Aural Regions is a modern radio drama that dives deep into a single character's headspace as unformed ideas find shape and fade away right between your headphones.
Each episode features a different writer and/or performer reading a new story. The podcast is produced and edited by Brian Merrill Garcia in New York, NY by way of Michigan.
The Worst Part, ARVII pt. 2
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The Worst Part, ARVII pt. 1
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This is the fifth installment of Aural Regions.
'Any Wonder' was written, performed and edited by myself, Brian Merrill Garcia.
Music featured in this episode was "My Life Is Good" by Randy Newman off 'Trouble In Paradise'.
The cover art was done by Eva Edgren.
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This is the fourth installment of Aural Regions.
'Dead Conversations' was written and performed by Kirin McCrory. With Mark Garcia playing the father.
Music featured in this installment:
"In THE Crowd" by The Years
"Q" by Inara George
“Á Minuit, le 31 Décembre” by Monroeville Music Center
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This is the third installment of Aural Regions.
'Wit Fades' was written and produced by myself, Brian Garcia, over the course of October 2013 - January 2014.
Field Recordings were captured on the D, F, L, and N train. Music used in this installment was "Spanish Two Step" by the late great John Fahey.
The album cover is courtesy of Jim Pennucci's Flickr.
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In the Sepulcher There By the Sea
I loved this episode and have listened to it several times over. I found it to be a creative way of presenting and the story itself was interesting. The idea of exposing the sounds of someone’s “head space” was fresh (at least to me)! This particular episode was well written. Much to my delight, the entire piece sounded more precise and more specific than stream of consciousness which can be a little cumbersome. The other episodes were not as intriguing, but worth a listen anyway. Too bad there are limited episodes that have seemed to drop off a couple years ago. Revive the podcast!
Very cool podcast!