(This story is serial in nature. You should start at the first episode.) Spooning in the Apocalypse is a podcast set after the end of days and after the work day has ended. Tune your fictional dial, to the fictional radio network WSPN the Spoon, for the fictional call in style radio show Radiationships…it's fictional. In each episode registered Professor Shaum Defroyen and his co-host, Radd Flink offer advice and solace to Apocalyptic relationships. Digging in and digging it up, whether the callers are learning to love themselves or someone else, Radiationships will tickle the right spot. If the weight of your Apocalypse is too much, let them Apoca-pick you up. Season 2 available now. Welcome to the Confluence.For more go to www.SpooningInTheApocalypse.com
Midseason: A Leisurely Decent
Radd and Shaum urgently fleeing their battle descend deeper in the the bowels of the Bunker. It's never been as urgent as now.
Songs from the Sadlands: Final Words
WSPN presents our final midseason episode of our new series "Songs from the Sadlands: In world songs from out of the world bands." Presenting some of our favorite artist making songs set in our world. Our final artist is: Midnight Easel Born out of the shadows of East Nashville, TN, Midnight Easel is comprised of brothers Ryan and Jonnie LaFave, alongside Mike Rupe.Currently writing remotely between Nashville, TN and Las Vegas, NV, Midnight Easel hopes to bring a curious blend of songwriting and soundscapes to all who will listen. Spooning in the Apocalypse, season 3, coming March 16th 2020 Lyrics Below From across the lake I saw it stand I analyzed it it was writhing swaying in the sand I can't believe what I've seen gather your things pack up the camp Quickly as you can The shadows are falling off our clothes If we outrun the daylight then we just might be cutting it close A scream up on the hillside turns us ghost white Nowhere to go trapped like an animal Or a criminal that's surrounded around us they form a line Take this and run he said "you are far too young" final words of the undone
Songs from the Sadlands: I can't spell Mephistopheles
WSPN presents midseason episode two of our new series "Songs from the Sadlands: In world songs from out of the world bands." Presenting some of our favorite artist making songs set in our world. A new song every week for 3 weeks. Our second artist is: We are Makers. "We are Ryan and Chelsea Maker. We are a married couple that's been playing music together pretty much since we met. We are lead vocalists/guitar&keys for the T.R.O.C.K. sensation Legs Nose Robinson, write and perform vocals via the internet with the electronic dance ensemble BitterPants, as well as perform in a five piece rock band called Illy and the Spells." Spooning in the Apocalypse, season 3, coming March 16th 2020 Lyrics Below I can't spell Mephistopheles I can’t stop poppin’ babies out my fun hole Even though I fixed that long ago Well I had a hysterectomy but those demons keep coming outta me I’m a hell mouth girl born and raised ya know Well I do have me a type when it comes to males It ain’t no dealbreaker if he’s horns or a tail I’m sucker for a compliment And A Forked tongue has its benefits I feel pretty and shiny like he’s drinkin’ from the holy grail Well my name sure ain’t Rosemary And I can’t spell Mephistopheles But mother of all he crowned me at brimstone Now Their daddy ain’t no angel he comes and goes He just teaches them the fun stuff like mind control When I try to give’em a switch I wind up makin’ a sandwich Back to burning another batch of clothes When I asked his name he first replied in laughter He said, “There’s too many to say” so I guess it don’t really matter And though he keeps on askin’ me I’ll be damned if he gets custody And the irony is I’ve been damned since I met that bastard Well my name sure ain’t Rosemary And I can’t spell Mephistopheles But mother of all he crowned me at brimstone
Songs from the Sadlands: Don't ever summon a Bonewraith
