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Flashlite #686

Today we hear new music from Brooklyn’s A Place To Bury Strangers, legendary Dream Syndicate and Josh Klinghoffer from Red Hot Chilli Peppers, performing under a solo moniker Pluralone. We introduce Krimi from Perth, Australia, Nass Zuruck from Los Angeles, Sei Still from Mexico (now in Berlin, Germany) and three ladies from Glasgow, Soursob. Locally, we introduce Marty Brass from Cleveland who has a new record out.

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Todd Rundgren with Dweezil Zappa – Time Heals;
Krimi – Kaleidoscope;
A Place to Bury Strangers – Let’s See Each Other;
Mark Lanegan – Skeleton Key;
The Dream Syndicate – Where I’ll Stand;
Pluralone – Claw Your Way Out;
The Soft Boys – Train Round The Bend;
Green Blue – Everyone Hits The Glass;
Nass Zuruck – Shadowplay;
Sei Still – Extrarradio;
Belgrado – Jeszcze Raz;
Gang of Four – At Home (He’s a Tourist);
The Numbers – Alternative Suicide;
The Gymslips – Dear Marje;
Marty Brass – Meet Me Outside;
Soursob – SPT;
Dave Gahan and Soulsavers – The Desperate Kingdom of Love.

Flashlite #654

Alvilda

Today we kick off with Hickoids and their new song. A Place to Bury Strangers is back with the new EP and Jackson Browne has a new tune, which is all about getting a new heart in Cleveland. We introduce new awesome quartet from Paris France, four classy ladies by the name of Alvilda. We check out new music from Monnone Alone from Melbourne and Andy Bopp from Baltimore. We say goodbye to Chuck E. Weiss and Dusty Hill of ZZ Top who passed away recently.

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Petrified Max – Year Gone By;
Hickoids – Almost Nearly Nancy;
Alvilda – Negatif;
KRGA – Countryslide;
Guided By Voices – The Batman Sees The Ball;
Monnone Alone – Pepper Jar;
Andy Bopp – The Beginning;
The Murlocs – Eating At You;
Wilding – Swipe Right;
Outtacontroller – Too Soon;
Radio Days – I Got a Love;
A Place to Bury Strangers – Playing the Part;
Chuck E. Weiss – Novade Nada;
Rickie Lee Jones – Chuck E.’s in Love;
Jackson Browne – My Cleveland Heart;
ZZ Top – Backdoor Medley;
ZZ Top – I’m Bad, I’m Nationwide.

Flashlite #640

Big Brave

Loud and heavy show today. We start off with a pair of rough punk bands Mud City Manglers from Pittsburgh and Sick Thoughts from New Orleans. Then we get even heavier with Miss Lava from Portugal and reach the apex of heaviness with Big Brave from Canada. From New York City, we have new music from A Place To Bury Strangers and a new posthumous release by Alan Vega. Over in Norway, Motorpsycho prepared unreleased materials gathered for their recent trilogy and made a whole new exciting album out of it. We finish off with Trash Ferraris who we know very little about.

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Motorhead – Emergency;
Mud City Manglers – One More Mile;
Sick Thoughts – Drug Rock;
Earthless – Electric Flame;
Miss Lava – The Fall;
Big Brave – Half Breed;
Tad – Weakling;
A Place To Bury Strangers – End of the Night;
Alan Vega – Fist;
Aamon Duul II – Eye Shaking King;
Blaak Heat – Black Hawk;
Motorpsycho – Kingdom of Oblivion;
Trash Ferraris – Philistine;
Joy – Back To the Sun.

Flashlite #591

Phil May of Pretty Things

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 Southern California band Retox. From Spain, we have a new name Pablo Solo. Today’s show is dedicated to Phil May, the frontman of Pretty Things who passed away on May 15th, following complications from hip surgery.

