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Posts tagged ‘A Place to Bury Strangers’

Flashlite #591

June 4th, 2020

Don Howland (ex Bassholes and Gibson Brothers) is back with a spectacular new project and album A Burning Bus. We also check out the new music from Mark Lanegan (who also has a book out), Faux Killas, A Place to Bury Strangers and Magnetic Fields. On a new tribute to the Cramps, we discover a […]

Flashlite #526

March 7th, 2019

Guided by Voices and A Place To Bury Strangers are back with new albums, and we check that out in this show. We also introduce Mike Krol from Los Angeles, Bazooka from Greece, Yurt from Dublin, Ireland, Spice Boys from Sweden, Crack Pipes from Austin TX and Writhing Squares from Philadelphia. So, this week is […]

Flashlite #484

May 17th, 2018

Today we first visit Scandinavia, where we check out the new tunes for the Sweden’s Ghost and Norway’s Death By Unga Bunga. Then we visit Ohio. We hear the new music from Guided By Voices and Public Squares who we caught live at Blue Arrow Records. Elsewhere in America, we hear new music from Brooklyn’s […]

Flashlite #226

June 6th, 2013

We begin today with some new bands for us. Mexican Knives come from Detroit and A Place to Bury Strangers come from Brooklyn. A Place… lead by Oliver Ackermann is not a new band, but their recent EP is a tribute to Dead Moon, and it’s impossible to ignore. Boston legends Big Dipper, a band […]

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