April 25th, 2018 | 1 hr 6 mins
art bell, billy mitchell, broadcasting, coast to coast, donkey kong, facebook, hacking, midi, music, podcasting, privacy, simulation, space
This week, Brian and Angelo continue their discussion on Facebook’s misuse of data, including an in-depth look at what they found in their respective “Download your Information” files. Continuing in the tech section, Brian expresses how elated he is that Billy Mitchell has received his comeuppance for cheating. The show then ends with a discussion about Art Bell, and how he influenced Brian’s views on the paranormal. Be sure to listen for the clip of Brian’s one and only interaction with Art Bell when he called into his show a few years ago.
April 18th, 2018 | 46 mins 8 secs
aliens, apple, apps, area 51, art bell, bob lazar, boredom, groom lake, internet, midi, secrets, twitter, ufos, x-files
This week, the episode gets flipped turned upside-down, as Brian and Angelo start the show with a special look at Area 51. Then they make the unprecedented move of having the tech section in the second half, where they discuss Angelo's new MIDI controller, some Uber follow-up, Apple criticism, phone boredom, and much more.
April 11th, 2018 | 51 mins 36 secs
aliens, anniversary, bigfeet, bigfoot, fireside, flat earth, internet, podcasts, retropie, sleep paralysis, snes, soundcloud
This week, Brian and Angelo take a look at their favourite topics from the past year of episodes and provide follow ups and updates to everyone's burning questions, including: is Angelo still playing retro games? Did Mike Hughes launch? What are some paranormal places of significance? Is it many bigfoot or is it bigfeet? All these questions and more are answered!
April 4th, 2018 | 55 mins 25 secs
apple, cars, delonge, dyatlov, dystopian, education, greer, smart homes, uber, ufo, venus
There can be high tech issues and low tech issues, and both were experienced this week. Stupid doors, smart homes, Apple’s education ploy, autonomous car dangers, and dystopian toilet paper rations. Then, the Dyatlov Pass claims a hiker, Venus is a UFO, and Stephen Greer and Tom DeLonge fight over mummified remains.
April 1st, 2018 | 9 mins 50 secs
april fools, cellular phone, cobol, macintosh, macworld, nostalgia, pentium, prep shelter, rebroadcast, y2k
Newly uncovered! Before Double Density, Angelo and Brian co-hosted the Bytes and Strange Lights syndicated radio show. Listen in to an excerpt from September 1999 – a mix of tech and paranormal topics.
March 28th, 2018 | 1 hr 38 mins
alex jones, aliens, apple, beer, conspiracies, cooper, data, dulce, facebook, families, gear, guest, jfk, microphones, pints, podcasting, privacy, puzzles, recording, youtube
This week, TJ Counihan joins Brian and Angelo to discuss his podcasting endeavours, the gear he uses, and what it’s like to deal with children and the connected world. In the paranormal segment, a look at the book Behold a Pale Horse by William Cooper, and how it affects and relates to the current climate of conspiracy theory.
March 21st, 2018 | 1 hr 17 mins
alexa, apple, drones, google, government, macbook, memes, montauk, science, secrets, time travel
Memes. So many memes. Brian and Angelo have a look at what memes are, how they’ve changed, and how people used them. They reach memeception, and Alexa laughs at them when they get there. In the paranormal segment, things go off the rails real quick as they look into the Montauk Project and the colourful personalities involved.
March 14th, 2018 | 1 hr 4 mins
apple, boats, clones, glass, hoaxes, iphone, lost, nintendo, pets, philadelphia experiment, psychics, ufo, video games
Things can just disappear never to be found again, although sometimes they come back. Brian and Angelo have a look at video games that were considered lost, although some have found their way into the public due to some industrious sleuthing. Then, in the paranormal segment, the hosts find their way to a ship that famously disappeared and then returned, with a look at the Philadelphia Experiment. Side topics include iPhone notches, Apple’s clarity problem, Part-time UFOs, government psychics, and cloned pets.
