“If you think this universe is bad, you should see some of the others.” It was the late author and science fiction prophet Philip K Dick who said that, and tonight on Clairaudience we’re choosing to read it as an optimistic statement. Tonight on the show, Ersa Lowly takes a call from Portland, Oregon’s own Reptaliens who ring up to share tales from the road, discuss science fiction, and the influence of ‘90s rock on their new album, Multiverse (Captured Tracks).

Songs featured in this episode: 

Bobby Christian, “Mooganga” 

The Bellbury Poly & Spaced, “Quiet Industry”

Reptaliens, “I Feel Fine”

Reptaliens, “Do You Know You’re Sleeping”

Stereophonic Space Sound Unlimited, “Samba Patrol”

Clairaudience is produced by Jason P. Woodbury, channeled by Mandi Kimes, and features original music and sounds by Sam Means.

One response to “Clairaudience: Into The Multiverse”

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