Tuesday, December 23, 2014



Hark! The Holiday episode of Dick at Night hath arrived! Rejoice! This week, Timmy has a bone to pick with Vice; Andrew briefly explores the wild world of Italian sleaze maven Joe D'Amato; new trailers for Mad Max and Terminator: Genisys; Lilyhammer and it's bizzare connection to the Sopranos; and a celebration of the original Playstation's 20th birthday in the midst of the latest Sony hacks. 


James Brown: Soulful Christmas
Gayla Peevey - I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas
Mile Davis - Blues Xmas
Jackson Five - Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
Ronnie James Dio & Tony Iommi - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen 
The Shaolin Afronauts - Boogie Back Accra
Meco - Christmas In The Stars 
James Brown - Santa Claus Go Straight To The Ghetto
Gal Costa - Lost In The Paradise 
Ray Charles & Nina Simone - Baby It's Cold Outside
The Temptations - Rudolph The Red-Nose Raindeer 
Beach Boys - Little Saint Nick 
Goblin - Buio Omega (Beyond The Darkness) Main Title 
The Singing Dogs - Jingle Bells 
Tennis - Needle And The Knife 
Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra - Jingle Bells 
Run-DMC - Christmas In Hollis



This week, we trade stories of Las Vegas madness; opinions on the new StarWars trailer and a curious fan-edit; Peter Pan plans; Charles Manson and the Beach Boys; and American Horror Story hits below the belt. 


The Shaolin Afronauts - Ojo Abameta
Brian Auger's Oblivion Express - Tomorrow City
Frank Sinatra - You Make Me Feel So Young 
The Beatles - Tomorrow Never Knows 
The Rascals - It's Wonderful
The Tubes - Up From The Deep 
Godfrey & Creme - Art School Canteen 
The Talking Heads - Cities 
Arcade Fire - Ready To Start 
The Beach Boys - Never Learn Not To Love 
Quantic & Alice Russel - Look Around The Corner 
JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound - Rouse Yourself



This week discuss some movies in a comic book vein with Birdman, Kick-Ass 2 and Super; adventures at the Panthers game; ruminations on the latest allegations against Bill Cosby and their thoughts on the first quarter of SNL's current 40th season. 


Fela Kuti - Black Man's Cry
Orgone - Dramatic Time
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Behind The Mask
Hail Mary Mallon - Dollywood/The Soup/Whales
Stereolab - Ping Pong 
The Cyrkle - Turn Down Day
George Baker Selection - Little Green Bag 
Ray Lamontagne - Lavender
Bruno Mars - Treasure 
Hail Mary Mallon - Oktoberfest


This week, we discuss our latest concert adventures including Captured By Robots, Bjork and Buddy Guy; bizarre Christian Halloween pamphlets; Andy Dick news; Invasion of the Body Snatchers and PG films with nudity in them.


Half Moon Run - Call Me In The Afternoon
Spoon - You Got Yr. Cherry Bomb
The Budos Band - Magus Mountain
Caravan Palace - Lazy Place
The Bongolian - Hamlet's Playground
Junior Wells - Hoodoo Man
Nick Waterhouse - Say I Wanna Know
Hectorina - Ice Dragon On Ice/King Coati
The RAH Band - Messages From the Stars
Orgone - Counting On You
The Tubes - White Punks On Dope
Quantic & Alice Russel - Here Again

Tuesday, November 25, 2014


This week, on our super special HALLOWEEN EPISODE, we receive a book that suddenly sucks us into a mysterious black hole where we are forced to confront a guy who kinda sounds like Rod Serling as he shows us a series of horrifying scenes designed to drive us insane! Trust us, it goes places. Elsewhere, Andrew discusses Island of Death, that Greek horror movie where the guy totally f***s a goat; Timmy is continually baffled by American Horror Story and we take a look at some graph that says Beyonce is for dumb people. Happy Halloween, folks!


