New in music, Urge Overkill are back with the new record. Sylvia Rose Novak is also back with a rocking new single. We played nearly all songs from her previous masterpiece record Bad Luck. David Nance has yet another project, this time with Pearl Lovejoy Boyd and James Schroeder. Ambrose Kenny-Smith from King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard and Sam Cooper from Sagamore collaborate on a new single. Sofia Bolt has a new album. Today, we also introduce Sick Things from Canada, Susan Cattaneo from Boston. We got a wonderful archival record by Narrow Adventure featuring Kristi and Kelly Callan and Kjehl Johansen and we sample it today. The episode is dedicated to Gary Brooker, the voice of Procol Harum who passed away this year on February 19th.
Urge Overkill – Sister Havana;
Sick Things – Waste My Time;
Sylvia Rose Novak – Man I Used To Be;
Tiny Flaws – C’est Different;
Susan Cattaneo – All Is Quiet;
Sofia Bolt – Secret Memories;
Urge Overkill – Somebody Else’s Body;
Urge Overkill – A Necessary Evil;
Cooper & Kenny-Smith – Marengo Dream;
Chris Cacavas – Disappear;
John Wesley Coleman – Mushroom;
Gyasi – Sword Fight;
David Nance, Pearl Lovejoy Boyd and James Schroeder – 80 Into Nothing;
Narrow Adventure – I Don’t Know;
Wednesday Week – Forever;
Dime Box Band – Going My Way;
The Mirage – Is Anybody Home;
Procol Harum – A Whiter Shade of Pale.
Trippy show today with new music from King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Shannon and the Clams and 10000 Russos. We also check in with Big Hogg from Glasgow and their brand new record. Ty Segall produced new record for LA’s Grave Flowers Bongo Band. We introduce Aquarian Blood from Memphis, Exek from Australia and Birds of Maya from Philadelphia.
13th Floor Elevators – Nobody To Love;
Shannon and the Clams – Midnight Wine;
Grave Flowers Bongo Band – Smile;
Night Beats – Holy Roller;
Big Hogg – Wyverns;
Aquarian Blood – Bolted and Embossed;
All Them Witches – The Children of Coyote Woman;
Exek – Four Stomachs;
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Catching Smoke;
ROY – In The Garden Defeated;
Mugstar – Star Cage;
Birds of Maya – Busted Room;
10 000 Russos – Super Inertia.
Today we begin with two bands based in Slovenia: ÄŒao PortoroÅ¾ and Lelee. In addition to their local tongue, in the best tradition of Slovenian bands, they also mix in Serbocroatian. And Lelee also does lyrics in Macedonian. That sort of panslavism is welcome at the Little Lighthouse. Another thing welcome is Todd Rundgren. Two recent bands released songs that sound a lot like his tunes: The Nude Party from North Carolina and Green Seagull from London. Son of Gene Clark, Kai Clark has released a tribute to his father and we check it out today. King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard has a new single. We close the show with two tributes to fallen heroes. Emitt Rhodes has passed away on July 19 and Peter Green six days after that.
Peter Bardens – Homage To The God Of Light;
ÄŒao PortoroÅ¾ – Å est;
Lelee – Fasciniran (sum od mnogu lugje);
Todd Rundgren – Izzat love;
Neon Indian – Deadbeat Summer;
Todd Rundgren – I Saw the Light;
The Nude Party – Shine Your Light;
Green Seagull – Dream You’re Living;
The Rolling Stones – Scarlet;
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Honey;
Kai Clark – Eight Miles Higher;
Byrds – Eight Miles High;
Merry-go-round – Early in the Morning;
Emitt Rhodes – Live Till You Die;
Fleetwood Mac – Homework.
Today we start off with a track from the latest King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard album. Then we hear a new single from Ruby Boots, who collaborated with Indianola. And we hear it in live and studio version. Margaret Dollrod is back with her new band Heartthrob Chassis. In Belgrade, we check out the new music from Å ajzerbiterlemon. Also from Belgrade, we check out music from the surf trio cleverly named Threesome. Fever Feel from Canada have a new single (it’s a band that we just introduced recently. Over in Sweden, we check out The Janitors. It’s an older song, but it’s a good band that fell through the cracks for me. But the most exciting thing by far is the return album from one of my favorite 80s bands Danny And The Doorknobs. It’s a very surprising return to a band that existed shortly under that name, and is way better known as Trotsky Icepick. Their old album Poison Summer is one of the hidden 80s jewels and their new album might be even better than that. Definitely the most pleasant surprise this year and possibly the greatest return album since Mission of Burma’s ONoffON.
