Episode 160: David has dumb neighbors. Mac likes a new Drake song. Plus some SXSW talk, internet stuff, Mac’s shortcomings as a person, the show is in the pocket of Big Train, and Chief Spelchnik needs some help with his SXSW showcase + MORE.Opener: “Love Letter to Japan” by The Bird and the Bee, from the album Rayguns Are Not Just the Future
“Fireball” by The Royal Bangs, from the album Flux Outside
“Love for Tender” by Elvis Costello, from the album Get Happy!
Episode 140: Some best-worst tales of love. A little college sports grousing. Mac and David go on a road trip to a Major League game. Plus Chief Spelchnik shares a tale of love. Fun show. Thanks callers! Opener: “Crime of Paris” by Elvis Costello and the Attractions, from the album Blood and Chocolate
“Pa Pa Power” by Dead Man’s Bones, from their self-titled album
“Heart to Tell” by The Love Language, from the album Libraries
Closer: “I Can See the Pines are Dancing” by A.A. Bondy, from the album When the Devil’s Loose
Episode 62: After Mac *finally* hits record on the podcaster, Mac and David discuss the Snuggie, scum-mom and more in a round of “This has gone too far”. Chief Spelchnik calls in to talk about a new youth program.
Opener: “I Believe in You” by Neil Young, off the album After the Gold Rush
“Broken” by Late of the Pier, off the album Fantasy Black Channel
“My Delirium” by Ladyhawke, off her self-titled album
“Go All the Way” by the Raspberries, off their self-titled album
Closer: “The Idea of Growing Old” by The Features, off the album Exhibit A
Episode 16: Mac and David attempt to warm-up the phone lines before the Membership Drive. A round of “Can we stop?” and a police chief disapproves of the show’s music.
Opener: “Fighting My Way Back” by Thin Lizzy, off the album Fighting
“Ever Lovin’ Man” by the Dirt Bombs, off the album We Have You Surrounded
Closer: “Waiting for the Kid to Come Around” by Spoon, off the Soft Effects EP
Episode 012: After signal failures kept two great shows in a row off the air, David and Mac finally broadcast uninterrupted and they turn in a stinker as they have to fight through technical problems. Good night! The boys continue to get annoyed at their forced corporate toadying. Valentine’s day talk. A police chief calls the show looking for another cop.
Opener: “You’re So Good To Me” by The Langley Schools Music Project, off the album Innocence and Despair
Closer: “When the Girl of Your Dreams” by The Spectors, off the album Beat is Murder