The Verdicts - The Mummy's Ball
The Fifth Element - Ding Dong, The Witch Is Dead
Brain Bennett - The Unknown
The Shaggs - My Pal Foot Foot
Nina Simone - I Put A Spell On You
Bo Diddley - Bo Meets The Monster
The Beach Boys - Monster Mash
No Kids - On Halloween
Sam The Sham and The Pharaohs - Lil Red Riding Hood
Gravediggaz - Diary Of A Madman
Outkast (Andre 3000) - Dracula's Wedding
Radiohead - Kid A
Whodini - The Freaks Come Out At Night
Unknown Hinson - In The Trunk Of My Cadillac Car
The Ramones - Pet Cemetery
Screamin' Jay Hawkins - Whistling Past The Graveyard

Monday, November 24, 2014



This week, we mourn the death of Saturday morning cartoons; we wonder why Clowns hate American Horror Story; Lindsay Lohan and Noriega V.S. video games; the future of Scarlett Johansson nudity; C.H.U.D. is meh; Clerks is 20; and The Eight Doctors stinks.



This week, we're besieged by endless Kay Hagen attack ads; karmic fun at the courthouse; a bizarre, terrifying and nearly lost Sesame Street short from the 70's; the return of Twin Peaks; the mysterious (not really) cell phone tower/tree on 485; and finally, our yearly horror movie marathon begins anew with a look at the wonderfully insane The Last Horror Film and Friday the 13th Parts 5 & 6.


Lee Field & The Expressions - Money Is King
Paul Revere & The Raiders - Hungry
Mocean Worker -My Own Little World
Flying Lotus - Never Catch Me
Sesame Street - Cracks (Crack Master)
Interpol - ancient Ways
Kimbra - Carolina
Nightmares On Wax - You Wish
Ananda Shankar - Charging Tiger 
The Buoys - Timothy 
Moondog - Perpetual Motion 
Kevin Ayers - Song From The Bottom Of A Well
Charlotte Gainsbourg - Master's Hands

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Episode 62: Wonderfully



This week, we discuss the potential redemption of Kevin Smith and Tim Burton; Thom Yorke releases another album through strange means; that kooky three breasted lady just may have some problems; the majesty of the "Smashing Drive" soundtrack and a look into two of Saturday Night Live's most bizarre seasons.


Slakah The Beatchild - Down
Cymande - Equatorial Forest 
The Heavy - Love Like That
Charlotte Gainsburg - IRM
Daedelus - You've Heard
MSTRKRFT - Heartbreaker 
Smashing Drive OST - Early Bird/Rush Hour/Night Owl
Goyte - The Only Way
Paul McCartney - Dear Boy
Kevin Ayers - The Clarietta Rag
Joe Piscopo & Eddie Murphy - The Honeymooners Rap
Billy Crystal - You Look Marvelous 
Billy Crystal & Christopher Guest - I Hate When That Happens

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Episode 61: On A One Way Flight To Sweden

This week we revel in the majesty that is Coolio's Pornhub song; Microsoft drops billions on Minecraft for no readily apparent reason; an exploration of one of Paul McCartney's most bizarre albums, "Wild Life"; Andrew puts "Console Wars" on blast and mourns the failing health of his heroes. On the music side of thangs, we get weirder than ever before with selections from Washed Out, Parliament, Korn (?!!), Fred Lane, Barnes & Barnes and much more!


Washed Out - It All Feels Right
Toro Y Moi - Go With You
Coolio - Take It To The Hub
Little People - Start Shootin'
Kormac - Showtime
Paul McCartney - Mumbo
Paul McCartney - Bip Bop
Paul McCartney - Mary Had A Little Lamb
Korn - Shoots & Ladders
Parliament - Up For The Down Stroke
Kimbra - Teen Heat
Chris Cohen - Caller No.99
Fred Lane - French Toast Man
The Flaming Lips - Shine On Sweet Jesus
King Missile - Detachable Penis
Barnes & Barnes - Fish Heads
Baby Huey - Hard Times
Sly And The Family Stone - Underdog

Sunday, September 14, 2014

EPISODE 60: Future Prostitutes

This week, we learn the dangers of shaving your genitals while driving and other baffling news; a look at the new Peter Capaldi driven episodes of Doctor Who; reviews of "Dead Snow 2: Red V.S. Dead" and "The Zero Theorem"; and lastly, a little bit of video game talk. How 'bout that?


