A fiction anthology podcast curated for the retropunk palate. Our stories are hosted by Osgoode, a tribute to the beloved local late night horror hosts from the days before cable TV.
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Best Retropunk podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Retropunk podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
Updated April 2020
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A woman recalls her childhood during the London Blitz, and the strange pet who saved her. Bryony narrates an urban fantasy for all ages. Content note for wartime sound effects.
There's nothing quite like the fresh bracing air of interesting times. Or the sea. Wulf Moon narrates a nautical adventure with a twist, while Osgoode shelters in place in the Zen Room.
Things get weird in a shadow dimension populated by echoes of the film industry. Matt Dovey narrates. File under: Uncategorizable
It's a mother of a double feature and we guarantee it won't make you feel all warm and snuggly inside. No, not at all. Alex Ford and Maria Rose narrate. Rated Dark.
We're barhopping through history with the heppest cats around. Jim Hodgson narrates. File under: Time Travel.
A haunted Englishman tells the tragic story of an adventure abroad in Colorado mining country to his very British gentleman's club. File under: Weird West, Horror.
Even the most ancient of religions must adapt to survive. Elizabeth Chatsworth performs.
Oh, she's a horrible woman! But you will have to decide who the monster is. Sarah Golding narrates. Rated R for adult situation
A frontier doctor is befriended by a unicorn. Jim Hodgson narrates.
A frontier girl learns about life, larceny, and how to repair a clockwork cat. Sarah Heiner narrates. Rated YA.
Children will be in bed on time. Or else. A seasonably dark tale from colonial Quebec to turn the mood to winter. Wilson Fowlie narrates. Rated creepy clockpunk.
There’s something strange about the trains. Buy a ticket to Brisbane, and it takes you to Berlin instead. Or maybe even Boston. A young student from MIT sets out to decode the mystery. Wulf Moon narrates. Rated Weird Steampunk.
A librarian in Nazi occupied Paris uses her special talents when faced with an order to burn her books. Gabrielle Riel narrates.
A young woman makes her debut at Death's masquerade. Rated YA friendly. Alex Ford narrates.
All is fair in love and dentistry. A horror story from the badlands of Canada. Mild NFSW. Alex Ford narrates.
A spring powered clockpunk adventure for all ages in Vancouver's old Chinatown. Wulf Moon narrates.
A disabled war veteran finds a horrific journal while taking refuge in a book store. Alasdair Stuart narrates. Strong content note for body horror and cowardice.
A poem for May. Alex Ford narrates.
Of all the creatures in the sea, none is more deadly than the clown. Isaiah Plovnick narrates.
A stranded hiker takes shelter from the storm at a remote highland inn. Michael Whitehouse of Ghastly Tales narrates this (very late) ghost story for the holidays. Content note for body horror.
War curfews force a traveling carnival to camp in small mining town, while the world outside changes forever. Rated R for mild suggestive language body horror.
Modified soldiers arrive on the front. Alasdair Stuart narrates. Content note for wartime horror.
You ever feel like the whole world is passing you by while you rot in that small town you had the misfortune to be born in? Well, maybe it is. Wilson Fowlie narrates.
Survivors of an apocalyptic war rebuild their world to a Roman Ideal, which includes being outnumbered by their genetically altered slaves. Wulf Moon narrates. Content note for adult situations.
(horror) A rural village bars the doors and windows every night. But why? Vic Mullin narrates.
(alt-hist, humor) A pilot gets a strange warning on a dark and stormy night. CB Droege narrates.
(crime) A dark tale of mystery and romance set in Belle Epoch Odessa. Maria Rose narrates.
H.P. Lovecraft month concludes. There will be pie. Wulf Moon narrates.
Step away from that meteor -- it's HP Lovecraft month. CB Droege narrates.
It's H.P. Lovecraft month, but that doesn't mean that you have to put away the pretty dresses. Elizabeth Chatsworth narrates.
You think your in-laws have a few skeletons in the closet? This family has an entire catacomb. CB Droege narrates.
An elderly mother brings her son home after retrieving his remains from Gettysburg. Karen Bovenmyer narrates.
It's an alt-history double feature. Wulf Moon and CB Droege narrate.
A humble farmer is having trouble with his reincarnation engine. Again. Wulf Moon narrates.
Smoke and Mirrors, or the real thing? Maria Rose narrates.
We're changing our format. Isaiah Plovnick narrates.
Machines and mayhem to soothe the steampunk soul. Wilson Fowlie narrates.
The early trials and tribulations of an amateur time traveler. Vic Mullin narrates.
Saddle the horse and pop up some corn, it's time for cowboys and dinosaurs. Steve Sutherland narrates.
A most curious double feature to honor of the approaching holiday. Richard Elen and Gabrielle Riel narrate.
A story of love and invention told in a series of letters from a young wife in whose husband has gone West. Mimielle Marek Montoya narrates.
We're going to New Orleans for a tale of class and haints. Ella Turenne narrates.
A strange story of time and redemption to close the year. Wilson Fowlie narrates.
A Christmas story from the urchin hideout in New Babbage, written and performed by Tepic.
A Christmas Eve Special to help the little ones go to bed. Osgoode and Kevin narrate.
A witch-child remembers the Russian Revolution. Maria Rose narrates.
A librarian deals with a most annoying customer. Benjamin Sperduto narrates.
Hang on for a high flying urchin adventure. Lesa Whyte narrates.
Boarding school girls learn magic. What could possibly go wrong? Maria Rose narrates.
A different sort of zombie. Vic Mullin narrates.