Shows Out of Austin

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Creation Date September 13th, 2019
Updated Date Updated November 30th, 2020
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This playlist is to highlight the shows out of Austin. If you want to see the latest releases, check out our Austin Podcasters Friday Listen list.
  1. Comedy

  2. Yes But Why is an Austin-based podcast in which host Amy Jordan interviews improvisers, writers, showrunners, and other creatives about what inspires them, how they handle their struggles and what project they’re working on next!
  3. If you’ve ever chosen an outfit from the pile of dirty laundry, ordered takeout despite having a fridge full of groceries, or spent hours finding solace in dark memes instead of going to the gym - you might just be Demon Trash. Come join the misadventures of Papa Trash & Baby Demon aka Carol Ella & Avery Bryce, as these two millennial twenty-somethings celebrate being their worst best selves. Support this podcast:
  4. The talk radio show that travels through time.
  5. Welcome to Wonderful! It’s an enthusiast podcast by Griffin and Rachel McElroy in which they discuss Very Good Things, and the Things that Make Them Good. Got a Good Thing you’re excited about that you want them to talk about on the show? Shoot ‘em an email at
  6. The White Pants Society began as a forum for cultural exchange. The name was an alternative use for the initials TWS in the logo. If you’re saying to yourself “self, that should be TWPS” then you’re overthinking it and probably don’t have a sense of humor. The goal of everything we do here is to openly and honestly discuss any topic we find interesting. We engage in debates to learn from other points of view and share ideas. Disagreement without disrespect is at the core of our values system along with the idea that if you can’t find the humor in something you need to relax.
  7. The most professional-unprofessional podcast out of South Austin, Tx. Sit down with us as we divulge into a variety of topics, most of the time with a tolerable intake of alcohol but also with a local guest that is making a great artistic impact in our city. Think JBP meets Drink Champs.
  8. YOU'RE ONLY HUMAN DAWG! The soul purpose of this podcast serves as a little witty, daily reminder that we are all just humans, who need to f*cking relax. Despite all of our daily struggles our lifes life is to short to stress. Hosted by Paul Joseph who brings witty comedy Plus motivation, Paul's mission as host is to help his fellow human beings see the lighter side of things and help people to release stress through comedy and help people build confedence in themselves through motivation.
  9. A weekly podcast where your hosts Shannon, Allen, Eric and Duke Soft P rank the Highs (Hi) and Lows (Lo) of various topics including Movies, Dog Ownership, Television, Politics you name it! No idea is too dumb to do an entire episode on! Available every Tuesday! Want to be a guest or have an interesting topic we should rank? Email us at
  1. TV & Film

