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- Week of March 22, 2015
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- Week of January 25th, 2015
- Week of January 18th, 2015
- Week of January 11th, 2015
- The Top 200 Songs of 2014
- Week of December 14th, 2014
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- Week of September 14th, 2014
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Posted by Tom on March 29, 2015
Radio theater is theater of the mind.
You have to construct symbols in your mind as you eavesdrop on the story from your safe remote location on the receiving side of the transmission.
Let’s open the time capsule to the 30s and 40s and explore the classic Radio Drama from the period.
In honor of World Theater Day, we have collected two extremely rare programs.
These two classic suspense thrillers survived only as air-check tapes. Alex Velocity, your host, will talk about how these programs were obtained during the podcast, so tune in! But first, dim the lights and find a quiet corner alone.
We’ve made an attempt to sonically improve them to make them easier to listen to, without taking away from the characteristic sound of old time radio which was done with primitive monophonic equipment.
Program 1 – The Halls of Fantasy – “The Jewels of Kali”
Ancient Hindu legend predicts certain death to anyone who defiles the lost temple of Kali. Do you think there is anything to those old stories? And if they are true, exactly who or what carries out the curse?
Program 2 – The Haunting Hour – “The Hands of Mister Smith”
Its a creepy tail of uncontrollable urges to do unspeakable things with your hands. Enter the mind of a confused criminal.
World Theater Day, The Halls of Fantasy, The Haunting Hour, YesterdayUSA, Dr Mabuse
Posted by Alex V on March 27, 2015
The Distortion of Sound is a documentary about the decline of sound quality and how technology has changed the way we listen to music. It will open your ears and inspire you to reach for richer, more soul-stirring musical experiences.
Posted by Alex V on March 26, 2015