TotalCon 2016 – Wargaming Recon #153

Dilly Green Bean Games' TotalCon 2016 Cocktail Hour Class Photo depicting some of the incredible industry guests, con staff, vendors, and the only member of the press...your's truly.
Dilly Green Bean Games’ TotalCon 2016 Cocktail Hour Class Photo depicting some of the talented industry guests, con staff, vendors, and your’s truly too.

 

TotalCon is one of the most exciting, entertaining, and enjoyable tabletop gaming conventions in New England.  They successfully combine RPGs, board games, old school RPGs, minis gaming, and live events together for a truly geeky time.  This year was the 30th anniversary for the convention.  We cover the con in this episode.

Events Attended

  • Tiny Epic Galaxies with industry guest GM Ben Gerber
  • Convoy to Malta War at Sea Game with GM Dan Eustace
  • Writing for RPGs panel with industry guests Michael Curtis, Jeffrey Talanian, and Mike Pondsmith
  • My wife and daughter visited for the afternoon
  • Riding the Rocket the First 5 Years at TSR panel with industry guest Tim Kask
  • Playing 1775 with listeners (and friends) Patrick and Cary
  • Dilly Green Bean Games Cocktail Party

Problems Encountered

  • Hotel under renovations despite promising con it’d be finished before Feb 1, 2016
  • Guests were given wrong rooms
  • Interior of some rooms were covered with plaster dust (on the bed, TV, etc)
  • Problems with the water in some bathrooms. Turns off randomly, only gives scaldingly hot water in spurts
  • Telephones were not hooked up/operational in some rooms
  • Furniture haphazardly tossed into some rooms
  • It impacted all rooms but surprisingly it heavily hit suites and rooms for industry guests
  • More than 60 parking spots are filled with construction debris and tractor trailers storing items
  • Construction debris could be found in some hallways making it difficult for attendees with limited mobility to get by
  • The hotel’s restaurant had exceedingly slow service
  • NONE OF THIS WAS TOTALCON’S FAULT.  They did their due diligence but the hotel gave them incorrect information.

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Listener Mail

Via our Facebook page:

  1. Listener John said of Ep 152: Pulp Wargaming Hanghai with Mike Paine “Great to hear the Grand Poobah speak and enlighten us all. Nice job.”
  2. Listener Richard said of Ep 152: Pulp Wargaming Hanghai with Mike Paine “”Great interview.”

Do you have questions, comments, or constructive feedback? Then please share it with us on Facebook, Twitter, or via e-mail at jonathan@wargamingrecon.com.

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GIVEAWAY IS OVER.  Listener Kyle won the free weekend pass to TotalCon.  Here is his 5 star iTunes review:

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Wargaming Recon is dedicated to the memory of long time listener Andrew who helped to give the show its name.  I ask all listeners to join me in a moment of silence in Andrew’s honor.

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  2. Patrick
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Jonathan is recording Wargaming Recon LIVE for your viewing pleasure. You can watch the live streaming episodes through our brand new LIVE page.

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The Maine Historical Wargamers Association (they’re the people behind HUZZAH “Historical Wargaming for New England” are a new sponsor for the show. So grateful for their support. Please be sure to go to Huzzah May 13-16, 2016 at the Doubletree Inn in South Portland, Maine. I’ll be there doing a LIVE podcast recording.

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Writing for RPGs – TotalCon 2016 Panel

Will be live blogging the Writing for RPGs panel from TotalCon 2016.  Industry guests Mike Pondsmith, Michael Curtis, and Jeffrey Talanian are featured on this panel.

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The film The Gamers (affiliate link) is highly recommended by Mike Pondsmith as an advisory tale for those wishing to write for RPGs.  He says “a really well done game is a cool toy you get to play with and then hand it over to someone else.”Gamer's_Cover

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“I was never trying to explore or exploit a market niche I thought I could make money from.  It came from my passion.”-Jeffrey Talanian

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“Build on a plot line or theme that you’re passionate about…because you have this passion about this topic or plot line the passion will come through in your writing.”-Mike Curtis

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“If you’re going into digital development start by learning paper.”-Mike Pondsmith

It gives you the necessary foundation to move on.

“Anybody can code but you guys are gonna build world.”-Mike Pondsmith

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Good things can be a result of simply getting your foot in the door.  Have to read everyone else’s stuff to have an informed opinion of the company and to be sure it is a good fit all around.

