SONGS FROM THE MOON is a seven-part podcast that blends music and spoken-word to tell the story of a society gone horribly wrong and one man’s challenge to put things back on track.
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The Podcast is on all major podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Spotify and You Tube. All of these major links will also be available through the home website: www.songsfromthemoon.net.
In addition, the featured song from each weeks episode will be simultaneously released as a single on all major steaming music platforms as well as though the artist website www.bradcolemusic.com
The entire soundtrack album for Songs From The Moon, will be released digitally and streaming on June 3, 2021
We meet our hero Cab, at the end of his rope. Depressed and miserable, he is looking to blame someone for the mess that his life has become and wonders how humans in the 21st century “gave up” on freedom. He rants - via his secret blog - until he gets a mysterious call from a friend that turns things around… at least for the time being.
Tucked away and living in a run-down lunar base inside the moon called "Shackleton’s Basement", Cab describes the evils of the corporate-controlled Unity House government that runs his life. He details the army of robots called PFRENDS (People Friendly Robots Engineered w/ Neural DynamicS) and the hypnotic propaganda barker called “The PowerShow”. Cab also decides to share with us his little slice of personal paradise.
In this transmission we meet Dad, Cab’s Intel Butler, who fills us in on Cab’s background and gives us a chilling first-hand account of the Earth shattering war known as “The Break”. Aside from being a life size hologram of Cab’s long past father, Dad is unique in that he shares a secret set of memories with Cab of life on Earth before “The Break”, before humanity was owned by The State - when there was a life that was wild and free.
Today we ask, What happens when you get dumped by your hot-bot?
We find Cab’s romantic ex delivering a summary of their relationship to her employer. It’s a lesson on the dangers of falling in love with a PFREND.
Cab lives in a world where all historical data is owned by the State and they have twisted the narrative to control society. Fed up with their manipulative crap, Cab goes toe-to-proverbial-toe with The Power Show about the love in our souls vs. “TruLove” as a State-sponsored religion.
Cab heads up to the lunar surface to visit his friend Low-G and finds an epiphany in the stars that will not only change his life, but perhaps the future of humanity.