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Flashlite #432

May 18th, 2017

Today we start with The Meatbodies, a band that involves Chad Ubovich, a long time collaborator of Ty Segall. Then we introduce Sabbath Assembly, self described occult band that travels between Texas and New York City. White Reaper come from Louisville KY and Ghoultown come from Texas, both bands quite rough and heavy. Automatic City [...]

Soldiers of Fortune – Early Risers Improvization in rock music is not an easy thing to do well. Making records has become a serious art business over the years. Careful songwriting, big concepts, thoughtful producers, long practicing, multi-tracks and overdubbing are as important as an electric guitar in rock music. In fact, one could say [...]

Flashlite #358

December 17th, 2015

It’s a jammy show today. We have entirely improvized band called Soldiers of Fortune, consisting of many established musicians from New York (Oneida, Chavez, Interpol). Jesper Eklow from Endless Boogie seems to play a very important role forming the sound on the new Soldiers of Fortune record Early Risers. Next, we have the legendary (ex) [...]

Flashlite #209

February 7th, 2013

MBV ya all… The biggest buzz since the power went out at the Super Bowl is the return of My Bloody Valentine. Without much pomp, they released a new record simply called mbv, and it sound like time did not change anything in their dreamy ways. Another interesting return is for Endless Boogie, who are [...]

When Endless Boogie appeared out of nowhere in 2008 borrowing the title of Johnny Lee Hooker’s album from 1971, and retooling the old Captain Beefheart concepts, they were a complete mystery. Very little presence on line, virtually no reviews, the word about the band literally was the word of mouth. In the meantime we found [...]

On November 6 1985, exactly 25 years ago, one tradition started to take shape. Zikica Simic in Belgrade (Yugoslavia), decided to start a radio show featuring “the new American rock music” called Tajanstveni voz (Mystery Train). Zikica was featuring bands of the 80s rock’n’roll scene that was impossible to hear anywhere in the world except [...]

Flashlite #94

October 7th, 2010

Here we are again after a summer long hiatus. Students are back to school, cold days are here and hot rock’n’roll selections too. This show is filled with some of the most exciting music that came out while we were gone. We have Eamon McGrath from Canada for the first time in our show. Interesting [...]

Here’s a Brooklyn band that is a complete antithesis to a standard New York City band. They are not pretty, they don’t wear designer clothes, they pretty much stick to just one chord through the wole song, they named themselves after a Johnny Lee Hooker record, their singer makes pig sounds as he sings. They [...]

Flashlite #24

October 9th, 2008

Here we are in another episode of The Little Lighthouse. We open up with a brand new song for legendary Husker Du drummer Grant Hart, which he posted to his myspace page. It’s great to see him back and perhaps this means that the new album is also in plans. New York’s traditionalists Endless Boogie, [...]

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