Be sure to know the company’s products and how you will jump off from there.  You’re golden if:

  1. You can get the stuff done
  2. Know the material
  3. Meet the deadline

 

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Do your research.  Look at what is done by existing designers and companies and give your spin on it.  Keep your pitch short to be not more than two or three pages long.  If it is too long they’ll be turned off by the quantity.

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“I’ve hired people over the years at Talsorian because they did stuff [by putting it on the net].”-Mike Pondsmith

“People in the industry are always looking for talent.  It’s better if they approach you.”-Mike Pondsmith

“I had been designing campaigns and adventures for my friends since I was 10 years old.  Never imagined myself getting into game design.”-Jeffrey Talanian

A recurring theme is being a RPG writer won’t make you rich.  Have to do this because you love it not because you want to be rich.

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“If you don’t mind sleeping under your desk for a little while you can make more money writing for digital but you’ll have no life”-Mike Pondsmith

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“We’re working on a video game version of Cyberpunk….imagine a science fiction scale Witcher.”-Mike Pondsmith

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“Castle Zagyg is basically Castle Greyhawk with the serial numbers filed off”-Jeffrey Talanian

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The panelists are here!

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Starting to fill up here.  Two industry guests have arrived and four other people in the audience.  Should be a fun panel covering a topic of which I am not familiar.

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Getting ready to go live with the live stream. Hope you enjoy!

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This game teaches babies that items don’t go away simply because they can’t be seen. We show the bees to my daughter. Then they get put in the beehive. We ask her “where are the bees?” She then has to find the bees and take them out.

Bees jingle or make crinkly noises. Can you tell she loves this game?

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Catherine, my 9 month old, decided to try Prison Architect for herself. What do you think? Do I have a future gamer on my hands?

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Now it is time for some Prison Architect. This game will make an appearance in my live stream later today.

An added challenge is playing while my 9 month old daughter sits on my lap. She likes to play with daddy’s computer too.

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Began my day at 8am playing Angry Birds 2 on my iPhone 5s. Beat the final boss of the first stage, which allowed me to move on to the second level. Very exciting!

Jonathan’s TotalCon 2016 Schedule

TotalCon begins this TODAY!  If you haven’t pre-registered don’t worry. You can get your ticket on site. There are heaps of games, events, panels, and fun to be had.

This year I will be in attendance with Troll in the Corner owner & Indie Talks host Ben Gerber. Ben, as a Guest of Honor, is running a few events and is also sitting on a slew of panels. Be sure to look at Ben’s Schedule to see what he is doing.

If you are coming to TotalCon this year, I’d love to meet you.  Below you can find my public con schedule.  Just look for the tall guy wearing either a black or gray Wargaming Recon t-shirt. If you like us on Facebook you will be able to see a photo of me during the con to make it easier for you to find me.

Friday February 21

1-3pm Arrival/Stairs of the Immortal: Duke Crestfaul and the Lightess/Small Board and Card Games: Big Fun!

Hoping to arrive for 1pm.  If I make it in time and if there is still space I’m hoping to play either in Guest of Honor Jay Libby’s Stairs of the Immortal RPG or Guest of Honor Ben Gerber’s Small Board and Card Games event.  Don’t play many RPGs so it’d be nice to try something different and although I own a copy of Love Letter I’ve never played it.  No matter what happens it is sure to be fun.

3-5pm Meander

This is a great time to visit the vendor room and then walk around taking photos.  There’ll be a lot of people playing games and fun stuff happening.

5pm Dinner

I’ll be dining in Pike’s Peak with Guest of Honor Ben Gerber. If you see us don’t be shy, feel free to come up and say hi!

6-7pm Perusing the Con

There are numerous events I need to pop by. You can find me visiting:
Guest of Honor Peter “Blix” Bryant’s Blixapalooza in the lobby.

7-11pm Convoy to Malta

Convoy to Malta is a War at Sea event (GMed by Dan Eustace) in the minis room.  Dan has taken the standard War at Sea game as created by Wizards of the Coast and he’s enhanced it with resources, info, and ideas from the excellent Axis & Allies ForuMINI online community.  Dan’s events are always a blast.  If you’re not playing in anything at 7pm you should try to get into the game.

