Seattle's Hollow Earth Radio is seeking to raise money through an Indiegogo campaign to help the Central District internet station make the transition to low-power terrestrial radio on 100.3 FM, where it will be known as KHUH. The goals is to generate at least $25,000; there are 52 days to go in the campaign. Funds will go toward obtaining a transmitter and antenna and various administrative fees required to file with the FCC. The non-profit, volunteer-run HER airs some of the most adventurous and idiosyncratic content on the internet, including the cosmic music-oriented Edge of the Ape Oven, the jazz-intensive program Black Roots Radio, New Zealand-centric music show OC/DC, and the post-punk bonanza of The Secret Meaning of Things. Besides its eclectic radio output, HER also serves as an all-ages venue for challenging live music. In 2014, HER co-founders Amber Kai Morgan and Garrett Kelly were nominees for the Stranger Music Genius award. Find out more about HER's Indiegogo here and check out the informative video after the jump.