George Harrison - What Is Life
Headlights - Hi-Ya!
Led Zeppelin - Gallows Pole
Death - Views
Neil Innes - Dream On
Boots Walker - They're Here
The Bird & The Bee - Maneater
Hectorina - We're A Falling Silver Death Machine
The Kinks - This Time Tomorrow
Yuji Ohno - Lonely For The Road
George Duke - Funny Funk
The Last Shadow Puppets - Standing Next To Me

EPISODE 59: Punk Rock Recycling Program

This week, John Austin of The Not Likelys stops by to tell us about the Punk Rock Picnic happening at Tremont this Saturday; Timmy learns how to make a pizza; we have our long overdue remembrance of Robin Williams by taking a look at 1987's "Good Morning Vietnam"; shots fired between Timmy and "Godzilla" director Gareth Edwards; and chop socky goodness with "Once Upon A Time In Shanghai". 


The Heavy - How You Like Me Now?
Lee Field & The Expressions - My World
Pleasures Of The Ultra Violent - Stars & Stripes
Dollar Signs - Good Guy
Sick Sick Sick - Prince Of Crap
You Me & Us - Black & Blue
Blueprint - Perspective
Dark Time Sunshine - Take My Hand
The Beat - Mirror In The Bathroom
Jim Noir - Sunny
Monty Python - Laughing At The Unfortunate
Action Bronson - Easy Rider
Blueprint - Respect The Architect

Friday, August 22, 2014

Episode 58: The Quaaludes Are Working

Huzzah! Albert and Derrick of 'Bless These Sounds Under The City' return to the show for some more lo-fi radio shenanigans! This week, we discuss what the future has in store for the band including upcoming music videos and albums; the advantages having of a two-member band; Derrick's fancy new Roland Drum Pad (which gets demonstrated in the After Hours show); how to use cereal boxes and trash bags as percussion instruments; and first thoughts on Kimbra's sophomore release. On the second half we get into some truly hard hitting questions, such as: Sgt. Peppers: Greatest album of all time?; Radiohead: Most influential band of all time?; King Of Limbs: Actually listenable album? The answers may surprise you.

Featured Music:
  • Nina Simone - Mississippi Goddam
  • Kimbra - Miracle
  • Kimbra - Nobody But You
  • The Beatles - Martha My Dear
  • Paul & Linda McCartney - Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey
  • The Beach Boys - Summer Of Love (Excerpt)
  • The Beach Boys - Darlin'
  • Marvin Holmes & Justice - Summer of '73
  • Tahiti 80 - Good Boy

Friday, August 8, 2014

Episode 57: Jaws Is A Decent Guy

This week, we discuss the bizarre happenings that occurred during our recording last week; the uncertain fate of Studio Ghibli; the continuing misadventures of "Ghostbusters 3" in development hell; a potential biopic about Russ Meyer and Roger Ebert starring Will Ferrell; Timmy's thoughts on Terry Gilliam's latest flick, "The Zero Theorem"; and finally, a break down of Steven Spielberg's seminal summer blockbuster "Jaws" and it's three increasingly ridiculous sequels. There is also music. Fun!

