Available OCT 1, 2014: The long-awai big crossover episode between your two favorite podcasts/live shows: The Thrilling Adventure Hour and Welcome to Night Vale.
BANDCAMP (Pay What You Can, $1 min)
iTUNES ($1.99) (link coming soon)
Ben Acker & Ben Blacker and
Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor
S'tonge of the Galaxium- Wil Wheaton
Sparks Nevada- Marc Evan Jackson
Croach The Tracker- Mark Gagliardi
Felton- Craig Cackowski
Nice Man Dan- James Urbaniak
Claxon- Jason Ritter
Samuel Bolt- Michael McMillian
Pemily Stallwark- Molly Quinn
Cecil Palmer- Cecil Baldwin
Dana- Jasika Nicole
Steve Carlsberg- Hal Lublin
Carlos- Dylan Marron
Deb- Meg Bashwiner
Dolores County- Janet Varney
Ad-Man 1- Paul Sabourin
Ad-Man 2- Storm DiCostanzo
Colonel Tick-Tick- Craig Cackowski
Musical score by Andy Paley and performed by the Andy Paley Orchestra featuring Jonathan Dinerstein, Becky Ward, Sean Johnson.
Sparks theme by Eban Schletter.
Night Vale theme is "The Ballad of Fiedler and Mundt" by Disparition.
WorkJuice Anthem by Paley/Acker & Blacker.
Recorded live on July 26, 2014 at Spreckels Theatre in San Diego, CA.
Cecil hosts a debate live in the Night Vale Community Radio Studio. Candidates Hiram McDaniels, the Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Live in Your Home, and a surprise guest make their case for becoming the next mayor of Night Vale. Meanwhile some strange deer are taking over town.
Featuring Cecil Baldwin, Mara Wilson, Jackson Publick, Marc Evan Jackson, Mark Gagliardi, Annie Savage, Hal Lublin, and Kevin R. Free.
Condos have come to Night Vale, and everyone in town is coming to get one of these perfect new homes, including a certain scientist. Plus, a new wing at the Museum of Forbidden Technologies, visits from the mayoral candidates, and a very specific look at traffic.
WELCOME TO NIGHT VALE is a twice-monthly podcast in the style of community updates for the small desert town of Night Vale, featuring local weather, news, announcements from the Sheriff's Secret Police, mysterious lights in the night sky, dark hooded figures with unknowable powers, and cultural events.
Turn on your radio and hide.
Written by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor. Narrated by Cecil Baldwin. Music by Disparition. Logo by Rob Wilson