11pm Podcast the Day’s Events

When I return to my hotel room I am recording my thoughts on the day.  With luck I may even be able to edit and release the recordings from the con, for your listening pleasure.  This will most likely be a LIVE recording you can watch on YOUTUBE!  Should warn if you watch the live recording I may be imbibing alcoholic beverages so it will be for mature audiences only.  The actual podcast episode will be safe for all per usual.

Saturday February 22nd

9am Breakfast

A guy has to eat. The hotel serves a good breakfast buffet. This is a good way to meet other gamers and catch up.  Feel free to have breakfast with me if you’d like (everyone pays their own way).

11am Writing for RPGs (Auditorium)

Industry guests discuss the process of writing for a roleplaying game.  The panel is moderated by Jenn Gerber.  Looking forward to learning a lot about the writing process.

Noon-2/3pm Lunch/Family visit

My wife and infant daughter are coming to visit and check out the con.  My wife has never been to TotalCon before and there’s a lot of people who want to meet the baby.

1-5pm Hanghai Hustle

GM Mike Paine is running his Hanghai pulp wargame.  After my family leaves Mike said he’ll make room for me to play even if the game is half over.  Mike is one of the GMs I ALWAYS look for at a gaming convention.  YOU.  NEED.  TO.  PLAY.  THIS.  GAME.

5-7pm Riding the Rocket TSR’s First 5 Years

Guest of Honor Tim Kask discusses the first five years of TSR’s existence covering how they made Dungeons & Dragons and hopefully Chainmail too.

7pm Dinner

Consider this an informal meetup.  Any who wish to can join me for dinner at the hotel restaurant Pike’s Peak.  Everyone pays their own way but we can have a meal and discuss the fun at TotalCon.  If you see me don’t be shy, feel free to come up and say hi!  Please try to connect with me BEFOREHAND so I can be sure everyone is together before going into the restaurant.  Makes it easier on the restaurant staff.

11pm Private Event

I can’t speak about this but please know it has the opportunity to open quite a few doors for Wargaming Recon.

Sunday February 23rd

11am Open Gaming

I’ll be around to game for a bit. Got a game you’d like to play? I’m also bringing some board/card games to play. Maybe I’ll pack X-wing minis too

Noon Adios

Homeward bound.

Pulp Wargaming Hanghai with Mike Paine – Wargaming Recon #152

Hanghai is one of the most enjoyable pulp wargame events you’ll ever play.  Gamemaster Mike Paine discusses his homebrewed game and his thoughts on wargaming.

Hanghai being enjoyed by kids at Huzzah 2015.
Hanghai being enjoyed by kids at Huzzah 2015.

 

Baby Catherine visits Hanghai.
Baby Catherine visits Hanghai.

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Listener Mail

Via our Facebook page:

  1. Listener Dave said of Ep 151: Henry Hyde’s Shot, Steel, & Stone “Epic episode with the Hydemaster.  We don’t see him enough on Recon.”
  2. Listener Timothy said of Ep 151: Henry Hyde’s Shot, Steel, & Stone “I enjoyed the recent podcast…and shall be watching with interest future developments with the rules, especially if you venture into…19th century.”

Do you have questions, comments, or constructive feedback? Then please share it with us on Facebook, Twitter, or via e-mail at jonathan@wargamingrecon.com.

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GIVEAWAY IS OVER.  The winner will be announced on our Facebook page and in the TotalCon 2016 episode (releases Feb 29, 2016) of the show.

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Wargaming Recon is dedicated to the memory of long time listener Andrew who helped to give the show its name.  I ask all listeners to join me in a moment of silence in Andrew’s honor.

Do You Like Wargaming Recon?

If you like what you hear and you use iTunes to get our content we ask a favor of you. Please consider reviewing us on iTunes & Stitcher Radio.

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Don’t want to wait?  Support Wargaming Recon through our Patreon. It costs just $1 per per month. That is less than a cup of coffee.
Thank you to:

  1. Dave & the Wargames @ BattleShades Facebook group
  2. Patrick
  3. Chris P.

Announcements
Wargaming Recon LIVE Page
Jonathan is recording Wargaming Recon LIVE for your viewing pleasure. You can watch the live streaming episodes through our brand new LIVE page.

