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Flashlite #639

Dan Sartain

Dirty garage rock selection today. Two hottest new releases is the collaboration between New York writer Mike Edison with the Spanish band Guadalupe Plata. Other hot release is quintet from LA, Richard Rose. We also have new music from all over the globe: Clamm from Melbourne, Robbing Banks from Utrecht in Netherlands, Japanese/UK combo The Routes, School Damage from Toronto and the London band Embrooks. Last block of today’s show are left for a tribute to Alabama musician Dan Sartain who passed away on March 19 at the age of 39.

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Jarvis Humby – Hollywood;
Clamm – Repress;
Robbing Banks – Super Glue;
Robbing Banks – Change Your Mind;
The Routes – I Never Learn;
The Routes – Two Steps Ahead;
Mike Edison, Guadalupe Plata – John Henry;
Guadalupe Plata – Oh Mama;
Demon’s Claws – Put On My Sunday Dress;
John Wesley Coleman – Come On Cops;
Marked Men -A little Time;
Crusaders of Love – Realm of Death;
School Damage – Critical Excess;
Richard Rose – Red Telephone;
True Sons of Thunder – Jet Set;
Red Devil Ryders – Soaked Blunt Blues;
X – Strange Life, featuring Robby Krieger;
The Embrooks – Human Living Vampire;
Dan Sartain – In Death;
Dan Sartain – Voodoo;
Kamo Sutra – Setao bih tvoga psa;
King Khan Unlimited – Modern Frankenstein.

The Best of 2019 Pt 2; Flashlite #569

2019pt2

Happy new year, everyone. Today we finish the list of best albums in 2019 (top 13). In my opinion, Danny and the Doorknobs return album Jukebox in the LA River stands out in it’s playful quality among the rest of this year’s production. The band also released another digital only album as Trotsky Icepick this year, making a double whammy for all those who were thirsty for their sound since the breakup in the 90s. Our hope is that the band will stay together for many more years to come. Tune in next week for our part 3 where we introduce many nice mini albums (shorter than 30 minutes) and a few other albums that didn’t make the list.

Guadalupe Plata – No te vayas;
Altin Gun – Kolbasti;
The Schizophonics – Not Gonna Change My Mind;
Sad Planets – Yesterday Girls;
Criminal Hygiene – Private Screening Heroin;
Rosalie Cunningham – Dethroning of a Party Queen;
The See No Evils;
Leyla McCalla – Aleppo;
Terry and Louie – A Thousand Guitars;
Outrageous Cherry – Gotta Get Back Inside Your Mind;
Luther Russell – Talking To Myself;
The Dates – Any Other Nite;
The Dates – Star;
Danny And The Doorknobs – The Shadow;
Danny And The Doorknobs – Heroine;
Danny And The Doorknobs – Ballad of Bobby Fuller;
Danny And The Doorknobs – Caged.

Flashlite #545

Mi Nerve

Today we introduce some new bands: Ladrones come from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Model Zero comes from Memphis TN, The Viles from Chico, California and The Sweet Things from New York City. Also, Exit 114. That last band comes also from New York City and the drummer in the band is Bobo, son of Dan Stuart who we had a chance to see playing live in Cleveland with his father. Coming back, we have Mi Nerve from Zagreb who have a new EP and Perry Farrell (formerly of Jane’s Addiction and Porno for Pyros). But the real gem for this show is the new record for Guadalupe Plata from Spain, which shines with tribal drumming and voodoo atmosphere.

Big Star – My Life Is Right;
Ladrones – La Pichaera;
Guadalupe Plata РBarre̱o en llamas;
Dr. John – Danse Fambeaux;
Buffalo Springfield – Mr. Soul;
Model Zero – Mr. Soul;
Exit 114 – Hung;
Dan Stuart – 16 Ways (Live in CLE);
Dan Stuart – You Were The Flower;
Nude Beach – For A While;
Sad Planets – Refugee;
Luther Russell – The Sound of Rock & Roll;
The Dates – Star;
The Viles (Madd) – British Racing Green;
Mi Nerve – Opet;
Pridjevi – On je jesen;
Perry Farrell – (red, white, and blue) Cheerfulness;
The Sweet Things – Dead Or Worse;
The Embrooks – Human Living Vampire.

Flashlite #331

Guadalupe PlataA good chunk of today’s show is filled with power-pop tunes. We start off with The Akibas new single. This band is important for the history of our show as it was the first band tune ever played at The Little Lighthouse. The we go on to Terry and Louie, surviving duet from The Exploding Hearts and their new single. Galileo 7 from Medway also has a new single. We also introduce Dot Dash from Washington DC and Belltowers from Orlando. Guadalupe Plata with their dusty rock’n’roll return with a new record without any title. And finally, we hear The Z-Boy, an awesome new surf rock, instrumental band from Rhode Island that I saw playing live in Newport, out of a pure coincidence. The best things happen when you’re least expecting them.

Thurston Moore – Detonation;
The Akibas – Servants of the One Percent;
Terry And Louie – Daze Gone By;
The Exploding Hearts – We Don’t Have To Worry Anymore;
Dot Dash – Transparent Disguise;
The Galileo 7 – The God of Gaps;
The Galileo 7 – Don’t Want To Know;
The Belltowers – All Along;
The Beatles – Eight Days A Week;
The Forty Nineteens – Pink 55 Bel Air;
The Beatles – Bad Boy;
Larry Williams – Bad Boy;
Leroy Washington – Lost Love Letter Blues;
The Oblivians – Pinball King;
Guadalupe Plata – Filo De Navaja;
The Z-Boys – Track 2;
Fish In Oil – Jel surfujes;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Eyes Like The Sky;
Zerodent – As Yet Untitled Awesome New Song.

Flashlite #214

FreddaUnfortunately, we say goodbye to two great people who influenced rock’n’roll greatly. Alvin Lee from Ten Years After left us on March 6th and George Shadow Morton, producer of the Shangri-Las left us on February 14th. But, we also have a survival story. You probably already heard that Slim Dunlap, the guitar player of The Replacements suffered a stroke last year and he survived it. Although the recovery is slow and expensive, he is holding tight. His old bandmates decided to have a small reunion and make an EP which would directly help Dunlap with the recovery costs. The limited edition EP auction did very well and and now it is scheduled for the regular release as a download and a sound carrier. We hear one of the songs from this record today. We also have one new name today for us, her name is Fredda and she’s from France, but with ties in Tucson AZ. She will be a part of Vacilando 68 promotional campaign this year at SXSW. Another new name is The Go from Detroit. They nurture the retro 60s sound. Guadalupe Plata are also back with the new record and Derek Deprator is also back with a very nice instrumental tune. Probably the most exciting new thing today is King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard with their western conceptual record called Eyes Like The Sky, narrated by Broderick Smith of The Dingoes.

Gordon Lightfoot – I’m Not Saying;
The Replacements – I’m Not Sayin’;
Guadalupe Plata – Esclavo;
Endless Boogie – Occult Banker;
The Dirtbombs – Do You See My Love (For You Growing) Live in CLE;
The Dingoes – Goin’ Down Again;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Evil Man;
Mountain – Theme For An Imaginary Western;
The Go – Voices Rant On;
Fredda – Morin Heights;
The Shangri-Las – Remember (Walking in the Sand);
Ten Years After – One of These Days;
Derek Paul DePrațr РWhere Did You Go.