Psych review today. We check out the new tunes by The Black Delta Movement over in UK. Also in UK, we have Dead Sea Apes. In Australia, we check out Brown Spirits. On the US side of things, we have Sun Astros, Mammatus and Helen Kelter Skelter. Marc Ribot is also back with his Ceramic Dog. Norwegian masters Motorpsycho are also back with a new record and it sounds a bit lighter than the what we normally used from them.
Ribbons of Euphoria – Invisible Prison
The Black Delta Movement – Always Home
Ceramic Dog – Connection
Korb – Ritual For The Gods
Sun Astros – She’s Gotta Man
Dead Sea Apes – Truther
Dead Flowers – Altered State Circus
Helen Kelter Skelter – Sceptre
Mammatus – Expanding Majesty
Goat – Goatman
Brown Spirits – Dead End Exits
Motorpsycho – Patterns
Motorpsycho – The Dowser
Today we have a couple of new introductions. Green/Blue come from Minnesotta MN, and they offer us a sweet new album called Offering. Also with a new album, we introduce Junior League straight from Covington LA. Good Looking Son have an ep and they come from Cincinnati OH. Outtacontroller from Canada is back with the new single, John Wesley Coleman III is back with the new album and so is Marc Ribot and his Ceramic Dog. Chris Church teams up with Big Stir Records to reissue his album from 10 years ago and we love it here at the Lighthouse.
Minutemen – The Red And The Black;
Green/Blue – Talking To Myself;
Frankie and the Witch Fingers – Cookin’;
Reigning Sound – Make It Up;
The Spliffs – I Know A Girl;
The Junior League – The Sunshine Saves Everyone;
Good Looking Son – Mr. Wonderful;
The Resonars – Own Up;
The Reflectors – Where Have You Been;
Outtacontroller – Parts Unknown;
Chris Church – Bad Summer;
Chris Church – You Are the Thunder;
Komodor – Nasty Habits;
Blue Oyster Cult – The Red & The Black;
Transistors – Reception to Porter;
John Wesley Coleman – Outerspacey Tracey;
Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog – Wanna.
Psychedelic boogie episode today with new music from Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog, Oh Sees, A Place To Bury Strangers and Thurston Moore. Introducing, Carlton Melton from San Francisco and Mugstar from Liverpook, UK. Plus, Clutch and Endless Boogie issue archival material. Melt your mind with the sounds from The Little Lighthouse.
Helicon – The Sun Also Rises;
Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog – Dog Death opus 27;
Mugstar – Cato;
Oh Sees – Weird and Wasted Connection;
Oh Sees – Dark Weald;
Clutch – Run, John Barleycorn, Run;
Bassholes – John Barleycorn;
All Them Witches – Saturnine & Iron Jaw;
Carlton Melton – Three Zero Two;
Endless Boogie – Cretan Miniatures;
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Automation;
A Place To Bury Strangers – You Are The One;
Thurston Moore – They Believe in Love (When They Look at You).
Today we begin with two obituaries. Arturo Vega, art director and logo designer of The Ramones passed away on June 8 this year. Alan Myers drummer of Devo passed away on June 24. After we pay respect to the two of them, we continue with some new music. King Louie’s Missing Monuments have a new single, Calexico covers Replacements on the new EP and Mama Rosin joins forces with Mick Collins and Matt Verta-Ray for a Marvelette’s tune Please Mr Postman. Mark Ribot’s Ceramic Dog has an exceptional new album and Lisa Mychols is back with the new album too. Finally, we have a reissue of the Shoes first LP One In Versailles which is finally widely available.
The Turtles – You Showed Me;
Ramones – Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment;
Devo – Uncontrollable Urge;
Paraf – Perspektiva;
King Louie’s Missing Monuments – Answer the Call;
Willie Nile – God Laughs;
Willie Nile – Trying To Find My Way (Live in CLE);
Richard And Linda Thompson – Jet Plane In A Rocking Chair
Shoes – Do I Get So Shy;
Calexico – Unsatisfied;
The Replacements – Unsatisfied;
Jimbo Mathus and The Tri-State Cualition – (I Wanna Be Your) Satellite;
T Bone Burnett – Tear That Building Down;
Ceramic Dog – Lies My Body Told Me;
Chris Cacavas – Strand By Strand;
The Marvelettes – Please Mr. Postman;
Mama Rosin (Featuring Mick Collins & Matt Verta-Ray) – Please Mister Postman;
Lisa Mychols – Better Than Nothing.
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