The darkness comes earlier and earlier this time of year, but there’s no need to fear the inky blackness. After all, under the cover of night, we can explore the strangeness of our world freely, shielded from the prying eyes of squares and the uptight masses. Nighttime is our time, when our obligations recede and mystery abounds. The nighttime belongs to us, dear listener, and we belong to it. Welcome once again to Clairaudience on WASTOIDS: let’s get lost in the darkness.
Selections heard in this episode of Clairaudience with Ersa Lowly:
Bobby Christian, “Mooganga“
Robert Hall Productions, “The Good Days”
Suzanne Ciani, “Flowers of Evil (Excerpt)
Dave Richmond, “Day Dreaming”
Walter Kubiczek, “Das Licht der Schwarzen Kerze”
Do you have a story Clairaudience? Leave us a message on the WASTOIDS hotline. Call 1-877-WASTOIDS. That’s 1-877-927-8643(7). We’d love to hear about your nighttime visions and the contents of your conjurings. Need more music from Ersa’s zone? Check out the official Clairaudience Spotify playlist.