It makes a sound is one of those podcasts that somehow defies explanation, but even if it didn't, I wouldn't want to say too much about it. I think it's best for people to just dive in and enjoy the story as it unravels.
But without going too much into it, I will say this: this is one of the most beautiful podcasts I ever listened to. It is very well made and is obviously a labor of love for the creators. It somehow managed to make me fall in love with the characters very quickly, which usually doesn't happen for me with such short podcasts, but it did here.
I genuinely enjoyed every single episode of It Makes A Sound. I loved the performances, and the concept and the 90's nostalgia feels and the music. Oh. God. The. Music. I'm not depressed I'm just sad is perhaps one of my all time favorite songs and every other track on The Attic Tape has a place in my heart.
I think this podcast is tragically underappreciated and I think people who haven't listened to it are honestly missing out on so much beauty!
Still waiting for season 2!
Honestly, this podcast I found amazing from the start.
I found it very emotional, especially everything connected with the main characters mother.
I am really hoping there will be a S2.
The way the story developed and how everything comes together at the end, it was all beautifully written.