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Short Stories, Sound Tweaks, Spoken Word, Interviews & Confessions. Brought to you by the Black Eyed Dog.

Customer Reviews

Modern Parables Told Well

Great sound production and serpentine stories with passion and intrigue. The shorter ones are the most compelling (e.g. "In Other News" and "Acheron") but some longer ones are great too ("Giving Thanks" and "The Fall of Troy"). When are we getting a second half of "Saturday"?

Wailing and laughing in the dark.

The Apologists deliver compelling stories and sexy, evocative sound design. The emotional response to the pieces ranges from a chuckle on the subway to wanting to huddle in a corner ( or jump unto the tracks). These urban stories oscillate between a wail and a laugh in the dark; sometimes bizarre, but never boring. "Fog", " Horace Mann", "Anniversary Gift" are stand outs.

Very Interesting Spoken Word Pieces

I may not be a connosieur of this genre (I hardly even know what genre this belongs in), but these pieces are really intelligent and emotionally engaging, and worthy of a listen to anyone who doesn't mind a...less than happy 2-15 minutes, considering these can be pretty dark, and pretty weird too (Yeah, the episode "Childhood" should scar anybody who can't already relate to some of what's being said.) Subscribe as soon as you can.

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