March 7th, 2018 | 54 mins 58 secs
ai, aliens, alphago, apocalypse, debate, deepmind, elon musk, google, robots, ufos
This week, Brian and Angelo bring together tech and paranormal to examine whether it will be A.I. or aliens that destroy the human race.
February 28th, 2018 | 1 hr 5 mins
ad blockers. chrome, apple, bitcoin, delphos, ecosystem, google, hacking, homepod, internet, photo, rings, seti, time travel, ufo
This week, Brian and Angelo take a look at being locked into certain technology ecosystems, and of course HomePod rings. Then, from HomePod rings, they take a look at the ring left by an incredible UFO sighting in Delphos, Kansas. Also, covered: phones that spy on you, ad blockers, photo backups (Brian’s favourite), time travellers, cryptocurrency vs SETI, and the Pentagon UFO tapes.
February 21st, 2018 | 1 hr 4 mins
apple, audiophile, dark web, deep web, facebook, homepod, ios, marianas web, olympics
This week Brian and Angelo talk about watching the Winter Olympics, Apple’s iOS source code getting leaked, Facebook being shady, and how the HomePod is pretty good, even if you’re an audiophile. The, the paranormal segment gets a little technical with a dive into the deep, dark Marianas web.
February 14th, 2018 | 55 mins 29 secs
advertising, conspiracies, db cooper, elon musk, flamethrower, full moon, mass hysteria, noetic science, podcasts, video games, youtube, zone of silence
This week, Elon Musk’s flamethrower may help during an alien invasion, why do people buy internet traffic, podcasts are great places to advertise, and Billy Mitchell is a cheater. Then in the paranormal segment, it’s DB Cooper, conspiracies on YouTube, the full moon does nothing, mass hysteria, and the Zone of Silence.
February 7th, 2018 | 56 mins 18 secs
aliens, apple, area 51, asteroids, exorcists, homepod, invasion, ios, jack white, janet, logic, privacy, shadow people, starve, twitter
This week, Angelo and Brian continue to discuss podcast editing, have a contentious discussion about the HomePod, look at how mobile devices affect concert goers, and how the exercise habits of the military can be a problem for privacy. The paranormal section delves into employment opportunities on the Area 51 airline, how the world needs more exorcists, and what the human race would do in the face of an alien invasion.
January 31st, 2018 | 59 mins 16 secs
addiction, flat earth, ghosts, mexico, mike hughes, mothman, tide pods, ufos, ui, ux
This week, after Angelo realizes that his hearing isn’t what it used to be, the discussion moves to a look at how user interface and user experience is important, and how when it becomes too good, it may lead to technology addiction. Then, in the paranormal segment, after a quick look at a few stories, Brian and Angelo have a look at the many early 90’s UFO sightings that happened in Mexico. Also: Tide Pods.
January 24th, 2018 | 54 mins 52 secs
coincidences, demons, editing, floppy disk, logic pro x, men in black, podcasting, shadow people, storage
This week, Angelo and Brian briefly talk about editing podcasts and how Angelo has recently purchased Logic Pro X to aid in his editing endeavours. They also take a look at how storage media has changed and how easy it is to get stuff off of old floppy disks. In the paranormal part of the show, after Angelo shares some strange coincidences, they spend the rest of the episode talking about shadow people; what are they, where do the come from, what do they smell like, and how does one lure one out.
January 17th, 2018 | 1 hr 45 mins
apple, apple music, backmasking, blues, crossroads, ipods, itunes, jim sullivan, music, podcasting, robert johnson, rock, satan, satanism, spotify, taylor swift, ufos
This week, Brian and Angelo have UFO expert Rob Kristofferson on the show to talk about his two favorite things: music and UFOs. Rob provides some updates on his podcasting setup before they delve into the world of how music consumption has changed in the past few decades. Moving into the paranormal, they take a look at how the paranormal found its way into popular music, with a closer look at Robert Johnson, Jim Sullivan, and satanism & backmasking in music.