It shows the live streaming recording, a calendar of upcoming live recordings, and it features a chatroom for you to chat with other listeners and with Jonathan!

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The Maine Historical Wargamers Association (they’re the people behind HUZZAH “Historical Wargaming for New England” are a new sponsor for the show. So grateful for their support. Please be sure to go to Huzzah May 13-16, 2016 at the Doubletree Inn in South Portland, Maine. I’ll be there doing a LIVE podcast recording.

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Many thanks to Jeremy Kostiew, Troll ITC’s logo designer, for our amazing logo. Check out his portfolio at MightyNightGaunt.com


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We hope you enjoy this episode of Wargaming Recon and welcome your feedback. Send it all to:

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Downtown” by Matthew Ebel is our theme song. Please give his other music a listen at www.matthewebel.com.

This recording is licensed under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0 license.

Henry Hyde’s Shot, Steel & Stone – Wargaming Recon #151

Shot, Steel & Stone is Henry Hyde’s foray into writing wargaming rules.  Henry discusses his many projects and the state of wargaming.

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Listener Mail

Via the Web:

  1. Jacksarge’s Wargames Ramblings blog said of episode 148: Miniature Wargaming the Movie with Joseph Piddington “After listening to an interview with movie maker Joseph Piddington I decided to back this excellent project for a hard copy of the DVD”

Via our Facebook page:

  1. Listener Dave asked “Could you ask Henry which miniature painter(s) he admires or aspires to emulate?”
  2. Listener Jamie asked a question for Henry “As a man on the inside of the historical gaming world, but the outside if the main businesses. Why does it seem that only WWII gets decent starter sets?”

Do you have questions, comments, or constructive feedback? Then please share it with us on Facebook, Twitter, or via e-mail at jonathan@wargamingrecon.com.

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WIN one FREE weekend pass to TOTALCON in Mansfield, Massachusetts!

How to win:

  1. Rate and review Wargaming Recon on iTunes.  Click this LINK to rate and review the show.

Giveaway Rules

  1. One winner will be chosen at random from the pool of contestants.
  2. The giveaway ends at 12 midnight EST FRIDAY FEB 12, 2016.
  3. The winner will be announced on the Wargaming Recon Facebook page.
  4. The winner can pick up the pass in person at TotalCon OR we will mail it to them.
  5. All iTunes reviews will be read on future episodes of the show.  Even if you don’t win you’ll still get your review read on the show.

 

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Wargaming Recon is dedicated to the memory of long time listener Andrew who helped to give the show its name.  I ask all listeners to join me in a moment of silence in Andrew’s honor.

Do You Like Wargaming Recon?

If you like what you hear and you use iTunes to get our content we ask a favor of you. Please consider reviewing us on iTunes & Stitcher Radio.

iTunes is one of the most popular ways for listeners to find podcasts. Why not help a potential new listener find our show and help grow the hobby?

Review us on iTunes

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Patreon backers get the newest episodes FIRST

As a thank you to those backing the show on Patreon I will be releasing episodes to them before anyone else can get the episode.

Don’t want to wait?  Why not support Wargaming Recon through our Patreon. It costs just $1 per per month. That is less than a cup of coffee.



Thank you to:

  1. Dave & the Wargames @ BattleShades Facebook group
  2. Patrick
  3. Chris P.

Announcements
Wargaming Recon LIVE Page
Jonathan is recording Wargaming Recon LIVE for your viewing pleasure. You can watch the live streaming episodes through our brand new LIVE page.

It shows the live streaming recording, a calendar of upcoming live recordings, and it features a chatroom for you to chat with other listeners and with Jonathan!

Please visit our LIVE page to be an active part of the community.

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The Maine Historical Wargamers Association (they’re the people behind HUZZAH “Historical Wargaming for New England” are a new sponsor for the show. So grateful for their support. Please be sure to go to Huzzah May 13-16, 2016 at the Doubletree Inn in South Portland, Maine. I’ll be there doing a LIVE podcast recording.

Episode Guide Tells You What’s in the Pipe

Some Reminders:
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Many thanks to Jeremy Kostiew, Troll ITC’s logo designer, for our amazing logo. Check out his portfolio at MightyNightGaunt.com


Penny for Your Thoughts

We hope you enjoy this episode of Wargaming Recon and welcome your feedback. Send it all to:

Our Theme Song
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Our intro song is “Downtown” by Matthew Ebel. Please give his other music a listen at www.matthewebel.com.