  2. Reviews of movies on Amazon Prime, strictly following the "Customers Also Watched" list. Part of the Prescribed Films Podcast Network.
  3. Hosts Alex Mattis and Julio Olivera take on popular opinion, trashing movies everyone loves and praising movies everyone hates. Visit their website at
  4. Each week we hit the "random" button on Crunchyroll and force ourselves to watch whatever shows up, then get together on Monday and discuss what happened!Co-hosts Colin and Kayla are a married couple who subject themselves to the best and the worst of anime by pressing the most dangerous button that Crunchyroll has ever provided. Their weekly selections range from absolute classics, to trash that nobody has heard of, to infamous titles that nobody wants to admit they've watched.
  5. Welcome to the cross-media podcast of your dreams! Al and Morgan discuss various adaptations of different media texts to uncover which are wonderful and which . . . aren't.
  6. After a home run filled season one, From Left Field’s second season takes us from the baseball diamond to 30 Rock. Join us as we take a look at the 11 official SNL films. With Wendy Simmons and JJ Summers. From Left Field is produced by Down Home Creative, an Austin-based creative collective.
  7. Pop Culture Confessions is a podcast about revealing (and atoning for) our greatest movie sins-by-omission. Your three hosts are ready to bare their souls and fix their cultural blind spots for your entertainment. Please be gentle.
  8. Looking for a new show to watch? We've got you covered! Each episode we share what current shows we love, revisit themes and trends in past shows, and discuss hot topics in television.
  9.’s weekly movie and tv show reviews in a group conversational format.
  10. Deliberations of Doom is a deep-cut podcast about horror, examining the filmography of the great directors, asking questions about the genre, and reviewing new releases.
  11. One Of Us’ Blu-ray/DVD review podcast breaks through the pixel barrier and takes you inside all the latest home entertainment selections. What should you buy? What should you avoid? What glorious title will win our prestigious Pick of the Week honors? Tune in and find out, on the only Blu-ray review show that encourages you to crank up the Digital Noise.
  12. All things Kaiju artist super-star Matt Frank hosts his own podcast talking about giant monsters, robots, and more.
  13. Welcome to the Women in Caskets Podcast where a pair of Austin, TX horror fans pick apart the movies, television shows, games and everything else that scares us. Hosted by Jen Brown, voice actor from Red vs Blue, RWBY and DC Universe Online, and Dawn Humphrey, horror fan, desk jockey and avid social media junkie.
  14. On Facebook at, a panel show on horror movies, vampire movies, and all around awesomeness. With "Alex Van Helsing" and "Ben 10" comic creator Jason Henderson, "Halloween Man" comic creator Drew Edwards, "Psy-comm" and "Clockwerx" manga creator and "Deserts of Mars" frontman Tony Salvaggio, and attorney Julia Guzman. (Formerly "Castle Dracula Horror Movie Podcast.") This Podcast was created using
  15. Each week, queer hosts Joe Lipsett and Trace Thurman discuss a horror film with LGBTQ+ themes, a high camp quotient or both.
  16. Junkfood Cinema is a shame-free celebration of cult cinema hosted by critic Brian Salisbury and Marvel Studios screenwriter C. Robert Cargill
  17. Rage Select is the new home of Jason and Jeff. Expect podcasts, Let's Plays, and so much more.
  18. This is a daily podcast committed to activating dormant independent creatives to get out of the house and express themselves. Share your secrets and stories right here on the show!
  19. The Note Closers Show Podcast covers everything you don’t know about real estate investing today, specifically the world of note investing. Scott Carson, CEO of We Close Notes, interviews experts in the note investing field, including vendors he works with, and students he has trained. Prepare to be educated and entertained on the secrets of how you can control millions of dollars’ worth of property for pennies on the dollar, through investing in distressed real estate notes. Scott and his students have each closed thousands of deals, all over the United States. Listen each week to stay on top of the latest developments in note investing, how to get to the right people, avoid the wrong people, get the inside track on buying from the banks, find the notes you are looking for, negotiate the best price, and make the high returns you deserve. Whether you are focused on performing, nonperforming, owner-financed, first, second, residential or commercial notes, you are in the right spot! Scott will show you how to find the deals where others aren’t looking, how to get the banks to call you with deals, and how to attract the right type of investors who are looking to fund your deals. Scott also brings in experts in marketing, entrepreneurship, business, and mindset to help his audience in the day-to-day grind of being a business owner, investor and entrepreneur. With over a decade of experience as the “Note Guy” Scott has invested in all types of note investments. Ranging from residential assets on an individual or large bulk basis to commercial notes in each asset class, Scott has the connections and knowledge to help his students take down all property types. If you have an appetite to grow your business from single family homes to multifamily, self-storage, mobile home parks, mixed-use, strip malls or other asset classes, Scott brings on the experts in these different fields to help give you guidance and clarity as a note and real estate investor to find success at your own pace. The Note Closers Show also features a variety of different experts and vendors ranging from attorneys, servicing companies, special servicing experts, title experts, and other real estate professionals to help you organize your own note business and have the best possible team of professionals at your disposal. Along with these experts, Scott also spends time identifying market and deal opportunities across the multiple facets of the note and paper industry. Scott also realizes that work isn’t everything to an entrepreneur and that’s why he also mixes in the occasionally mindset expert and guest wild card to keep his shows content fresh and relevant in today’s everchanging investment environment. It’s common for Scott to add an award-winning personality, athlete or podcaster to the stellar lineup of guests who might make a surprise appearance on the podcast. Scott’s willingness to be an open book and share the different facets of his business, life, and journey and his ability to use humor (and his sound effects) will keep you coming back again and again. Some of the previous guests of the Note Closers Show have been professional athletes, Emmy award-winning life coaches, and a variety of best-selling authors and experts in their fields to add value to the businesses and lives of the millions of listeners of the Note Closers Show across the United States and over one hundred different countries. You can also listen to the podcast on a variety of different AM and FM radio stations across the country. You can also watch the episodes on the WeCloseNotes YouTube channel. If you want to tap into the Note Closers Show family and information network, you can by texting Notes to 72000 or by checking out the website for a full schedule of events and trainings offered. Otherwise, make sure to subscribe to the podcast and leave us a five-star review! You can also pick up a copy of Scott’s book for free at
  20. Welcome to Franchise Killer, a podcast where we pick movie franchises, or wannabe franchises, review them film-by-film and see where things went wrong….or right.
  1. Literature

