Saturday, March 5, 2016

See it again for the first time ... again

Well, here I go again on my own. Going down the only road I've ever known. Which is to say, I've spruced up and re-recorded episode 3, Labor Problems. I can't help it; I just hate the idea of people starting with episode 1 and getting a vastly inferior product to the glory that is current MitE. Give a listen if you wish; Streetfeld's song is redone but the rest of the music remains intact.

Monday, December 14, 2015

A MitEmas Carol

I'm behind the times here, but I should point out that episode 45, A MitEmas Carol, is out now and in stores. By which I mean my Dropbox folder, which you may access via the Episodes! button up there above the posts.

This episode features the miser Snobberson and the tale of his redemption thanks to the intervention of the ghost of Marley (Bob Marley, that is) and three Christmas spirits. It's a totally original story.

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Neither rain, nor snow

... Nor presence of baby can stop Music in the Evening! Episode 44 has been released for your listening pleasure, featuring the return of Vorpal Fork, the cheap, crappy band whose heavy riffs and fantasy lyrics may remind you of actual, good band The Sword. Also find therein some wordless music, and some with words. Words about long-haul space trucking!

Oh, the plot? Fiona, Snobberson's rich sister, fires her butler. Shortly afterward, a mysterious killer goes on a rampage throughout the theater. Is there a connection?

May I toot my own horn? I really feel like MitE has been coming together lately. Snappy editing, what I hope are enjoyable plots, jokes that make me laugh, at least. And really, self-pleasure is what it's all about. MitE may have as many listeners as a mangled war veteran has fingers one on hand, but that will never dissuade me from producing them.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Episode 43!

Hello there, folks! Episode 43 is out, and it's a doozy! But aren't they all? Visit the Episodes! link to grab it, or read a short synopsis on the Episode Guide page. Do whatever. I'm not the boss of you.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Episode 42

Think a hard drive crash can stop Music in the Evening? No, because I backed up almost everything to a second disk before the first one lost its mind. Episode 42, "The People's Republic of Music in the Evening," is here. Part of a political diptych with 41, "Fred," this episode finds Gertrude and Olivia, the violently feminist duo who perform as Mysyc fyr Wymyn, taking over the show to introduce benevolent liberal rule. See? Left, right. I'm an equal opportunity offender. I'm not politically slanted.*

* Horseshit.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Update my blog? Naw.

Oh, fine. I guess I'll update the blog after all with exciting information about MitE production. Episode 42 has been cooking for some time now, and I'm hammering it into shape when I get spare time here and there. Just a few finishing touches in voice work and music, and it'll be ready for primetime.

What's it about, you ask? Well, it's part of a political diptych (you're the diptych, diptych!) with episode 41, in which we met Fred. With Fred, we explored the wonders of conservatism, and in episode 42, we meet some intense liberals. You know them: Gertrude and Olivia, the sisters who perform as Mysyc fyr Wymyn, because remember, all other vowels are emblematic of the patriarchy. What happens when they decide to take over the show for its own good? We shall see!

Monday, April 6, 2015

Fiddlin' About

I told you it was not a guarantee! I'm sneaking about in the old episodes, making little nips and tucks. Episode 19's gotten a bit of a goosing. I did a little bit of work on 22, the Mole-Men episode. And episode 2 you already know about. From now on, your downloads of the episodes will be the new ones. I'll keep the old, the "Too Hot for TV" (or too BAD for TV) ones, but they won't be available. They'll be behind the velvet curtain, for historical curiosity only.