WSPN is proud to present our new series "Songs from the Sadlands: In world songs from out of the world bands." A midseason series, presenting some of our favorite artist making songs set in our world. A new song every week for 3 weeks. First artist is Jillian Lafave. She's in two bands currently known as Fable Cry and Floridian Slim. Also check out her podcast with Sandy called Crudimentary Questions. Spooning in the Apocalypse, season 3, coming March 16th 2020 Lyrics Below CHORUS I Don’t ever summon a Bonewraith from the pale fields of the bonewastes Don’t ever summon a Bonewraith or they’ll turn your bones to dust VERSE I You know my dad was from the Sadlands he was a bad man and he had plans Ya see my mom was really headstrong they didn't get along she called him dead wrong but she was the one he wanted dead He couldn’t do the deed so he thought instead CHORUS II I’m gonna summon a Bonewraith from the pale fields of the Bonewastes I’m gonna summon a Bonewraith and they’ll turn her bones to dust VERSE II He took my mother to a graveyard It wasn’t so hard… he caught her off guard My father tied her to a tombstone lit candles in a row around a pile of bones Then he told the tale of an angry ghost The Bonewraiths, they came and killed them both CHORUS III That’s how you summon a Bonewraith from the pale fields of the Bonewastes That’s how you summon a Bonewraith but they’ll turn your bones to dust BRIDGE I watched my dad... turn to dust and my mother’s face faded away and the Bonewraiths gathered round they sang a song... I heard them say... OUTRO we see a pale field of tooth and bone unending bleached by the sun it shall outlive and they shall stretch on forever we’ll build our fields of bone everywhere we reach we shall spread our ground of bones like a wave across the desert of death
S2 E14 Stable.
Relationships don't have to be difficult even if the times are. Join WSPN's resident relationship experts Professor Shaum Defroyen and Co-host Radd Flink as we examine personal challenges, resolve interpersonal conflict, and move everything to the next level. Callers include a ruggedly handsome individualist, an aesthetically pleasant collectivist and an intangibly unknowable presence. This episode is sponsored by FARTS, Spooning in the Apocalypse, and The Dirty Flirty Partyline Confederation Featuring Tavius Marshall, Nathan Connor, Ashley Marshall, Drew Collins, Kat Jones, and Kristina Hemphill. Spooning in the Apocalypse is created, written, produced, and edited by Tavius Marshall. Developed by: Nathan Connor, Drew Collins and Tavius Marshall. Literary Convention Coordinator: Nathan Connor. Executive Audio Tzar: Drew Collins. Contributing Producer: Isaac Lightburn.
S2 E13 Enemies.
Relationships don't have to be difficult even if the times are. Join WSPN's resident relationship experts Professor Shaum Defroyen and Co-host Radd Flink as we examine personal challenges, resolve interpersonal conflict, and explore perfectly normal scratches, abrasions, and contusions. The caller is an empathic healer. This episode is sponsored by scratches, abrasions and contusions, "Jodie," and FUD CMPANIE. Featuring Tavius Marshall, Ashley Marshall, Audra Harvey, Mandy Panozzo-Clay, Nathan Connor, Drew Collins, Justin Harvey, and Kristina Hemphill. Spooning in the Apocalypse is created, written, produced, and edited by Tavius Marshall. Developed by: Nathan Connor, Drew Collins and Tavius Marshall. Words-words-words: Nathan Connor. Executive Audio Tzar: Drew Collins. Contributing Producer: Isaac Lightburn.
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We are curious if you can leave a review on your own podcast. Curosity was killed in the war, after its first agression to the cats. In another note, we have discovered that you can leave a review on your own podcast. Please Keep Broadcasting
One of my favorite post apocalyptic podcasts
I have my earbuds in all day for work, so I look for entertaining things to listen to. I’m a Fallout gamer and Metro 2033 book fan, post apocalyptic stories are my jam.
This is one of the best out there. I’ve tried out a lot of the ones available on various podcasting platforms, so I know what I’m talking about. Rad and the Professor are fricking hilarious, and the callers are both disturbing and entertaining. The advertisements during the broadcast are also just fantastic.
This could easily be a station playing on your Pip-boy while you merc a gaggle of bucketheads. This is twisted wasteland humor at it’s finest. Probably not suitable for younger mutants and workers at the Kidarettes(TM) factory.
Great effects and voice actors, really good stuff