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Thursday, December 27, 2012

The Overnightscape 937: The Triumph of Star Wars (12/27/12)

1:21:38 – Weird amusement park, brainwave cat ears, Nightstation, Ramplers, expensive Thai lunch, destructive children, Dick Clark, organ harvesting, confusion, madness of Christmas, Questar Magazine, movie review – Cloud Atlas (2012), OutRun, The Mighty Boosh, The Producers (1968), the peanut gallery, mystery scene, Doctor Who, Peep Show. My Bloody Valentine, Tower Records Project, water bottle, Pepperidge Farm Jingos! – Parmesan Garlic, Hallmark ornaments, R4: Ridge Racer Type 4, Tetris, Crazy Taxi, PlayStation 3, and Fozwell.


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posted by Frank at 5:22 pm filed in Dec12,Frank  


  1. If ‘jumping in the middle’ was your main issue with Nightstation and Patches, please relaunch it. I am pretty sure that most of our type of listener actually has a certain taste for the weird and random and I always felt that with time and some slow grow/promotion, Nightstation was a very fine idea that was starting to develop a small community.

    Comment by PQ Ribber — December 29, 2012 @ 11:15 am

  2. Streaming was problematic in a number of ways for Nightstation. Jumping in the middle was one concern, but also the time and energy required to maintain it was another issue. And if by some miracle a streaming Nightstation had become popular, the cost of the streaming would have become a big problem – requiring fund raising and all that kind of stuff – which I’d rather avoid. I would love to bring Nightstation back, but to me, it would have to be without the streaming. And this itself is difficult, because streaming was at the heart of the original Nightstation concept. But I still think that Nightstation can be adapted into a new form, which I have been working on. But I have not found the way yet.

    Comment by Frank — December 29, 2012 @ 7:25 pm

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