This recording is licensed under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0 license.

Wargaming Recon in 2016 – Wargaming Recon #150

Exciting times are here for 2016.  Learn the who’s who, the what’s what, and the wargaming goodness planned for 2016!

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Confirmed Guests for 2016

  • Henry Hyde-wargaming author, editor of Miniature Wargames magazine
  • Mike Paine-GM, creator of the Hanghai pulp games
  • Adrian Benson-retired U.S. Navy submariner

Potential Guests for 2016

  • Neil Shuck-host of Meeples & Miniatures podcast
  • Alyssa Faden-Torn Armor Kickstarter creator
  • Jon & Diane Sutherland-military history authors

Convention Coverage for 2016

  • Total Confusion-Feb 18-21, 2016 at Holiday Inn in Mansfield, Massachusetts
  • HAVOC-April 1-3, 2016 at Maironis Park in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts
  • Huzzah-May 13-15, 2016 at Double Tree in South Portland, Maine

 

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Listener Mail

Via our Facebook page:

Via the Web:

  1. Jacksarge’s Wargames Ramblings blog said “Jonathan is very enthusiastic about his subject – I especially enjoy it when he has Henry Hyde on the show.”
  2. The Miniatures Man blog said of episode 148: Miniature Wargaming the Movie with Joseph Piddington “I was sold when I heard an interview with producer Joseph Piddington on Wargaming Recon.  He has got a vision for this 90-minute film that really grips me.”

Do you have questions, comments, or constructive feedback? Then please share it with us on Facebook, Twitter, or via e-mail at jonathan@wargamingrecon.com.

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I’m stunned and terribly saddened to hear of the passing of longtime listener Andrew. He helped to give the show the name Wargaming Recon. Andrew was a kind soul who selflessly gave of himself to help those around him. Despite being legally blind he taught children how to wargame.

Wargaming Recon has lost a good friend in his passing. I ask all listeners to join me in a moment of silence in Andrew’s honor.

Do You Like Wargaming Recon?

If you like what you hear and you use iTunes to get our content we ask a favor of you. Please consider reviewing us on iTunes & Stitcher Radio.

iTunes is one of the most popular ways for listeners to find podcasts. Why not help a potential new listener find our show and help grow the hobby?

Review us on iTunes

Stitcher Radio is fast becoming a popular way for listeners to find great podcasts. Help a would-be listener find Wargaming Recon by leaving your review.

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PATREON
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Patreon backers get the newest episodes FIRST

As a thank you to those backing the show on Patreon I will be releasing episodes to them before anyone else can get the episode.

Don’t want to wait? Why not support Wargaming Recon through our Patreon. It costs just $1 per per month. That is less than a cup of coffee.



Thank you to:

  1. Dave & the Wargames @ BattleShades Facebook group
  2. Patrick
  3. Chris P.

Announcements
Wargaming Recon LIVE Page
Jonathan is recording Wargaming Recon LIVE for your viewing pleasure. You can watch the live streaming episodes through our brand new LIVE page.

It shows the live streaming recording, a calendar of upcoming live recordings, and it features a chatroom for you to chat with other listeners and with Jonathan!

Please visit our LIVE page to be an active part of the community.

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The Maine Historical Wargamers Association (they’re the people behind HUZZAH “Historical Wargaming for New England” are a new sponsor for the show. So grateful for their support. Please be sure to go to Huzzah May 13-16, 2016 at the Doubletree Inn in South Portland, Maine. I’ll be there doing a LIVE podcast recording.

Episode Guide Tells You What’s in the Pipe

Some Reminders:
Screen Shot 2015-07-18 at 4.02.23 PM

Screen Shot 2015-07-18 at 4.05.10 PM

itunes-subscribe


Many thanks to Jeremy Kostiew, Troll ITC’s logo designer, for our amazing logo. Check out his portfolio at MightyNightGaunt.com


Penny for Your Thoughts

We hope you enjoy this episode of Wargaming Recon and welcome your feedback. Send it all to:

Our Theme Song
Matthew-Ebel-Logo

Our intro song is “Downtown” by Matthew Ebel. Please give his other music a listen at www.matthewebel.com.

This recording is licensed under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0 license.