Featured Music:
  • DJ Numark - Mash Up (TMC MIX)
  • DJ Snake - Turn Down For What Ft. Lil' Jon, Beastie boys, Chuck D, and Talib Kweli (TMC MIX)
  • The Four Tops - Seven Rooms Of Gloom
  • Washed Up - All I Know
  • Tandy Love - Bear Ham
  • ‎Alain Goraguer - Maquillage De Tiwa
  • Calibro 35 - La Banda Del B.B.Q.
  • Tahiti 80 - Matter Of Time
  • Phoenix - If I Ever Feel Better
  • The Heavy - Don't Say Nothing
  • The Last Shadow Puppets - Black Plant

Friday, August 1, 2014

Episode 56: And That's When They Erect Skull Mountain

This week, we discuss the return of fringe Wu-Tang member Andre Johnson and how ripping off his penis apparently turned him into a God; the inanity of a 12-day Simpsons marathon; Comic Con 2014 round-up including an Evil Dead television show, first bits of info on Godzilla 2 and super-keen trailers for Mad Max, Tusk and Black Jesus; billionaires divide up California and build Skull Mountain; and Timmy needs to watch Jaws.

Featured Music:
  • Chuck D - What's Criminal (TMC MIX)
  • Lee Field & The Expressions - Money I$ King
  • Black Sabbath - Sabbra Cadabra
  • Marcos Valle - Pista 02
  • Slakah The Beatchild - Colorblind
  • Wagon Christ - Bend Over
  • Monophonics - Bang Bang
  • Mice Parade - Currents
  • Lou Bond - Why Must Our Eyes Always Be Turned Backwards?
  • The Mountaineers - Self-Catering
  • Imperial Wonders - Just A Dream
  • Jim Noir - Tea
  • The Beach Boys - Vegetables

Friday, July 25, 2014

Episode 55: Flibbity Flibbity

This week we discuss the triumphant return of Weird Al and how badass his songs are in reverse; Linda Blair gets naked and wrecks vigilante justice on 80's street toughs in "Savage Streets"; the mysterious "Flibbity Flibbity" song; a look at the mythical Eddie Murphy/Joe Piscopo era of Saturday Night Live and thoughts on the leaked Star Wars plot details.

Featured Music:
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic - Foil
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic - First World Problems (In Reverse)
  • The Gaslight Troubadours - The Marvelous Barastro
  • Wagon Christ - Musipal
  • Glen Campbell - Guess I'm Dumb
  • The Zombies - Tell Her No
  • Thorinshield - Life Is A Dream
  • John Farnham - Justice For One
  • The Apples - Howlin' With Fred
  • Syl Johnson - Sorry 'Bout Dat
  • The Herbaliser - 8pt Agenda
  • Roots Manuva - Movements

Friday, July 18, 2014

Episode 54: Way To Go, Evil Clown!
Featuring: Andrew Dick and Tim Cicali


This week, we weigh in on the dissolution of our old favorites "Death Grips", the firing of professional radio jackass Anthony Cumia over his recent racist Tweeter rant, Richard and Danny Elfman's "Forbidden Zone 2" Indiegogo campaign (which, as of this writing, has already made it's goal), bizarro Blaxploitation comedy/musical/nightmare "Darktown Strutters", French animated psychedelic classic "Fantastic Planet", and Alejandro Jodorowsky's take on how to adapt a book for film (which, inexplicably, involves rape).

Featured Music:

  • Black Moth Super Rainbow - Windshield Smasher
  • Toro Y Moi - Say That
  • Gramatik - Obviously
  • The Apples - Kings
  • The Dramatics - Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get
  • The Original Dixieland Jazz Band - Darktown Strutters Ball
  • La Femme- Antitaxi
  • Nina Hagen - Born In Xixax
  • Fela Kuti - Question Jam Answer
  • Kid Koala - Skanky Panky 
  • BADBADNOTGOOD - Since You Asked Kindly
  • Jerry Goldsmith - Border Crossing

Friday, July 11, 2014

Dick At Night Special #2: A Mix For Ma
Featuring: Andrew Dick and Tim Cicali


Hey! Are you the kind of person who likes the music that we play on the show and generally wish Timmy and I would just shut the hell up and play more? Well, we've got just the episode for you because this week's episode is a
super-special music based episode, a veritable smorgasbord of some of our favorite tunes we've played since we started at the station! Join us, won't you?

