Hell Gate City Companion is a podcast offered in the style of a community radio show for the fictional town of Neo Amsterdam, aka Hell Gate City, a seemingly dystopian cyberpunk NYC. New episodes drop on or around the 2nd and 16th of each month. Host Kirby Bevins keeps listeners abreast of normal and paranormal news, with audio drama interludes, an original score, and surprisingly scarce updates on the inter-dimensional portal atop Hell Gate Bridge. If you like the show and want us to keep making it, we welcome your support. Hop aboard our Patreon at http://patreon.com/hellgatecity Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/berrey/support
Love is a noun, a nickname, a type of shack, a god, an emotion, a verb, and a score of zero in cyber-tennis (how’d they arrive at that one?).
All things are not what they seem. I, Kirby, look slightly fatter than last week. Yet, my bloat is just a bellyful of apologies for the delay of this episode. As you'll see with your ears, we got our boat rocked in the making of it.
What's in this episode? Hypothetically, your partn...
It’s the third month of the year, so you know what that means. The Governing Authority Group’s (GAG) annual Cyber-Purge is upon us. Watch your partners and your pets. I know I did. If you’ve seen a dusky blue teacup poodle, caged or otherwise, please alert the station.
It’s been a tough year all-around and to think, we kicked off the Kraken-virus plague during last year’s Cyber-Purge without even knowing it.
Many a cyborg fell to...
Dream a little dream with me, Kirby Bevins. Join us as we go hip deep into my psyche and, girl, it gets messy. Total radio apeshot. If you thought you knew ol’ Kirb up until now, think again. One Cyber Lucidity plunge and you’ll be swimming in a sea of intrigue, dark figures, and dangerous encounters.
That’s all before we tune in to the return of cyber-fan favorite, Dendricks' Corner, brought to you by Meg’s List. You heard me...
Strap on your psycho helmet. It's going to be a bumpy ride. A new audio production team has formed to take Amsterdenizens to a higher plane – no, not Ascension.
Host Kirby Bevins walks listeners through the slushy sludge of Manahatta Isle and into the depths of cult role-playing game sensation XYnon, a crime against the Church of Natas by two pyromaniacs (could it be the Pyro Bros?), and more.
Stay inquisitive. Stay vigilant...
Kirby revisits President Gorp’s alleged cyber-coup last week. Who helped it? How? What happened? Why? It came to a head, actually about 15 heads. They rolled off several Centurian Cenators and a slew of Representatives unlucky enough to be caught in the melee. Host Bevins remains undaunted even as the F.I.B. and pint-sized hate machines pursue him for crimes he swears he never even computed.
Rumors of Alby, the man-eating albino a...
Kirby Bevins finds himself on the lam, or lamb? Either way, he's now hiding out in a dingy capsule, trying to keep it together. He will not be cowed by the goon squad. Where to run?
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