Summary: Doc, Penny, and Jojo had a band that was going nowhere. Until they found a magical drum machine that transports them into their songs. From songwriter Jonathan Mann (Song-a-day) and producer Jonathan Mitchell (The Truth) comes a podcast inspired by 80’s cartoons about life as a struggling musician in the age of the internet.
Producer Jonathan Mitchell talks with songwriter and Songonauts co-creator Jonathan Mann about what makes a good song, and what it feels like to have a viral hit.
Doc, Penny, and Jojo are stuck in Obscurity. How will they save the Songoverse from in there?
Doc, Penny, and Jojo discover what it’s really like to live in Obscurity.
Gina Staxx doesn’t believe the Songoverse is real. So Doc, Penny, and Jojo take her there.
Dr. Staccato sends Doc, Penny, and Jojo home, where they discover Anti Music’s strange effect on the real world.
In order to find the most obscure song ever to save the Songoverse, Doc, Penny, and Jojo visit a deep cut from their first EP. But they discover that lyrics can have unintended consequences.
Doc, Penny, and Jojo are stuck in the song that made them internet-famous, and almost tore them apart.
Doc, Penny, and Jojo meet pop star Laney Duncan, and she knows exactly how to send them home.
Doc, Penny, and Jojo are in a band that's going nowhere, until they find a drum machine that transports them into the world of their songs.
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