Show’s Over

The show officially ended in January of 2021. We’re uploading all the shows to for future-proofing. It was fun while it lasted.

If you’re searching for reasons as to why the show ended so abruptly, assume the worst thing that someone can to do someone else on the internet, and you’d be on the right path.

Show’s over.

My spirit ruined.

The trolls can rejoice now, they ruined another good show.

Episodes News

50 Travels For Free

We’ve archived our first 50 episodes for free on, to be saved till the end of time.

If you wanted an easy and complete copy of the first 50 episodes, this is the best way to get them. You can even stream the shows directly from the page.

These are the Patreon versions as well, which just means that they’re stereo and high-bitrate.


RIP DaDead

DaDead has passed.

I’m linking and embedding a call he did on an early Community Calls show, as well as the full length show we did together in October of last year.

I’m also taking out excerpts from Episodes 42, 43, and 44 where DaDead did some calls with the Community Calls crew, and providing them here as a memorial to DaDead. May he rest eternally in peace.

Excerpts from Episode 42 –

Excerpts from Episode 43 –

Excerpts from Episode 44 –


Schedule for Episode Releases

All episodes of the podcast is released for free, however, we do delay releases by 2-3 weeks on the website. I’d like to explain a bit as to why this is –

Currently, the schedule for releases looks like this (UTC-4):

Schedule for Episode Releases 1
Show release schedule

These releases are Mono and ~96kbps mp3’s. This is done as an incentive to sign up to the Patreon and help support the show, as well as keep bandwidth costs down on the site (especially with syndication — bandwidth gets eaten up like candy). The patreon releases are all Stereo mixes and typically ~320kbps mp3’s.

Live shows occur in our discord weekly on Friday nights at 10PM, and last between 4-6 hours. If you want to join and get the latest show free of charge, feel free to join the discord and listen in live.

In the future, we may implement a live stream on the site itself, as discord is limited to 99 users at a time (each week, we edge closer to that limit).