Hosts and improvisers David Martinez and Michael Foster challenge each other and special guests each week to an audio mystery: solve the source and subject from a series of audio clues over the course of the episode. Perfect for a road trip, hanging out with friends, or as a personal solo challenge, Derek. Reach out to us @audioobscurapod and let us know when you solved it.
I Don't Think I Was Allowed To
Have you heard the good word? It's episode 110 of Audio Obscura! We're back to distance with David across the pond, and this week that son-of-a-gun Foster is heading back to the Robo-verse and playing for Robocop 3 medical adhesives. We debate the usefulness of note-taking and learn that Prince had to decide whether to try and ford the river. David dropped his memory somewhere in the Atlantic. Foster's playing for Peeps™. Enjoy. #SprocketJuice
I Actually Hate Her (Feat. Ellen Kirk, Paige Lockhart, & Bobby McCosky)
Foster takes the reigns once more without David and hopes for a better result. This week we welcome a trio of troublesome troubadours, Ellen Kirk, Paige Lockhart, and Bobby McCosky! Up for grabs this week, NASA-issued ready-to-eat meals, including the Apollo-13 invention: The Impossible Burger. Paige reveals her TikTok algorithm and feels cozy now. Ellen whips up some pancake batter and is tired of hearing about celebrity string cheese. Bobby gives us a country ballad and dubs Colter Lemmon a sexy Space Jam monster-baby. Foster needs to see this Nelson Mandela tattoo and powers through Maron and Stern. Enjoy. #JohnnyEmail
Across The Pond Part 2
More voicemails and well wishes from previous guests as David heads across the pond. Enjoy. #BangersAndDash
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We Don't Kill People We Don't Like
Howdy! Stop on by and join us for another audio mystery! Up for grabs this week, a voucher for 3 months of Starz premium programming and their amazing lineup of shows and movies. We fan-boy over Adam Scott and wonder what Harry did. David doesn't believe kids are authentic and runs mighty close to animal cruelty. Foster's contracted a jet to get David out of here. Enjoy. #BrainMeat
Across The Pond Part 1
David's heading back across the pond to London and Foster's gathered together clips from previous guests wishing him well. Enjoy. #BangersAndDash
I've Just Got Out A Breadboard (Feat. Chante Keller & Phil Morris)
First-time-guest Chante Keller joins returning guest and self-proclaimed 'nerd' Phil Morris in studio! At stake this week is a toilet paper holder alarm, The Toilet Bouncer™. Hope you're excited for the Garth Brooks concert this Saturday! Chante is dropping wolves and shouts out Marshmallow. Phil licks paint. David's got taters on the brain. Foster quits the show. Enjoy. #RectalVibes
What a delightful podcast. You have genuine and funny humans challenging your pop culture knowledge through audio clips. Engaging and a lighthearted escape from the news, for which I am addicted. Thanks!
Fun, entertaining podcast with listener “participation”!
Love the concept of this podcast: hosts play out-of-context audio clips of a podcast for each other, speculating about the content to try and guess the actual subject matter. It’s fun to hear them get closer to the truth—or go wildly off-track! And the format lends itself to listeners making their own guesses. (It gives me a sense of satisfaction when I guess the topic before they do!) The hosts are fun to listen to—you can tell they are friends and having a good time, but they don’t rely on a bunch of personal, inside jokes to entertain themselves. They have an easy rapport with each other, and they don’t have to try too hard to be entertaining. The podcast is just the right length (not longer than 30 minutes), and it sounds professional (unlike other “homemade” podcasts that can have terrible audio issues). Give this a listen, and you will be happy you did!