  2. Books & Beer is a freewheeling podcast that delves deep into the many subgenres and tropes of horror, science fiction, and fantasy in literature. The hosts, Zach and Andrew are Austin based writers, while Miguel provides emotional support. They also drink a lot of beer.
  3. Learn the innovative book promotion secrets of bestselling authors.
  4. The Christian Publishing Show is a podcast to help Christian authors change the world. We talk about how to improve in the craft of writing, how to get published, and how to market effectively. Get expert advice from industry insiders. Hosted by Thomas Umstattd Jr.
  1. Audio Drama - Comedy

  2. What happens when an adolescent Alien abducts a Human for a school project? Tune in every 4 earth weeks to follow the adventures of the crew of B.A.R.B.A.R.A. in their intergalactic quest to get an "A" on Junior's school project!
  3. The shitshow must go on. A small-town morning radio show attracts national attention when a wildly unprepared gunman takes the hosts hostage on the air. Captivated is a four-part limited series written and directed by Ana Worrel and Amy Frances Wright. Trigger warning: gun violence.
  1. Audio Drama - Science Fiction

  2. Traveling across America you may see a hand-painted sign featuring one word. If you are lucky, you will continue on wondering if something that old can refer to a thing that still exists. Unfortunately it does. You are following a sign that reads "Zoo"
  3. "Supernatural? We're not super anything. Just a little extra." Hapless half-demon Corin Black taxis creatures of the night through Baltimore's sin-soaked streets.
  4. Unplaced tells the story of a woman who wakes up one day to find that no one can see or hear her, and everyone she knows is slowly forgetting about her. That would be weird enough...but after a few weeks of being invisible, she finds she's not the only being other people can't see.
  5. Starcalled is a science-fiction, action-adventure audio drama. Set in the galactic frontier, Starcalled follows the dangerous lives of Lieutenant Saranus Kron and Dr. Elona Zoren, two young officers in the 443rd Colonial Fleet Infantry, as they race to uncover a conspiracy under the ever looming specter of war. This narrative fiction podcast features a full cast, an original cinematic score, and immersive sound design. Intended for a mature audience. Listener discretion is advised.
  6. The Network makes sure Profiles eat right & stay focused — but Profile 24 — thanks to a mysterious bird — is finding that difficult.
  1. Audio Drama - Cyberpunk

  2. 'Splintered Caravan' is a Cyberpunk themed Audio Drama. Influenced by Blade Runner, Shadowrun and heist stories of the past. This adventure story features a primarily female lead cast, multiple intense situations, and all original music!
  1. Audio Drama - Drama

  2. Trapped on a deserted island, Kelsey finds a cell phone washed ashore — shrink wrapped & powerless — but is it a message?
  3. A high-school student stumbles upon an ancient curse that grants immortality — but there’s a catch — every full moon she must kill someone — anyone! — or she’ll die.
  1. Audio Drama - Table Top

  2. Serendipity City is an actual-play podcast that takes place in a sprawling, dieselpunk metropolis with a magical underworld (in more ways than one). Anarchists fight corrupt companies, shapeshifters fight for turf, dwarves work in the caves underneath the city, and through it all, our intrepid group of questionable heroes just wants to do the job they were hired for.
  3. A game played on the table, turned into a radio play.
  4. Ghostpuncher Corps is a tabletop roleplaying podcast in which Dungeon Mistress Lilith takes three adventurers through the comic world of Ghostpuncher. Petua, the neurotic warlock played by Amanda. Elektra, the synth bard played by Sydney. Mikey, the feral, pug-face t-shirt wearing druid played by Cassidy. These three are tasked by Lucifer herself to track down escaped souls and return them to Hell by any means necessary.
  1. Society & Culture

