Bump In The Night is a weekly podcast, and it's available from many places all over the web!
The original home of Bump In The Night! MTGCast is where our episodes are hosted for download. Every episode's entry on MTGCast's site contains a Download link. Plus, if you're a huge Magic: The Gathering nerd like Spruke is, you'll want to hang around that site for excellent casts like Constructed Criticism, Yo! MTG Taps, and The Mana Pool!
The best way to subscribe to Bump In The Night is in the iTunes store! This will download the new episode every week to your computer or iOS device.
MixCloud has the complete archives of Bump In The Night back through Episode One! They're tagged with timestamps so you can see what the individual tracks are at each point in the episode, and they stream smoothly.
With over 100 episodes stretching back every Monday uninterrupted for over two years, Bump In The Night has had a couple standout episodes. If you're new to Bump, start here to hear our best.
"Lies Synthpop Told Me" is the second full-length LP of Buffalo synthpop artist Spruke, releasing May 6 2013. The first half of this album explores the fun-filled illusions that pop music teaches us about true love and living happily ever after; the latter half of the album peels back the dreams and uncovers that the promises were empty. Features top tracks Shoot The Badguys and The "Sold" Song.
The 2012 "Factor Friction" EP sees the Buffalo producer take his characteristic unconventional songwriting arrangements and flavor them with twists from the dubstep genre. It grows and learns with the flavorings of dubstep growls and whomps, without falling into the same traditional verse-drop-verse-drop style that can plague tracks without a story to tell- no, here, this is a cohesive work that never seems to sit still, with its own distinct style only present on this album. Features the notable track Natural Order (Battle Of The Hipsters).
There's simply no denying Spruke's geeky nature- in May 2011, he teamed up with Magic: The Gathering author of two books and Pro Tour Hall of Famer Patrick "The Innovator" Chapin to release the definitive Magic musical album. Highlights include the viral Jace, The Mind Sculptor and reflections on the game's unique culture like Still Had All Deez.
Need to get in touch with Spruke, for reasons personal or professional?
For business, music-related inquiries, bookings, availability, licensing, or press, e-mail Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By far the quickest way to get in touch with Spruke is via Twitter at @Spruke. He responds to every single @-mention you might send him- request tracks, ask for feedback on your own, or make conversation, he's always available. Direct Messages do not reach him; please do not send DMs.