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Best Hopepunk podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Hopepunk podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Fill your heart with a little more love and hope with Honey Roast, a wholesome hopepunk podcast where every other week, guest stars “roast” a creator that they love and are inspired by. Together, we’re introducing listeners to creators using only the best kinds of honey.
 
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In Episode Four, “Nature’s Social Union,” we finally have the meeting Zahava’s been talking about, to determine the fate of the unnamed planet. James and his slitherfluff friend watch Clinical Trials, many people go for walks in the rain, and we learn a whole lot about the mission. You know. The mission. Saving humanity. Content Notes: this is a he…
 
“The Littlest Bugbear lived in a side corridor far from the heart of the dungeon, with his Mother and Father and 1d8 siblings.” This month we take a trip into a familiar fantasy scenario, but not from a familiar point of view … This episode is narrated by Tom Zalatnai, and was written / edited / produced by D.J. Sylvis. Ambiences provided courtesy …
 
One of our favorite things about the Nameless Crew is that all of us contribute to this project in many ways - beyond what you hear when you listen to an episode. This ranges from people having input into character decisions to the wholesale creation of spinoff content. Izley Kolian sings songs and tells stories to make sense of the world. We alrea…
 
Sometimes our conversations about our art turn into different kinds of art. To skip ahead to the song, go to [21:42]. Otherwise, tune in to hear Trace and Evan talk about the process that led to this piece of music. Ever wonder what this creative partnership looks like? We're here to show you. (The chirping is Caesar. He's a 21-year-old cockatiel w…
 
In Episode Three, “A Many-Splendored Thing,” we meet the Design Team, who are finally awake and learning what they’ve gotten themselves into; Cyrus requires James’s assistance with a science project; and Quill heads upstairs to check on the algae vats and for, obviously, absolutely no other reason involving Mandry at all. We learn more about Mandry…
 
You asked, and she delivered! Trace Callahan, as Kolian, singing the full version of their song from the prologue. This was entirely Trace's work - lyrics, music, sound design, performance, engineering, all of it. Lyrics below! We haven't given it a name We haven't even seen its face But this place is the center of our lives It's still a million mi…
 
Our third episode is deep in production, the fourth is being written... in the meantime, here's the final crew interview, and we think it's been well worth waiting for. Quill, everyone's favorite soft flower boi, answers questions as part of his interview for this job. Ever wonder what would send our agricultural specialist on a one-way mission to …
 
Today’s episode is a tribute to a beloved and influential author in my personal pantheon, Douglas Adams. His work has entertained and amused me for most of my life – so this month I’ve dusted off a short story I wrote some years back called, “A Man Who Wasn’t There,” asked my friend and fellow enthusiast Shannon Perry to give it a dramatic reading,…
 
In Episode Two, “Access to the Biological Specimens,” Zahava and Zei head out for a day at the beach, and James investigates the local wildlife. Mandry comes downstairs for a visit; we find out who can bake, who can braid, and what those black seas look like up close. Calendars are invented; wildlife encountered; Saccharomyces Cerevisiae rehydrated…
 
Now that our first episode is live, we're working on the second one - and the third! And in the meantime, we have a few more of these bonuses for you. Here, James answers a questionnaire as part of his job interview to head toward the nameless planet. Warning: James is fond of some words sometimes considered taboo. If you don't want to hear a bit o…
 
Now that our first episode is live, we're working on the second one - and the third! And in the meantime, we have a few more of these bonuses for you. Here, Mandry answers a questionnaire as part of his job interview to head toward the nameless planet. This is written by Evan Tess Murray and Trevor Bean, performed by Trevor Bean, and engineered by …
 
Hi everyone! This is Evan, here to make a quick announcement. We know a lot of you love the music Trace creates for our episodes. Well, as of today, you can own that music! She’s made several parts of the score for everything we’ve released so far into full pieces, and they’re available as the first installment of The Nameless Songs collection. The…
 
In Episode One, "When the Gravity is Real," Quill and Zei touch down on the ground, joining Zahava, Cyrus, and James on the planet. Kolian and Mandry watch from above while we discover whether or not anyone is allergic to the air (were we worried about that?). Plants may be planted; power generated; and as always, there will be cheese. But the plan…
 
Our first full-length episode is so close to done we can just about taste it, and in the meantime we've pulled together a few things you might enjoy! Here, Zahava answers a questionnaire as part of her job interview to head toward the nameless planet. This is written by Evan Tess Murray and Caroline Mincks, perfomed by Caroline Mincks, and engineer…
 
While we work on our full-length episodes, we've pulled together a few things you might enjoy! Here, Cyrus answers a questionnaire as part of his job interview to head toward the nameless planet. This is written by Evan Tess Murray and Alexander Endymion Hernández Díaz, performed by Alexander Endymion Hernández Díaz, and engineered by Trace Callaha…
 
While we work on our full-length episodes, we've pulled together a few things you might enjoy! Here, Kolian answers a questionnaire as part of their job interview to head toward the nameless planet. This is written by Evan Tess Murray and Trace Callahan, performed and engineered by Trace Callahan, and the transcript is available. We did these inter…
 
While we work on our full-length episodes, we've pulled together a few things you might enjoy! Here, Zei answers a questionnaire as part of her job interview to head toward the nameless planet. This is written and performed by Evan Tess Murray, with audio engineering by Trace Callahan. The transcript is available as well. Sorry for the delay - unli…
 
New listeners, start here! We've cut together all four prologue mini-episodes; this is a chance for you to get to know the landing crew before they touch down in Episode One. This Planet Needs a Name, a science fiction audio drama suitable for our times, was created by Evan Tess Murray, who also wrote and directed this episode. Original composition…
 
Hi ho, D.J. Sylvis here, from Monkeyman Productions. We’re less than two weeks away from launching MonkeyTales, our new hopepunk audio fiction anthology series, and I am so, so, so excited to share these stories with you. Here’s another peek at what we’ve got in store: Episode 1, coming December 9th, is a short contemporary piece called “Stars,” fe…
 
Hey folks! Your friendly Monkeyman here, D.J. Sylvis, with a quick message about all the stuff the company has coming to you in December! This will go out on both feeds, Moonbase Theta, Out and MonkeyTales, so my apologies if you hear it twice! First of all, we’ll be coming to the end of Season 2 with Moonbase Theta, Out, with final episodes on Dec…
 
Princess Keisha and the Air learn of a great threat to the Kingdom, and the Queen sends them on a quest that could help save them all in the future. If...they succeed... Follow the show so you don't miss episodes as soon as they drop, and please tell your friends about Flyest Fables. If you liked the show, please leave a review! Thanks so much to E…
 
We discuss the article "How Tinder Changed Dating for a Generation" by Ashley Fetters in The Atlantic. In this episode: The history of dating apps and online dating What's made some apps succeed and others fail Fear Of a Better Option (FOBO) Why it's harder to meet people in person nowadays How dating can actually be hard work --- Support this podc…
 
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