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THE WANDERING WOLF is songwriter Yoni Wolf's ongoing collection of field recordings from the road, unscripted internal monologues, self-reflective moments, and in depth conversations with musicians, artists, comedians, and interesting people of all kinds. These episodes stand to chronicle Yoni's life as a traveling bard and those he crosses paths with out there in the wild world.
 
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In this episode we met up at Edgewood Nursery with Lisa Willey to conduct an in person podcast on foraging and eating acorns. Lisa is an environmental scientist, educator and makes incredible foods using foraged ingredients. We’ll go over everything you need to know to harvest, collect, process and cook with acorns. Lisa discusses her technique for…
 
In this episode of the solecast I sit down with a crimethinc participant. I view crimethinc as some of my favorite philosophers of “anarchy,” with no adjectives. Throughout the pandemic their instincts have been spot on so I’m excited to share this conversation. We start off by discussing how we, along with hundreds of other anarchists and anti-fas…
 
In this episode of Solecast we chat with Ousman Ndure. Ousman is a farmer from Gambia who immigrated to Westbrook, ME. We talk about his life in Gambia, and how he managed an independent market farm. He goes in depth about growing cashews, peanuts, rice, millet, mangos, cassava, and other interesting greens like sour sour(Roselle Hibiscus). He also…
 
An in depth discussion with Scott Crow, co-founder of Common Ground Relief Effort in New Orleans, scott is also an author, musician and a spokesperson for the Agency collective. We talk about how anarchist strategies and ideas have evolved in the context of the pandemic. We discuss how dramatically daily life has changed, its near-term and future i…
 
In this episode of Propaganda By The Seed we talk with rooftop gardener & permaculturist Mike Spade of the Plant The Seed Project. We talk about Mike’s work in NY and Denver designing green roofs. Mike talk about the differences between growing with rooftop gardens in various climates and the crops that work well. We also get into some of the logis…
 
In this episode of The Solecast i re-air a recent interview I did with kidDead and Onwerd for their Imaginary Friends podcast. I enjoyed this conversation because its one of the loosest talks I’ve had in a while (it was happy hour on the East coast when this interview was conducted). As long-time Sole supporters and friends, the dynamic lent itself…
 
Today I sit down to talk to rapper/activist/producer Bloodmoney Perez about the CHOP (Capital Hill Occupied Protest), an autonomous zone formerly known as CHAZ(Capital Hill Autonomous Zone). This conversation is mostly about the significance of the autonomous zone that has been opened up in Seattle during anti-police protests in the wake of George …
 
In this episode of Propaganda By The Seed we talk with Eliza Greenman & Taylor Malone of the North American Fruit Explorers. We talk about Mulberries, their history , how to propagate them and the work they’ve done to uncover rare cultivars such as the Hicks Everbearing Mulberry. Mulberry leaves are surprisingly high in protein and an 8 year old tr…
 
In the wake of the brutal murder of George Floyd we have seen an unprecedented rebellion take shape across the so called United States. In this 2.5 hour episode I catch up with comrades all over the country to talk about what is going on and some analysis on current events, some challenges that lie ahead and dismantling the misinformation thats bee…
 
Today on Propaganda by the Seed we chat with Chris Homanics. Chris is an freelance plant breeder /organizer based out of the Pacific Northwest. This conversation is mostly about Chris’ Homesteader's Kaleidoscopic Perennial Kale Grex; how he created it, some methods for adapting it and many of the other possibilities for breeding Brassica oleracea. …
 
In this episode of The Solecast I chat with Brendan Mcquade and Mark Neoclous about concepts of policing, surveillance and security and how they are playing out in the Corona Virus era. Marc is the author of several books, such as Critique of Security, The Universal Adversary and many more. Brendan is a prior solecast guest and recently released Pa…
 
This episode of propaganda by the Seed we talk with Sweet Potato from The Food Forest Network. The Food Forest Network is a loose network of people sharing resources and developing food autonomy programs utilizing food forestry. Sweet Potato, AKA Yam currently resides at the Indian Bayou Food Forest, which was built in the direct path of the Line 6…
 
In this episode of Propaganda By The Seed we talk with Zach Elfers, mostly about ground nut (apios americana), a north american native root crop and legume that has 3 times the protein content of potatoes. Zach talks about the long history of indigenous use of ground nut as a staple crop in so called North America. We also discuss how to cultivate …
 
In this episode of The Solecast I sit down with Kevin Tucker of Black and Green Publishing / Wild Resistance Journal. We have a wide ranging conversation about empires, collapse and coronavirus. Kevin’s political analysis is rooted around primal anarchy; and sees anarchy as the natural state of humans, and civilization as the cage we desperately ne…
 
