Deirdre Gardner finds a lost cassette tape from 1992 in an attic and embarks on a quest to revive the sound of a generation. A serial fiction musical podcast about what we remember, and what we forget.
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Truth and consequences.
Created and written by Jacquelyn Landgraf. Co-directed by Jacquelyn Landgraf and Anya Saffir. Original music composed by Nate Weida, lyrics by Nate Weida and Jacquelyn Landgraf. Sound design and engineering by Vincent Cacchione. Featuring Jacquelyn Landgraf as Deirdre Gardner, Roberta Colindrez as Pam Orland and Melissa Mahoney as Cody. With the voices of Nate Weida as Rod Reeder, and Annie Golden as Deirdre’s mom. www.itmakesasound.com
Deirdre and co. return to the source on a research expedition. Created and written by Jacquelyn Landgraf. Co-directed by Jacquelyn Landgraf and Anya Saffir. Original music composed by Nate Weida, lyrics by Nate Weida and Jacquelyn Landgraf. Sound design and engineering by Vincent Cacchione. With Jacquelyn Landgraf as Deirdre Gardner, and featuring Annie Golden as Deirdre’s mom, Nate Weida as Rod Reeder, and Melissa Mahoney as Cody. With the voices of Reggie White and Andy Schneeflock.
What a strong finish!
I only wish there were more!
Beautiful Musings on Creativity and Memory
This podcast is well worth your time if you consider yourself a creative person, or just have been inspired to make something.
It may have a bit of a slow beginning, and Deirdre as a character is definitely strange to listen to, her passion is admirable.
Without spoiling anything, the twist at the end left me thinking for weeks about what it means to be inspired by another person, what it means to be creative, and the role that nostalgia plays in the creative process.
This podcast is a beautiful exploration of these themes. And it’s short enough as well that it’s not that much of a committment. If you’re a creative person, or have ever been inspired by a creative person, please listen to this podcast. It’s well worth your time.
The last time I got goosebumps was this podcast. So good.