RPGFan's Rhythm Encounter

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Summary

It's in your coffee, it's in your candles, and now it's in your favorite RPG music podcast. Pumpkin Spice is the flavor of the season, and we decided to pay tribute to the months of orange and gold by featuring some of the best music to accompany your autumnal adventures. Our picks range from warm and welcoming to cold and foreboding, making this episode wonderfully evocative for those cool October nights. Oh, and we apologize in advance for the nightmare fuel near the end of the episode... or do we? (Special thanks to Sean Schafianski for his chilling arrangement of the Rhythm Encounter theme music, making its debut in this episode!) Check out the full tracklist and links to reviews/places to buy at https://www.rpgfan.com/news/2013/1886.html

Featuring: Stephen Meyerink, Derek Heemsbergen, Kyle E. Miller

Questions? Comments? Feeling spoony? Email us: music@rpgfan.com

Show Notes

It's in your coffee, it's in your candles, and now it's in your favorite RPG music podcast. Pumpkin Spice is the flavor of the season, and we decided to pay tribute to the months of orange and gold by featuring some of the best music to accompany your autumnal adventures. Our picks range from warm and welcoming to cold and foreboding, making this episode wonderfully evocative for those cool October nights. Oh, and we apologize in advance for the nightmare fuel near the end of the episode... or do we? (Special thanks to Sean Schafianski for his chilling arrangement of the Rhythm Encounter theme music, making its debut in this episode!)

Check out the full tracklist and links to reviews/places to buy at https://www.rpgfan.com/news/2013/1886.html

Featuring: Stephen Meyerink, Derek Heemsbergen, Kyle E. Miller

Questions? Comments? Feeling spoony? Email us: music@rpgfan.com

What is RPGFan's Rhythm Encounter?

Join the staff of RPGFan as they discuss the wide world of RPG music both old and new.