Propaganda by the Seed Its a Good Time To Start a Garden II This episode of propaganda by the Seed is a follow up to “It's a Good Time To Plant a Garden." In this episode we cover: Seed starting / hardening off of plants Good crops for low light / urban environments Growing in containers / small spaces Pest control Creating/maintaining healthy soil…
 
n today’s episode of the solecast we have an in-depth discussion of anarchic black radicalism with comrades from Ram Philly & Afrofuturist Abolitionists of the Americas. Anarchic Black Radicalism draws on the history of Black Panthers, early abolitionists, Black Nationalism/Liberation Movements and more to synthesize a distinct form of black anarch…
 
Today I sit down with Gabriel Kuhn to discuss his book Liberating Sápmi. The Sámi people are the indigenous peoples of Northern Europe who presently and historically inhabit a territory stretching from northern Scandinavia to western Russia called Sápmi. Many will be surprised to learn that there is an indigenous territory within Europe that doesn’…
 
In todays episode of Propaganda By The Seed we chat with Joseph Lofthouse about the Cooperative Gardens Commission (formerly Coronavirus Victory Gardens Commission). We talk about how to get involved with the Cooperative Gardens Commission and what they’re doing to link experienced farmers, up with new growers and people with access to land to buil…
 
In today’s episode of Propaganda By The Seed we wanted to do a basic gardening episode to get people growing in these dark times. Considering that this year is already full of uncertainty and chaos learning to grow food can only be a positive thing. In this episode we talk about the basics of starting plants from seed, preparing a bed using sheet m…
 
In this episode I talk with author & musician Margaret Killjoy. We start off discussing her new project Vulgarite, the musical approach and the concept behind it. We then get into a podcast she just launched called “How To Live Like The World Is Dying” based around an essay of the same name. Margaret is an interesting guest for the solecast because…
 
In this episode I talk with K-Death of Moodie Black. K-Death is a trans woman noise rap artist based out of Minneapolis. Moodie Black is dropping “Fuzz” on Fake Four Inc March 27th. K breaks down the new album and its inspiration and the “Moodhouse Festival” that they recently held in Minneapolis. We talk about K-Death’s vision for noise rap and he…
 
In this episode of the solecast I sit down with Carla & Zach Bergman to talk about rethinking the relationship between youth and adults. Carla is a filmmaker, activist and author of Joyful Militancy and her son Zach is an artist and electronic producer who puts out music under the moniker Sourgout. This interview talks bout un-schooling, the damage…
 
In this episode of The Solecast I chat with Scott Olsen and Graham Clumpner of About Face (Formerly known as Iraq Veterans Against The War). Scott and Graham were both involved in Occupy Oakland, Scott is most famously known for almost getting killed when OPD hit him in the head with a bean bag round that was followed by the first general strike in…
 
In this episode I chat with journalist Robert Evans who is the host of the podcasts "It Could Happen Here" and "Behind The Bastards Podcast." In this interview we talk about how the project came about, the research that went into it and how people responded to it. Robert discusses how his trips to Iraq & Syria made him realize that a civil war like…
 
In this episode we talk about Elderberry (Sambucus species) . Thier most commonly used today today to make a powerful herbal medicine. We talk about how to identify them for foraging and how to propagate and cultivate Elderberry shrubs. We discuss Elderberries' use throughout history to make everything from musical instruments to salves. With many …
 
In this super-long episode of the solecast I'm doing a deep dive into the impacts that streaming and corporate consolidation has had on the music industry. This is a very long episode, clocking in at almost 3 hours. Instead of splitting it up into a multi-part episode I wanted everything in once place, so people could treat this as a mini audio doc…
 
Dusty Hinz is co-founder of the Experimental Farm Network. The Experimental Farm Network is an open sourced social platform that allows for people to develop & breed crops, anything from perennial grains to improved varieties and hybrids of popular plants. They also distribute rare/unique seeds from experimental growers across North America in thei…
 
In this episode of the solecast we’re talking with Sara Falconer and Daniel McGowan of the “Certain Days Collective.” Certain Days puts out a calendar every year that donates its funds to RAPP (Release Aging People in Prison), Addameer Prisoners Support and Human Rights Association and more. It’s a collaboration between political prisoners currentl…
 
In this episode of the Solecast “plant of the month” series we will be talking about Stinging Nettle. While hated by many, Nettles are highly valuable to those that can appreciate their many positive attributes. Stinging Nettle is an herbaceous perennial that is found all over the world. They have been used throughout history as a medicine, a food …
 
For the season 2 premiere of the solecast i sit down with Cindy Milstein to talk about some recent themes they’ve been putting out through various talks and writings over the past year. Cindy talks about the resurgence of Jewish anarchist organizing in the states and its relation to the upswing of anti-Semitism we have seen in the past few years. W…
 
