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On the last radio station on earth after the apocalypse, a radio host makes her voice heard. In her broadcast, she discovers that she may not actually be the only one left after all. Find more at: https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststation

The Last Station Kingdom of Pavement

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    • 4.8 • 57 Ratings

On the last radio station on earth after the apocalypse, a radio host makes her voice heard. In her broadcast, she discovers that she may not actually be the only one left after all. Find more at: https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststation

    The Last Station: Trailer (Season One)

    The Last Station: Trailer (Season One)

    Welcome to the last radio station at the end of the world.More at: KingdomofPavement.com/TheLastStationTrailer mixed, edited, and scored by Jacob Freeman.

    • 2 min
    #6 - SAFETY, COMMUNITY, AND HOPE

    #6 - SAFETY, COMMUNITY, AND HOPE

    The Last Station, a Kingdom of Pavement production. This episode, SAFETY, COMMUNITY, AND HOPE, was written by Jorge Molina, who can be found on Instagram @colormejorge, directed by Tyler-Marie Walker, who can be found on Instagram @TYMAW, and executive produced by Amy Suto and Kyle Cords.If you enjoyed it, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Want to support our post-apocalyptic broadcast? Go to KingdomofPavement.com/TheLastStation for links that will help you find us on Patreon, check out our store, and track us down on all the social media platforms that have survived the apocalypse.Jake is voiced by Keanu Ross-Cabrera, who can be found on Instagram @theotherkeanu.Dustin is voiced by Daniel Rashid, who can be found on Instagram @danielrashid.Tala is voiced by Bex Finch, who can be found on Instagram @itsbexfinchThe woman is voiced by Sarah High, who can be found on Instagram @srahhigh.The Shelter Marauder is voiced by Matt Keibler, who can be found on Instagram @mattkeibler.This episode was sound designed and mixed by Mia Glenn-Schuster, who can be found on Instagram as @mglennsound. Original music and compositions by Suds including the song "Reparations." You can find Suds on IG at: @sudsmusicGraphic for The Last Station were designed by Arim Han who can be found on Instagram @arimofacup. Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, a special thank you to our assistant Michelle Lin and the rest of our Kingdom of Pavement team.Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: amy@kingdomofpavement.com with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and a nice distraction from out imminent demise. The end of the world has never sounded so good.

    • 34 min
    #5 - RUINS

    #5 - RUINS

    The ruins of Marina's world close in on her.Written by Ilan Benjamin and directed by Tyler-Marie Walker, Executive Produced by Amy Suto & Kyle Cords. Featuring music by Deli Hours and Alice Bloom. A Kingdom of Pavement production (KingdomofPavement.com) For more, go to: https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststation.

    • 32 min
    #4 - THE STARS ARE NOT STARS

    #4 - THE STARS ARE NOT STARS

    Holden goes to break his brother out of the Marauders' camp where he's being held hostage.Our post-apocalyptic broadcast proudly supports BOOKSHOP, an online bookstore with a mission to financially support local, independent bookstores. If you want to support both Bookshop and The Last Station, check out our affiliate store at https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststation Our entire cast and crew have picked their favorite sci-fi and post-apocalyptic novels that we think you’ll love.This episode of The Last Station is produced by Kingdom of Pavement and called THE STARS ARE NOT STARS, and is written by myself and directed by Tyler-Marie Walker and produced by Kyle Cords. If you like it, we would love for you to subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts and strange numbers stations while gazing up at the occasionally starless void above.Want to support your local radio station at the end of the world and help us to continue to broadcast? Go to https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststation for links that will help you find us on Patreon, check out our store, and track us down on all the social media that has survived the apocalypse. Occasionally, we broadcast on secret airwaves only available to our supporters on Patreon.We are also incredibly grateful for our current Patrons with the call signs: Space Kimchi November, Medusa Gomez, Alpha Charlie Echo, The Dungeon Master, Kylie, and Chynna Mela. Your contributions make The Last Station possible.Marina is voiced by Portia Juliette, who is on Instagram @PortiaJamas, and Holden by Sid Phoenix, who can be found on Instagram @SidPhoenix. Dustin is voiced by Daniel Rashid, who can be found on Instagram @danielrashid, and Jake by Keanu Ross-Cabrera who can be found on Instagram @theotherkeanu. Additional voices were Eden Polich (@edenmackenzie) and Amanda Parola (@Moana_daughterofthechief).This episode was sound designed and mixed by Jeff Cendejas, who can be found on Instagram as @mrdejas, and Jared Fellows, who can be found on Instagram @itgroovy. Original compositions by Stephen Ptacek, who can be found at stephenptacek.com.Original music in this episode includes "Satellite" by Alice Bloom who can be found on Spotify and on Instagram @alicebloommusic. "Clementine" was performed by Elena Murray, who can be found on Instagram @elenascarlettmurray.Graphics for The Last Station were designed by Noah Suarez-Sikes who can be found on Instagram @NoahPsychs, and Sydni Wright who can be found on Instagram @SydniMakes. Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, a special thank you to our Associate Producer, Eden Polich, our ethical ad sales and marketing expert, Michael Perez, our assistant Helen Silverstein, and the rest of our Kingdom of Pavement team.Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: amy@kingdomofpavement.com with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.

