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Organism

By Tom Parsons

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Description

Organism is a 5 part Science-Fiction series featuring a genderless alien struggling to understand the world but what dangers will Organism face? written by Lewis Blemings-Derrick Starring Tanja Milojevic as Organism Pete Lutz As announcer This show is produced by Tom Rory Parsons who is also the composer, Sound Designer and Editor like us on facebook https://www.facebook.com/Organismpodcast/ https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/organism/id1253477193

Customer Reviews

quirky in a great way!

a great start to an intriguing story! i can't wait to hear where it goes! highly recommended!

Makes you want to pay attention.

This show has a great soundtrack and an absorbing vocal style by its one and only character, which can be difficult to pull off. The only drawback is having to concentrate on the details of the colors, etc. more than is typical for an audio drama. But the content makes you want to delve into the story enough to understand what's happening.

This is why podcasting is awesome

Organism is a totally unique show and displays why the audio medium delivers material untouchable by other venues. Told from the point of view of a creature developed in a lab, this plays like an edgy audio version of an animated film. Tom Parsons has really done a great job in with the writing and the vocal performance is great. You'll totally dig these five episodes.

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