that speak to the Pagan soul from the past year. Consider it a gift-giving guide to the Pagan in your life looking for something different … [Read more...]

Images from Faerieworlds Harvest 2011

Singer-songwriter SJ Tucker being very tall.

Yesterday I discussed my impressions of Faerieworlds, a Pagan-friendly event that takes place in Eugene, Oregon, today I'd like to share some more images from my time there. In addition, I also urge you to check out the latest episode of A Darker Shade of Pagan, which features an interview with Oliver s.Tyr of Faun, recorded at Faerieworlds Harvest (there's also some great music to listen to).I hope you enjoy the photos. Websites for those featured: … [Read more...]

Reaping a Faerieworlds Harvest

Faerieworlds communal altar.

It's a rare and wonderful think to have a major Pagan-friendly event happening in your figurative backyard. Living in Eugene, Oregon (home of the Slug Queen) I'm lucky enough to attend the yearly Faerieworlds festival during the Summer and witness amazing Pagan (and Pagan-friendly) bands like Faun, S.J. Tucker, Woodland, and Stellamara play in a friendly, colorful, and creative atmosphere. This year, in addition to the now-traditional Summer festival, they are holding a Harvest event taking … [Read more...]

(Pagan) Music Mondays: Faun and The Machine in The Garden

Welcome to (Pagan) Music Mondays, a new semi-regular feature here at The Wild Hunt! As many of you may know, I'm a lover of music, and have spent many years exploring albums and artists that appeal to the Pagan spirit. I'd like to expose you to new releases by Pagan artists, and also to bands that explore lyrical themes relevant to our worldviews. This week for our inaugural edition I'd like to look at two albums that were released this past Friday: Faun's "Eden" and "Before and After the Storm" … [Read more...]


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