Space Junk

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Show Notes

The vacuum of space is a cold and lonely place...

You've become numb to your surroundings. What is real? You can no longer tell where your body ends and the spacesuit begins.This can only be a dream. With social interaction a distant memory, what will you do if someone does find you? Will you even know? Your thoughts bounce between the walls of the ship's hull. Pressing your face on the cold glass that separates you from oblivion, you search the stars for answers. Somewhere behind you the barely functioning radio receiver crackles. Are the voices real or an extension of the madness you know is setting in. You close your eyes and listen...

Tin Can is the third part in a mini-series of sketches collectively called Space Junk.

Written and performed by Tom Fahey, Indiana Kiely, Mog Thistlethwaite and Beau Windon.

Music and ambience by Soul Doubt.

Released on: August 19th, 2018

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"BRITISH PHONE.aif" by vedas, and "remix 2 of 165744__peterhil__clothoid-1s-imag.flac" and "random sine bleeps 1960's sci-fi.wav" by Timbre are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.

"nadeldrucker4.wav" by system_fm, "Dial.wav" by CGEffex, "A000010.wav" by Omar Alvarado, and "Dialup.mp3" by Jlew are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Recorded and produced by Potato Revolution.

What is Space Junk?

A collection of sketches, stories and musical digressions brought to you by the folks behind The Quest Inn at the Centre of the Universe.

Featuring the talent of Mog Thistlethwaite, Tom Fahey, Beau Windon, Indiana Kiely and Charlie Sturgeon.