- R.I.P. filmmaker Jonathan Demme, director of “Something Wild,” “Stop Making Sense” & other Night Flight faves
- Record Store Day, every day: You got it nicer at Licorice Pizza stores in the 70s and early 80s
- “TV Party”: Glenn O’Brien’s weekly late 70s public-access punk cocktail party TV show
- Zinelandia: Night Flight talks with Joe Biel about “$100 & a T-Shirt,” his documentary about zines
- In 1977, Prince appeared on “The Gong Show,” but no one has ever talked about the episode, until now
- The Wu Tang Collection: The weirdest “Ku Fung Theater”-style mostly-Asian action flicks you’ll ever see
- Bullseye! Arrow Films’ exploitation, Italian horror, spaghetti westerns, drive-in sleaze & more, now on Night Flight Plus!
- “Dynaman”: Night Flight’s popular series featured rubber monsters, good looking Japanese teens, silly jokes, and cool pop music!
- “All Dolled Up”: Night Flight’s exclusive interview with director Bob Gruen about his New York Dolls documentary
- “The Gumby Show”: America’s Favorite Clayboy is back again on Night Flight!
All posts tagged "Night Flight Flash Tracks"
“Science!”: It’s 2017, and we’re still marching to Thomas Dolby’s enduring ’80s synth-pop hit
Future post-apocalyptic dieselpunk sound wizard Thomas Dolby is featured in this special episode of Video Flash Tracks, featuring his quirky 80s synth-pop hit “She Blinded Me with Science,” ostensibly about a mad scientist falling in love with...
- Posted April 24, 2017
“Video Flash Tracks”: Revisiting Aztec Camera’s songs about love, loss and vulnerability
In this episode of Night Flight’s “Video Flash Tracks” — which originally aired on September 16, 1988 — our loyal viewers were treated to three videos by Scottish indie band Aztec Camera, led by their boyish frontman...
- Posted February 13, 2017
“Flash Tracks”: This 1987 episode featured three videos from “England’s foremost female reggae band,” Amazulu
This episode of Night Flight’s video “Flash Tracks,” which originally aired on April 7, 1987, kicks off with three videos by Amazulu, the British mostly-female, mixed-racial reggae-ska-pop crossover band (although announcer Pat Prescott introduces them as “England’s...
- Posted January 13, 2017
“Flash Tracks”: Forged in the factory town of Leeds, the Sisters of Mercy led their own industrial goth-rock revolution
One of our more popular episodes on Night Flight Plus is this episode of “Flash Tracks,” which originally aired on October 7, 1988, and featured a quartet of moody rock music videos by Sisters of Mercy, one...
- Posted October 12, 2016
This “Flash Tracks” segment profiles influential Gothic Rock band Bauhaus and their post-breakup progeny
In this Night Flight episode which originally aired on May 6, 1988, we offered up a “Flash Tracks” profile on the influential Gothic Rock band Bauhaus and their post-breakup progeny. Watch it now on Night Flight Plus....
- Posted June 8, 2016