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Flashlite #699

La Luz

Today we start with the new tune from LA band Berries. We check out a couple of more California artists. Tony Molina, for instance, who just announced his new album. Petrified Max, with LA punk legends Vitus Mataré and John Rosewall is back with their third album Everything’s Beautiful Now which sounds flawless. La Luz from Seattle have two new releases, a new single and a new instrumental album. From Australia, we check out L.A. Mood. Over in Helsinki, Finland, we check out Black Lizard. In Boston, we introduce The Gypsy Moths and in Chicago, we introduce Dedh.

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The Berries – Heavy Rain;
The Berries – Prime;
Black Lizard – Trouble Ahead;
Trotsky Icepick – Love Song With Migraine;
Petrified Max – Three Times Gone;
Petrified Max – Formerly Mr. Softy;
L.A. Mood – Catch the Sun;
Replacements – Unsatisfied;
So Gung Ho – Unresolved;
Best Bets – Whataworld;
Tony Molina – The Last Time;
The Gypsy Moths – The Continuing Story Of Arthur Duffy;
The Junior League – Library Bar;
Chris Cacavas – On My Back;
Guided By Voices – Alex Bell;
Dehd – Bad Love;
La Luz – San Fernando Shadow Blues;
La Luz – Spider House;
Evie Sands – Don’t Look Back, Don’t Look Down.

Flashlite #626

Mira Furlan

Nothing but nicely written music today. We start off with a shiny new song from Dinosaur JR, possibly the shiniest one J wrote since Take A Run At The Sun. Alice Cooper recorded a tribute to Detroit and we check out a cover of an Outrageous Cherry song. Rat Columns and Cool Ghouls are back with new singles. A band we used to know under various names (Fruit Sandal and Akibas) is back with a new name: Melody And The Jones. Petrified Max, after a superb album from last year has a new single (it’s a new band for Vitus Mataré and John Rosewall of Trotsky Icepick fame). We introduce a band from Istria in Croatia, Finta De Mona, that specializes into covers from old songs from that region. Trevor Beld Jimenez is a new performer from Southern California. We pay a tribute to two Yugoslavian legends who passed away recently. Mira Furlan and Misa Aleksic of Riblja Corba.

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Buldozer – Garcon De Yugoslavie;
Dinosaur JR – I Ran Away;
Alice Cooper – Our Love Will Change The World;
Outrageous Cherry – Our Love Will Change the World;
Trevor Beld Jimenez – Moment;
Rat Columns – No Stranger To Life;
Akibas – Can we be friends;
Melody And The Jones – Sun Lions;
Petrified Max – The Lucky Couple;
The Last – Jungle Book;
Tav Falco’s Panther Burns – The Jungle Book;
Cool Ghouls – Helpless Circumstance;
Finta De Mona – Macak z Voloskega;
Bonaca – Macak z Voloskega;
Riblja Corba – Ostacu slobodan;
Mira Furlan i Orkestar Davora Slaminga – Depresivni djecak;
Trotsky Icepick – The Jungle Book;
Red Lights – Jungle Book;
Mira Furlan i Buldozer – Garcon De Yugoslavie.

Flashlite #595

Bob Dylan

Today at the lighthouse we have nothing but the heavyweight legends of rock’n’roll, all mostly with the new material. We start off with Bob Dylan and Neil Young. Bob has a new record and Neil released unpublished recordings from 1975. We also have two ex members of Green on Red with new records for each of them: Chris Cacavas and Chuck Prophet. Their buddy from the same scene, Russ Tolman, who used to be in True West also has a new single out. Their buddy from the same town, Howe Gelb, has a piano solo record and we check it out. Our good friend from Louisiana, a legendary songwriter in his own right, Damien Youth has a new band Belladonna Lovers and we check it out in this episode of the show. We close the show with the new projects from the Trotsky Icepick camp. They are extraordinarily active these days: Vitus Matare and John Rosewall have a new album as Petrified Max and John Talley Jones is with Strikeslip.

Chris Cacavas – Truth;
Neil Young – Vacancy;
Bob Dylan – Goodbye Jimmy Reed;
Bob Dylan – Standing in the Doorway;
Giant Sand – Warm Storm;
Howe Gelb – Steadfast;
Russ Tolman – The Trees Are In Love With You;
True West – You;
Green On Red – We Shall Overcome;
Chris Cacavas – We Can Dream;
Chuck Prophet – Womankind;
The Stone Roses – Sally Cinnamon;
Damien Youth – Susie Cinnamon;
Belladonna Lovers – Frankenstein Head;
Petrified Max – Snowshoe;
Strikeslip – Stuporstar;
Trotsky Icepick – Imaging Neptune.