Rapscallions S2E03: Fade Away. Radiate.
So without getting into a lot of long explanations and at the risk of beating a post-mortal horse, you’ve probably noticed a few changes around here in recent weeks.
First and most pressingly, we’ve changed our release schedule. Because the daily challenges of adulting make a weekly schedule somewhat of a challenge, we’re cutting the pace to every other week. When faced with the choice, we figured you’d rather have a show that’s just as good but half as often, than a show that’s half as good but just as often.
As always, thanks for listening. While it’s true we do it for the love of the game, we share it because we think you might like it too. We see your downloads, and it thrills us no end to see the various countries on the world map light up as our story reaches people from all over. We’re glad to have you with us!
One last thing;
This episode contains some dark themes. As always, our standard content warning is in effect; this is a work of fiction intended for adult listeners. and is not intended for young audiences.
The notorious notary usually known as Narri Hullu and all of his other personae are played by the man known most often as Eric Martin.
His sister and our Postmodern Postmortalist. Zivah Hullu is played by Sharene Madfish. Check out her site at: http://linktr.ee/madfishmonger
Arabet is played by Christopher Stocovaz.
Khaludur is played by Sean Yo.
Shauna Mulligan appeared as Zoyenka “Magma” Pentine in Episodes 1-10, and wherever she appeared in the Meanwhile Episodes between seasons.
Kory Mighty Fenris appeared as Grey Winter Morning, popularly known as “Mr. Stitch” in Episodes 1-10, and also in Meanwhile Episode 1: The Buster Job.
Art & Branding
All music used under license from SOCAN or in the public domain.
This episode, you’ll hear…
We open with “Kind of Magic” by Instrumental Jazz Music Ambient — I know, right?
“Mirror People”, a Love & Rockets cover by Monster Magnet v. Adrian Young.
“Schism” by Tool is here presented by The Hit Squad
“Mommy’s Little Monster” and “Story of My Life” are Social Distortion‘s songs, but Midnite String Quartet covered ’em for us here.
“Burn the Witch” by Queens of the Stone Age is covered here by the Backing Tracks, and “Vacation” by the Go-Gos isn’t covered by anyone. We closed with Quincas Moriera’s “Hallow Beach”, used under the public domain.