    • 31 min
    #3 - THE LOST DAY

    #3 - THE LOST DAY

    When our post-apocalyptic cowboy Holden finds himself trapped in an abandoned mine with a monster that steals time, he must find out a way to escape with his life -- with Marina's help....THE LAST STATION is a Kingdom of Pavement production created and produced by Amy Suto. This episode, THE LOST DAY, was written by Jack Bentele and if you like it, we would love for you to subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts and strange numbers stations while gazing up at the occasionally starless void above. For more of our podcasts, be sure to visit: https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststationWant to support your local radio station at the end of the world and help us to continue to broadcast? Go to https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststation for links that will help you find us on Patreon, check out our store, and track us down on all the social media that has survived the apocalypse. Occasionally, we broadcast on secret airwaves only available to our supporters on Patreon.We are also incredibly grateful for our current Patrons with the call signs: Space Kimchi November, Medusa Gomez, Alpha Charlie Echo, The Dungeon Master, Kylie, Nathaniel Gualtieri, Chynna Mela, and Steph Wu. Your contributions make The Last Station possible.Marina is voiced by Portia Juliette, who is on Instagram @PortiaJamas, and Holden by Sid Phoenix, who can be found on Instagram @SidPhoenix. Josephine is voiced by Carolina Bonetti, who can be found on Instagram @linabean113, and Jake by Keanu Ross-Cabrera who can be found on Instagram @theotherkeanu. This episode was sound designed and mixed by Jeff Cendejas, who can be found on Instagram as @mrdejas, and Jared Fellows, who can be found on Instagram @it_groovy. Original compositions by Stephen Ptacek, who can be found at stephenptacek.com, and Anthony Al-Rifai. The piano piece in this episode was written and performed by Sid Phoenix.The Last Station is produced by Amy Suto and Kyle Cords.Graphics for The Last Station were designed by Noah Suarez-Sikes who can be found on Instagram @NoahPsychs, and Sydni Wright who can be found on Instagram @SydniMakes. Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, thank you to Lex Schultz, an integral part of the Kingdom of Pavement team, for helping us navigate the end of the world and everything in-between.Inspiration for the monster in this episode is from Trevor Henderson’s Creative Commons Siren Head creature. (https://trevor-henderson-inspiration.fandom.com/wiki/The_Siren_Head_)Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: amy@kingdomofpavement.com with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and hope at the end of the world.

    • 41 min
    #2 - THE WHITE ROCKS

    #2 - THE WHITE ROCKS

    Whatever you do -- don't listen to the sirens. The Last Station is written, created, and produced by Amy Suto and Kingdom of Pavement, starring Portia Juliette as Marina and Sid Phoenix as Holden. More at: https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststationIf you like our show, we would love for you to subscribe and leave us a review on Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts and strange numbers stations while gazing up at the occasionally starless void above.Want to support your local radio station at the end of the world and help us to continue to broadcast? Go to https://www.kingdomofpavement.com/thelaststation for links that will help you find us on Patreon, check out our store, and track us down on all the social media that has survived the apocalypse. Occasionally, we broadcast on secret airwaves only available to our supporters on Patreon.We are also incredibly grateful for our current Patrons with the call signs: Space Kimchi November, Medusa Gomez, Alpha Charlie Echo, The Dungeon Master, Kylie Billings, Nathaniel Gualtieri, Chynna Mela, and Steph Wu. Your contributions make The Last Station possible.Marina is voiced by Portia Juliette, who is on Instagram @PortiaJamas, and Holden by Sid Phoenix, who can be found on Instagram @Sid_Phoenix. Josephine is voiced by Carolina Bonetti, who can be found on Instagram @linabean113. This episode was sound designed and mixed by Jeff Cendejas, who can be found on Instagram as @mrdejas. Original compositions by Stephen Ptacek, who can be found at stephenptacek.com. Our musical guests for this episode are Idalia and Haider Mir, featuring their song "Amor Dañado."You can find more from Idalia and Haider on Instagram, @Idaliavalles_ and @haideralimusic. Graphics for The Last Station were designed by Noah Suarez-Sikes and Sydni Wright who can be found on Instagram @SydniMakes. Thanks to Chynna Mela and the Ausa Social team for their help with the station's social media and graphics. Special thanks to Orphanage Collective and the rest of our incredible writing team for lending their thoughts and suggestions for our broadcasts. Also, thank you to Lex Schultz, an integral part of the Kingdom of Pavement team, for helping us navigate the end of the world and everything in-between.Inspiration for the monster in this episode is from Trevor Henderson’s Creative Commons Siren Head creature. (https://trevor-henderson-inspiration.fandom.com/wiki/The_Siren_Head_)Want to reach out? Our phone lines are always open, but we do prefer email these days. Drop us a note at: amy@kingdomofpavement.com with any tips about the Marauder's whereabouts, song requests, or advertising inquiries.Until next time, listeners, keep your radios tuned to The Last Station for sick beats and hope at the end of the world.

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

GreggInCA ,

I’m not surprised that this gets 5 stars from everybody

I rarely leave reviews of all the excellent long-form storytelling SF and horror podcasts I’ve heard (I’ll try to do better), but let me tell you: I am writing this *minutes* after listening to the last devastating episode.

I am not exaggerating when I say this: I will never forget this story. The whole story is 5 episodes long, and it is, well, devastating and unforgettable. The plot, the actors, the singular sound effects that depict horrendous things in a kind of abstract way (you’ve never heard anything like this), and finally, the heart and anguish of what it is to be human. Listen to this. I’m not kidding.

IzzyI1704 ,

Unique Storytelling - Very captivating

I love the production quality, the pacing, and the mix of music and character narrative. Its a very intriguing story thus far and I can’t wait for the next episode.

0'jolly1 ,

The problem with this podcast

Is that there aren’t more episodes yet — I want to know what’s going to happen!

Seeing as I’m currently stuck in my room and the world is kinda ending, the timing of this is perfect. I’m just trying to ignore the sirens outside...

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