In this high-fidelity, stereophonic audio postcard, the listener is transported to a Stockholm suburb to hear me washing the dishes.
Heads up. Phones down. It’s the dope jam that’s sweeping the sidewalks.
Frances Davidson is a professional psychic and she is expecting your call.
In a special extended episode, the members of the Metroschifter discuss their top 15 favorite albums of all time.
Baseball Simulator plays random phrases from baseball games and looks like a real radio. No one will ever know you’re not actually listening to a game.
This week’s episode is intended for immature audiences only. If there are adults in the room, please ask them to step outside for a minute.
It has been brought to my attention that the Quindar tones known as NASA beeps are not what I thought they were. I apologize for that and I will do better.
Here’s the Tower presents its first quarter results for fiscal 2019 as user engagement continues to be a challenge in the one-minute audio adventure marketplace.
Here’s the Tower has obtained an exclusive excerpt from law enforcement’s controversial interrogation tape. Was Frank Davidson coerced as he confessed to a heinous microaggression?
Some bizdev bros in the Valley have come up with a simple app that gives you a totally cool and fun way to plan your own funeral.
Most people don’t have three hands, if only because of the outrageous number of fingers that would entail, but such a set is required to play this song.
Radio host Leonard Davidson welcomes you back to his call-in program that lets listeners discuss all things related to the time between day and night.
Perhaps it’s no secret that the rhythms and melodies in a lot of television theme songs are based on the names of the shows.
The public transit in Stockholm is pretty great, but every once in a while I end up in a bus that is screaming for mercy. This bus from Gullmarsplan to Norra Sköndal is one such bus.
In this tribute to one of my favorite podcasts, Cocaine & Rhinestones, we take a look at the career of the German novelty organist Mambo Kurt.