Here's a different kind of podcast about how to build DIY electronics with my good friend Otem Rellik. Otem Rellik is a rapper, producer and self taught builder of incredible electronics based out of Denver. In this podcast we'll talk about the basic concepts of building DIY electronics using Arduino, Rasberry PI, and Pure Data. Check him out on in…
 
This is a good conversation to have at the end of a strange year. For this episode I am joined by Alfredo of Occupied Southwest Distro to have a wide ranging conversation picking up on the themes in the book Desert. Desert is an anonymously written book which offers a sober assessment of our current material conditions and urges us to toss out-date…
 
Psyched to unveil “Plant of the Month…” A new podcast series w/ Aaron Parker of Edgewood Nursery focusing on perennial vegetables / unusual plants. For our first episode we’re gonna talk about Bunias Orientalis aka Turkish Rocket. Turkish Rocket is a perennial vegetable often used in forest gardens that produces small edible broccoli raab like flow…
 
146- Barrie (Lindsay). On the tail end of a 6 week North American tour they did together, Barrie and Yoni sit down backstage at the Fine Line in Minneapolis for a talk. They discuss touring, writing in DAWs vs. on a single instrument, the songwriting and recording process, Barrie’s early music days, mixing, and her future plans and aspirations.To s…
 
145- Miles Joris-Peyrafitte (Film Maker). While Yoni is in Brooklyn on tour, he and Miles get together at Yoni’s Airbnb for a talk. With Yoni’s partner Grace, they discuss what Miles has been up to lately, directing as the writer vs. directing with another person as writer, working on his most recent feature, Dreamland, Yoni’s current existential c…
 
Today on the Solecast I'm interview Televangel formerly of Blue Sky Black Death. Televangel is a beatmaker/composer from Oakland currently residing in Portland, Oregon. Unlike most artists I bring on the Solecast to talk about their work and their politics, Televangel does it with his instrumental music, not vocals. In this interview we discuss the…
 
In this episode of the solecast i sit down with my homey James Rotten of Denver Communists. In this conversation we are mostly discussing “Confront La Migra” and the organizing that lead to a 200+ Abolish Ice house demo at the warden of Aurora Ice Concentration Camp. We talk about some strategic and controversial/experimental decisions that were ma…
 
144- Christian Lee Hutson. While Christian is in southwest Ohio to visit his father, he and Yoni take a moment to get to know each other at a city park in Cincinnati. They talk about Bob Dylan, career longevity, quantity vs. quality, Christian’s drug-fueled youth, living with his dad in a motel in Venice Beach, working with Conor Oberst and Phoebe …
 
Today on The Solecast I speak with activist, author and asst professor at Naropa University, Stephen Polk. In this conversation we'll discuss his contribution to the book Globalism and Localization: Emergent Solutions to Ecological and Social Crises. Stephen talks about global warming and the the need for permaculturists to inform the large scale c…
 
In this Solecast I sit down with Eamon from the Radical People Podcast. The Radical People Podcast does in depth interviews about direct action campaigns and the individuals behind them. He gets deep into the life stories of people and what brings them to radical politics, and radical action. His interviews range from fighters in Rojava, water & la…
 
143- R.A.P. Ferreira (FKA milo). While Rory (R.A.P.) is in Cincinnati on tour, he stops by Yoni’s house for a convo. They talk about social media privacy for children, the rap hustle, Rory changing names from milo to R.A.P. Ferreira and why, production value in concerts vs. making a proper living, Rory’s writing process, being a rapper vs. a differ…
 
A talk between myself and DJ Pain 1 about our new album that we are crowdsourcing for called No God Nor Country. In this conversation we talk about our creative process, some of the things we’ve learned from our travels; the best of times and the worst of times. We talk about food, advice for people trying to be self sufficient and what’s been on i…
 
In todays episode i will be doing an in-depth “how to” episode with my homey Evan Doukas from Colorado. Evan is a preacher, a permaculturist, a father, a musician and also publishes homesteading/permaculture videos through his youtube channel, The Colorado Garden. In this episode Evan breaks down how to build a “Climate Battery Greenhouse” step-by-…
 
Pre-order here via kickstarter No God Nor Country is Sole and DJ Pain 1’s third album. Its a record about carving out a meaningful life of joy and resistance in uncertain and oppressive times. Since their last album, sole had a kid, bought a farmhouse in Maine, and Pain 1 also bought a house, as his career as an educator, producer and music mentor …
 
This episode of the Solecast is a re-air from Podcast panel at the 2019 Montreal Anarchist Bookfair. This panel was hosted by Mugs and its participants were From Embers, Rebel Beat / Changing On The Fly, Intersection’elle, and myself. We discussed anarchist podcasts in general, their role in the movement, Channel Zero, and the sort of feedback we h…
 
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