Wyatt Cenac rides the Night Train to this week’s Nocturnal Emotions! Wyatt & Har Mar talk about high stakes gambling, MC Skat Kat, and Wyatt leaving The Daily Show. Although Wyatt confirms that he rarely gets embarrassed, he still shares some stories from his early days working at The Daily Show and making a long lasting first impression at a fancy high school birthday party. Plus, the guys totally kill at ruining Prince’s “Darling NIkki” in a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song.
Har Mar Superstar visits the Earwolf studios to nocturnally emote with The Fogelnest Files and Sirius XMU’s Jake Fogelnest. Jake talks about how he’s taking his transition from New York to Los Angeles, his interaction with David Krumholtz on his first day at the Professional Children’s School, and how he would have dealt with social media if he had it as a kid. Also, Jake tells us some embarrassing stories from his days working at KROQ and getting heckled with quarters while introducing The Mighty Mighty Bosstones at Webster Hall. Plus, Har Mar and Jake play a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with The Velvet Underground’s “All Tomorrow’s Parties,” and Jake shares a rare version of The Beatles’ “For No One.”
Patrick Carney of The Black Keys gets down to the basics on today’s Nocturnal Emotions! Patrick & Har Mar talk about haunted hotels, the worst experiences from van touring, and the most terrifying towns they’ve ever visited. Also, Patrick tells us how dark Full House was, describes what goes into an illegal sandwich, and pitches a Beanie Baby reality show & an infomercial sitcom during Let’s Create A Show!
The super talented actress/musician/artist Alia Shawkat sits down to chat on this week’s Nocturnal Emotions! Alia talks about shooting scenes for the upcoming season of Arrested Development with an ostrich, having Quentin Tarantino jokingly berate her shoes, and the inspiration behind her interview with herself. Alia also shares some embarrassing stories such as getting drunk at the Golden Globes at 16 and getting overly dressed up for an animated voiceover audition. Plus, Alia & Har Mar lay out the groundwork for Weekend at Bernie’s on Broadway during Let’s Create A Show and play a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with Sam Cooke’s “(What a) Wonderful World.” Be sure to check out Alia’s artwork at mutantalia.com
Father John Misty AKA Josh Tillman joins Har Mar to reminisce about their magical mushroom ride on this week’s Nocturnal Emotions! Josh talks about his love of Yelp reviews, messing with his roommates with the help of Garageband, and his sassy dance moves on The Late Show with David Letterman. Josh also shares some embarrassing stories such as peeing on himself in a baseball game, sleeping on the streets of Chicago after a bad show, and having his childhood dream of becoming a poet crushed. Plus, the guys ruin various celebrity lives during Let’s Create A Show and play a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with The Beatles’ “Run For Your Life.”
The amazing Jon Daly drops by to get real weird on today’s Nocturnal Emotions! Jon catches up with Har Mar as he compares living in Los Angeles to living in New York, gives a recap of Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, and both describe their experiences watching Yakov Smirnoff on Broadway. Also, Jon tells us some embarrassing stories from his early days working in a coffee shop about appearing nude in a straight to video horror film and one of the worst birthdays he’s ever had. Plus, the guys tell the origin story of Quentin Tarantino with a new segment called Let’s Create A Show!
This week we’re focusing on some musicians in Har Mar’s life by splitting the episode into two parts as we take it into the night with Minus The Bear’s Erin Tate and My Jerusalem’s Jeff Klein! Erin shares his embarrassing story about getting Scarlet fever before appearing on Ricki Lake, tells us about being full on pantsed as a kid, and plays a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with T-Pain’s “Bartender.” We then hear Jeff’s embarrassing story about splitting his pants on stage, get Really Really Real about his High Fidelity-esque 20s, and play a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song with The Replacement’s “Bastards of Young.”
Today we’re in Gavin McInnes’ New York office to hear some of his embarrassing childhood memories. We get Really Really Real with Gavin as he tells us about the time he was trapped under ice, how he thought he was going out with his babysitter, and why he fit his whole body into a dollhouse to impress some kids. Plus, Gavin shares a story about being under the impression that he knew all the words to Project Pat’s “Chicken Head” and plays a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song. If you want more Gavin McInnes, grab his book of memoirs entitled “How to Piss in Public.”
This week we go on a trip down memory lane with our good friend Amanda Warner AKA MNDR! Har Mar & MNDR reminisce about their early bottle smashing days, recall crashing in Oakland’s notorious rave warehouse underworld, and share stories about their similar run-ins with Mark Ronson. We also hear about MNDR’s fever rash performance on the last week of Friday Night with Jonathan Ross and play a game of Let Me Ruin Your Favorite Song. Be sure to check out MNDR’s debut album “Feed Me Diamonds” and find her upcoming tour dates over at http://mndr.com/