New Video: Pollination

Electric Earth Music

Spring is nearly here.  The trillium are blooming in the forest.  The bees are humming in the manzanita bushes, and the Corona virus just devoured the stock market.  Spring is a beautiful time of year, and this Spring the power of nature will be felt acutely all over the globe.  Here’s a little video in celebration of the power of nature and the spirit of springtime featuring an orgy of petals, pistols and pollen stimulated by the delicate fluttering of butterflies and accompanied by a soundtrack of original music for didgeridoo and homemade instruments by John Hardin.

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Author: john hardin

Artist bio: The writer in me says: “Don’t tell them who you are, show them what you do.” The artist in me says: “It must be strong, simple, bold, yet rich with detail, but above all, original.” The filmmaker in me says: “We need to contextualize your work by weaving the roots of the Psychedelic Revolution, the Environmental Movement, Gaia Theory, Future Primitivism and musical influences from Iannis Xenakis to Bart Hopkin into a narrative that portrays an iconoclast's struggle for cultural relevance from the forested hinterlands of rural Northern California within the greater post-industrial, post-post-modern, post-reality mind-fuck of the 21st Century.” The critic in me says: “Will that guy ever shut up?” The comedian in me says: “It has to make me laugh at least once.” The engineer in me says: “Don’t forget to tell them that you do it all off-grid, with solar power, using recycled materials.” And the improvisational musician in me says: “Cut! Great job everybody!”

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