Pretty Things – Walking Through My Dreams;
Night Beats – Bad Love;
A Burning Bus – Faith Healer;
Bassholes – Bowling Ball;
The Cramps – Garbageman;
Retox – Garbageman;
Pablo Solo – Gus, you Dog;
Serge Gainsbourg – En Melody;
Mark Lanegan Band – Hit The City (Live in CLE);
Mark Lanegan – Ballad of A Dying Rover;
A Place To Bury Strangers – Hit The Ground;
Eddy Current Suppression Ring – Like A Comet;
Swans – (She’s A) Universal Emptiness;
Magnetic Fields – Love Gone Wrong;
Faux Killas – Pick You Up;
Ty Segall – 5 Feet Tall;
Pretty Things – Old Man Going.

Flashlite #526

A Place To Bury StragnersGuided 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 one of the heavier, more psychedelic playlists. Enjoy!

Rade Jordanovski – 3;
Mike Krol – Little Drama;
Bazooka – Mesa Stin Poli;
Tad – 3-D Witch Hunt (Peel Session);
A Place To Bury Strangers – Dead Moon Night;
A Place To Bury Strangers – Punch Back;
Yurt – Sjambok;
Yurt – Flight of the Intergalactic Mallard;
Stonebride – Embodiment;
Arrogance – Black Death;
Spice Boys – Spice City Boys;
Guided By Voices – Where Have You Been All My Life;
The Ritual – Speed Freak;
The Crack Pipes – Bang Bang Bangs;
The Writhing Squares – Steely Eyed Missile Man;
Coffin Daggers – Monsters from the Id.

Flashlite #484

A Place To Bury StrangersToday 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 A Place To Bury Strangers. We also introduce The Sueves from Chicago and The Katellas, lead by Dewey Peek, who we heard last week with Ford Madox Ford. The episode this week is dedicated to the memory of Mike Harrison of Spooky Tooth, who passed away recently, on March 25.

Minutemen – It’s Expected I’m Gone;
Death By Unga Bunga – Haunt Me;
Ghost – Rats;
Total Control – Nervous Harvest;
Public Squares – Don’t Let Me Down;
Public Squares – Go Medium;
Guided By Voices – Game of Pricks;
Guided By Voices – Grey Spat Matters;
I Am The Polish Army – Setup;
Kathy Mccarty – Turn Myself Away;
Bad Moves – Shitty Tomorrow;
The Sueves – Green White;
A Place To Bury Strangers – Never Coming Back;
Kamo Sutra – Rodeo;
Painted Doll – Together Alone;
Starbuck – Let Your Hair Hang Long;
Stream Of Consciousness – Till You’re Through;
The Katellas – New Kid;
Spooky Tooth – I Am The Walrus;
Tortoise and Bonnie Prince Billy – It’s Expected I’m Gone.

Flashlite #226

A Place to Bury StrangersWe 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 that had some very nice albums in the late 80s, reunited last year and today we check out their new alvum Big Dipper Crashes on the Platinum Planet. After a new album last year, dB’s are back with the new ep Revolution of the Ming. And finally, a rare 1983 cassette tape The Mush Mind Blues by the legendary dobro player from Tucson, Rainer Ptacek and his Combo, came out as an Internet download and his first album Barefoot Rock is scheduled for vinyl reissue this summer.

Carnival Season – Obsessive Season;
Mexican Knives – Down To Hell;
A Place to Bury Strangers – Graveyard;
Dead Moon – Graveyard;
Guided By Voices – He Rises! Our Union Bellboy;
Big Dipper – Robert Pollard;
Big Dipper – Lunar Module;
Paul Kelly and the Messengers – Forty Miles to Saturday Night;
Paul and Dan Kelly – Forty Miles to Saturday Night (Live in CLE);
The dB’s – Revolution of the Mind;
Chris Stamey – You n Me n XTC;
XTC – The Tissue Tigers;
Oblivians – Desperation;
Rainer – Deadly Sins;
Howe Gelb – Forever and a Day;
Minutemen – Have You Ever Seen the Rain;
John Fogerty and Alan Jackson – Have You Ever Seen the Rain.