Featured Music:

  • Tennis - Mean Streets
  • Janelle Monae - Dance Apocalyptic
  • The Bird & The Bee - I Can't Go For That
  • Phantogram - Don't Move
  • Neon Indian - Polish Girl
  • Toro Y Moi - Say That
  • Junip - So Clear
  • Dungen - Det Tar Tid
  • Matt Berry - October Sun
  • tUnE-yArDs - You Yes You
  • Cayucas - High School Lover
  • Jim Noir - Computer Song
  • Lee Fields & The Expressions - Just Can't Win
  • Van Hunt - Dust
  • Nina Simone - Funkier Than Mosquito's Tweeter
  • Washed Out - Feel It All Around
  • Lord Huron - I Will Be Back One Day
  • Eggstone - Waiting For The Bell
  • The Stranglers - Golden Brown

Friday, July 4, 2014

Episode 53: Somebody Is Getting Stabbed Up
Featuring: Andrew Dick and Tim Cicali


This week we ponder Gary Oldman's recent disastrous Playboy interview; a farewell to Bobby Womack; an enthusiastic discussion of "The Raid 2"; and finally, a look at Roman Polaski's lost film "What?" and Alejandro Jodorowsky's never-made but utterly fascinating take on "Dune".

Featured Music:

  • R. Stevie Moore - Here Comes Summer Again
  • Phantogram - Howling At The Moon
  • Bobby Womack - Across 110th Street
  • Collage - Mine Forever More
  • The Sidetrack - 2314-B
  • The Chi-Lites - We Are Neighbors
  • Roy Ayers - Everybody Loves The Sunshine
  • Osibisa - Fire
  • Cunninlynguists - In The City
  • tUnE-yArDs - Left Behind
  • Dj Nu-Mark - Tropicalifornia

Friday, June 20, 2014

Episode 52: Chock-A-Block
Featuring: Andrew Dick and Tim Cicali
This week, we ponder upon the eternal enigma that is Dave Chappelle; more 90's revival with the collective return of Jurassic 5, Bill Watterson and Joel Hodgson; a deluge of documentaries with "Beware Mr. Baker", "Muscle Shoals" and "The Pervert's Guide To Ideology"; thoughts on this year's triumphant E3; and finally, a fond farewell to both Casey Kasem and Net Neutrality.

Featured Music:

  • The Dramatics - Hot Pants In The Summertime
  • tUnE-yArDs - Water Fountain
  • St. Vincent - Birth In Reverse
  • Amplive (Rainydayz Remix) - Reckonerz
  • The Staple Singers - I'll Take You There
  • Jim Noir - Map
  • Animal Collective - Who Could Win A Rabbit
  • Lee Fields & The Expressions - Just Can't Win
  • Cunninlynguists - Strange Universe
  • Chris Cohen - Don't Look Today

Friday, June 13, 2014

Episode 51: That Part With The Note
Featuring: Andrew Dick, Tim Cicali, Albert Strawn, and Derrick J. Hines


This week we welcome Derrick and Albert of "Bless These Sounds Under The City" for a night of conversation and music. We discuss the origins of the band, it's influences, where that wacky name came from and much more. They also regale us with three, count 'em, THREE stripped down musical performances, including a song not featured on their recently released self-titled album! Elsewhere, Andrew gives his opinions on Godzilla (2014), first impressions on the new Led Zeppelin remasters and we generally faff about with our new equipment. It just may be our best episode yet. Be there.

Featured Music:

  • Neon Indian - Polish Girl
  • Menahan Street Band - Three Faces
  • Blue Oyster Cult - Godzilla
  • Bless These Sounds Under The City - Train Of Thought (DaN Session)
  • Bless These Sounds Under The City - Eye Of The Storm (DaN Session)
  • Metaform - Rock It Number Nine
  • Monophonics - Foolish Love'
  • Milton Wright - My Ol' Lady
  • Elaquent - Final Boss
  • Bless These Sounds Under The City - Oh, At Least For An Evening (DaN Session)
  • Led Zeppelin - Immigrant Song