Kind Soundwaves

   In the year 2067, the audio power emanating from the Voodoo Moose Corporate Headquarters in Shenzhen, China, was so powerful it tore a hole in the space-time continuum. From that moment, enormous waves of sonic energy spontaneously erupted into existence across vast swaths of remote areas in the multiverse. One such eruption imbued mystical energy into three magic totems that when brought together form the Kind Soundwave.

  In 2006 those totems were united and disseminated into RSS feeds across cyberspace a new podcast that bares the name of the force that brought forth its existence. The reaction online was mixed. Some praised its unique mixes of music and spoken audio, but others found the meandering and seemingly-unrelated flow of content distracts from an otherwise fruitful conversation. The podcast has been slow to update, but a cult following in the remote reaches of the Siberian tundra has grown to the point of being recongized by the state as an official religion.


Screenside Chats

   Screenside Chats is the fireside chat of the future. Humanity no longer huddles around fires in groups, rather in front of screens in radical and far superior solitude. Each episode features a raw and uncut interview with a new genius voice of a generation.

   While Kind Soundwaves mixes it up with audio pulled from all over the net, this is where the interviews have a little room to breathe. it's just the flow-of-the-conversation here. Nothing more spectacular than that! The show was started as a way to give listeners more choices, and to let Kind Soundwaves pull from several interviews, rather than featuring one creator in each show.


Voodoo Moose Live

  When the going gets tough, and you can't find a way to soothe that existential pain of daily life, we can offer no help. We can, however, offer this live show, where we convene with a group of our closest allies and confidants to discuss the issues of the day. Particularly, and perhaps exclusively, issues relating to Voodoo Moose Intl. and its affiliates.