The Sonic Society

Showcasing the very best in new Audio Drama

Episode 289- A Hyborean Detective

| April 24, 2012

  Cimmerian from Broken Sea arrives for episode 5 and A Substitute Secretary from the 4077yh! Not to mention a surprise shout out from a Firefly fave…         The Mansion is going haywire. Something about a time incursion. Meanwhile, everyone’s favourite  

Episode 288- Sir A. Conan Sherlock

| April 17, 2012

The 4077th Productions drops by with a little of the Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes and Broken Sea continues with its Barbarian affair with Part 4. Jack finds himself in trouble with another gun pointed in his face. This time however, it’s from one Hot Cross’d Nun, Ms. Becca Babcock!

Hot Cross’d Nun

| April 15, 2012

By now you’ve heard about the awesome new Grindhouse Movie trailer our Jack has written and is directing. Fear not, he’s not abandoning the audio realm, just stretching his creative wings a little to film. With great gratitude to the amazing John Bell here’s the Radio Trailer to download! How can you help? Well, funny […]

Episode 287- Infernal Noises

| April 10, 2012

Icebox Radio Theater returns with part 2 of “The Demon” and we round off with two shorts from Precarious Audio with “The Cabin” and Praying Mantis Productions with “The Witch of Saratoga” and Jack has a visitor, the recent competitive model champion Miss Sarah Ainsley Harrison who keeps him company in the quiet of the […]

Bell’s a Ringin’ (Hellz a Poppin’)

| April 9, 2012

Our own John Bell was zoot suiting it up in Birmingham, Alabama searching for Harrison on his own Harrison Quest ready to be in a movie! What do you think? How great would it be to hear Harrison Ford on the Batfry?

Episode 286- The Demons of Hyboria

| April 3, 2012

And his eyes had all the seeming of a demon that is dreaming. This week in the Society we’re pleased to present a terror filled feature with part 1 of Icebox Radio‘s “The Demon”. Afterwards we continue with episode #3 of the series from Broken Sea Audio “Queen of the Black Coast”.

The History of an Epic

| April 2, 2012

Nothing is more interesting than looking back at the path that brought you to where you are, and nothing is more interesting than looking at Audio Epic’s History. Domien de Groot takes you on a great behind the scenes look at the development of an Audio writer and his love for the craft. Keep writing […]