  2. We're 2 very different guys exploring the many sides of Austin Texas . Listen as we meet and learn from experts, entrepreneurs and hyper-passionate folks about just how great this place we call home really is. Learn, grow, find, or re-discover some of the many things that make ATX such a great place to be!
  3. Resilient Us is a podcast about resilient people and societies. It's a show about how resilience forms our lives, culture, work - and our futures.
  4. The Night Owl Podcast is a place for all you restless spirits out there to tune in and hear true tales of the paranormal. I hunt these stories down and share them with you here. Do you love a good ghost story? Then subscribe to our channel and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Check out our website for behind the scenes photos, more in-depth blog write-ups and more following each episode!
  5. A weekly news, gossip and advice podcast that you'll want to share with your friends.
  6. Bak and friends bring different perspectives on culture, music, movies/tv, politics and much more. Sometimes open discussions. Sometimes interviews with movers and shakers. You never know where the conversation can go.
  7. A podcast journey into death in all its forms. A mix of true crime, bizarre death stories, and education in the last mystery we will all face. Hosted by Kristin with new episodes every Monday at 8 am central time. Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and many more. Hosted by Kristin Davis. Follow on Twitter @Coffincast Theme: Spirit Descend by Shadow Vibe (@shadowvibemusic) Editing and mixing (season 3): Richie Willis @SuperMediaBros_ Support this podcast:
  8. Explore mindfulness, creativity, and philosophy each Wednesday morning in an engaging 5 minutes or less. Intimately narrated, Dara Zycherman offers up questions and activities to provoke deeper inner analysis. This mid-week pick-me-up will help you reflect and re-center. For more about adopting a minimalist and mindful lifestyle, visit
  9. One of the fastest growing cities in the US, Austin, Texas is home to over a million unique and brilliant people with fascinating stories to tell. With her friendly conversational style, host and Austinite Adrienne Huebner gives listeners a glimpse into the lives of the inspired minds that make Austin the special city it is. From entrepreneurs to activists, journalists to politicians, educators to artists, and everything in between…This is Austin.
  10. Lets GRIND, WORK HARD and STAY HUNGRY to accomplish the dreams and goals we set for ourselves. Dropping the fattest podcast showcasing the reality of what it means to be successful. A collection of thoughts of someone that's always striving to be better to become the baddest girl in the business world.
  11. Get to know the people of Austin and how they got here.
  12. Let's talk culture. Two guys having an open conversation about "controversial issues" impacting our society. Culture Crawl ATX sheds light on the culture of America, featuring daily strangers and new venues throughout Austin, TX.
  13. Join Bob, the Aging Hipster, as he dives headfirst in all the media we loved back when we were young.
  14. Austin-centric pop-culture interviews, lifestyle discussion and events talk from Austin360 Austin, Texas featuring hosts Addie Broyles and Alyssa Vidales
  15. Follow along as I, Bell, share a little too much of my life, hopefully giving you valuable tidbits to enrich yours. From relationships, work life, awkward social situations, sex, with a sprinkle of pop culture, and everything else life throws at you it all gets covered here. Welcome to Sis Stop!
  16. Welcome to the podcast home for Texas NORML! In this space, we hope to educate and entertain with a series of interviews and more! Twice monthly, our hosts Dave Wienecke and Les Weiler will educate and engage you to change our state's laws! Subscribe and be a part of Texas' future!
  17. When I was a kid I thought I'd own a home and be married by now. And according to The Olds, our problems are all our fault. Maybe, but then again we were born into the digital age unlike the generation after us who inherited it and the generation before who still don't fully understand it. We as Millennials are struggling in a world that's struggling to understand us. And I have soooo many questions. And I'm going to ask them all; here on Asking For A Millennial. Instagram @askingforamillennial.
  18. "What's Stopping You" with Kelsey Jones is a lifestyle podcast all about the journey of uncovering the best version of yourself. Kelsey is a 21 year old graphic designer and college student sharing her secrets to uncovering your best self, whether that be through your career, health, fitness, finances, or anything else. Subscribe for a new episode every Wednesday! Business Inquiries:
  1. Family

  2. A podcast about motherhood IRL. 2 mompreneuer friends keepin it real AF. With Naya Weber and Alexis Edwards.
  1. Education

  2. Promoting education in engineering and design for all ages. Learn more and read transcripts at Produced by Pius Wong, engineer, of Pios Labs ( This podcast is for educators, engineers, entrepreneurs, and parents interested in bringing engineering to younger ages. Listen to real conversations among various professionals in the engineering education space, as we try to find better ways to educate and inspire kids in engineering thinking. For episode transcripts and more information, visit: Topics include overcoming institutional barriers to engineering and STEM in K12, cool ways to teach engineering, equity in access to engineering, industry needs for engineers, strategies for training teachers, "edtech" solutions for K12 classrooms, curriculum and pedagogy reviews, and research on how kids learn engineering knowledge and skills. Thanks for listening!
  3. Helping You Be Your Own Mental Health Expert
  4. Welcome to #TeacherLife! This project was created to provide a space for educators to voice their passions, stories and struggles in the world of teaching. In doing so, I hope to create community, find ways for teachers to support one another, and instigate conversation and action to better the lives of teachers and, consequently, our educational system. Music is "Waiting" by Crowander