The Overnightscape Underground

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

The Onsug Project #8 (2/12/17)

2:36:10 – Join Frank in a random listening session of The Onsug… the massive audio archive of The Overnightscape Underground…

License for this track: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License ( Attribution: by Frank Edward Nora – more info at

List of patches played:

Onsug_Radio_241-The_Night_Pool – 142/260
Onsug_Radio_412-Quaquaversal_Satellite_6 – 087/198
Onsug_Radio_406-Pop_Culture_qd_2 – 039/197
Onsug_Radio_305-Overnightscape_Central_5 – 200/255
Onsug_Radio_906-Incoming_Shows_September_2016 – 005/197
Onsug_Radio_202-Overnightscape_Departures_2 – 259/269
Onsug_Radio_801-More_Ramplers – 134/186
Onsug_Radio_907-Incoming_Shows_October_2016 – 200/241
Onsug_Radio_501-Anybodys_Guess – 066/180
Onsug_Radio_136-The_Overnightscape_11 – 211/248
Onsug_Radio_136-The_Overnightscape_11 – 195/248
Onsug_Radio_128-The_Overnightscape_3 – 054/177
Onsug_Radio_241-The_Night_Pool – 023/260
Onsug_Radio_752-Jimbo_Misc – 015/130
Onsug_Radio_907-Incoming_Shows_October_2016 – 107/241
Onsug_Radio_108-The_Overnightscape_Classic_8 – 049/240
Onsug_Radio_701-The_Paunch_Stevenson_Show_1 – 034/266
Onsug_Radio_771-The_Rubenerd_Show_1 – 080/239


posted by Frank at 10:53 am filed in Feb17,Frank  


  1. Frank, Robert Kline was funny for a while!!

    Comment by Jimbo — February 12, 2017 @ 12:11 pm

  2. You were talking about annoying podcasters online going on about editing and sound muffling and all that. I saw a comment on a blog from outside the podcast world and the author was saying that podcasting is “finally maturing as a medium” and had taken a long time to get there. I screamed at my screen. I translated it to “podcasting stood up to day people vampires for a long time before they sucked the life out of it.”

    In truth, though, the great thing is that the Overnightscape and anyone can keep on creating what its creating. I know finding the audience is hard and these trends in podcasting probably don’t help. I have come to the disappointing conclusion that most people really do just want entertainment with a predictable format, though.

    Comment by nate in wisconsin — February 19, 2017 @ 5:52 am

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