Poison Summer (Trotsky Icepick) – Gaslight; King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard – This Thing; Ruby Boots & Indianola – Might Be Losing My Mind; Ruby Boots & Indianola – Might Be Losing My Mind (Live in CLE); Demolition Doll Rods – Ghost on the Highway; Heartthrob Chassis – Sister; Sajzerbiterlemon – Sneg; River City Tanlines – Stop My Heart; The Janitors – Here They Come; Threesome – Lull; Sage – When The Time; Games – When The Time; The Dates – California Underneath the Sea; Fever Feel – In The Palm Of Her Hand; Danny and the Doorknobs – The Shadow; Danny and The Doorknobs – Harmona.
Leyla McCalla over in New Orleans is back with the new album entitled Capitalist Blues. John Wesley Coleman III, from the neighboring state of Texas also has a new solo record. Part Time Lover in my home-base of Cleveland has a new single for Blue Arrow Records (our sponsor). On the other side of the world, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard come with the new single. Over in whatever is left from Yugoslavia, we have two new exciting tunes. Snooze in Motion with their new single (or I should say his new single, it’s just one guy, San Mikulec from Zagreb). Koala Voice come from Kisovec in Slovenia and we have them here for the first time. We also have two tributes. Blue Cheer drummer Paul Whaley passed away in late January and Korni Grupa bass player, Bojan Hreljac passed away in December.
Leyla McCalla – Aleppo;
Koala Voice – Macbeth;
The Stiffs – Magic Roundabout;
Outrageous Cherry – Beginning Of The End Of The Night;
Snooze in Motion – Deset Dana;
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Cyboogie;
Teardrop City – You Don’t Know Him;
Bob Mould – Send Me A Postcard;
Shocking Blue – Send Me a Postcard;
Part Time Lover – Send Me A Postcard (Live in CLE);
Part Time Lover – Magic Child;
John Wesley Coleman III – Beam With Us;
Nikki Hill – The Fire That’s In Me;
Blue Cheer – Doctor Please;
Korni Grupa – 1941 (excerpt).
Jonathan Richman has a new single with our sponsor The Blue Arrow Records and we check it out. Also, we hear the new singles from Eamon McGrath and Low Cut Connie. Two bands share a split EP, Remedy from Austria and ESC Life from Croatia. ESC Life used to be a backing band for Grant Hart when he did a tour in Europe a few years ago. King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard continue their hyper-production with yet another new album which they call Polygondwanaland. Our show today is dedicated to the drummer of Flesh Eaters, Christian Free who used to be a part of their 90s line up and passed away last week. Also Kak Channthy of The Cambodian Space Project got killed in a car accident last week. We didn’t play this band before, but it’s still important to pay respect to this spectacularly interesting singer-songwriter.
David Nance – What You’re Doing;
Esc Life – Fill The Void;
Remedy – Fix It;
The Number Ones – Breakin’ Loose;
Someloves – Know You Now;
Amy Rigby – New Sheriff;
Low Cut Connie – Beverly;
Jonathan Richman – Not So Much To Be Loved As To Love;
I Am The Polish Army – My Old Man;
Blackfoot Gypsies – I’m so Blue;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Inner Cell;
Eamon McGrath – Power;
The Schizophonics – Venus Transit;
The Cambodian Space Project – The Passenger;
Flesh Eaters – Death Installment Plan;
Velvet Underground – I’ll Be Your Mirror.
Today we have the new album from King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard, who continue with their hyperproduction. Other new music this week are the new introductions. We have Jesus Sons from LA and Angelica Rockne, also from California. We also introduce Bohannons from Chattanooga, TN and The Woolly Bushmen from Orlando, FL. Also from Chicago, we have Plastic Crimewave Syndicate. Over in Europe, we have a one man band Tongue Tied Twin from Switzerland. Prljave Sestre from Serbia play an enthusiastic cover of Dr. Feelgood. We also pay a tribute to Tommy Keene and Pat DiNizio who both passed away recently.
The Ben Vaughn Quintet – Piece De Resistance;
Jesus Sons – Feel Alright (That Bottle);
Angelica Rockne – Queen of San Antonio;
Lilly Hiatt – Rotterdam;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Hot Wax (Live in CLE);
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – All Is Known;
Tongue Tied Twin – Control;
Dr. Feelgood – She Does It Right;
Prljave Sestre – She Does It Right (Dr. Feelgood);
Plastic Crimewave Syndicate – Ghost of Dread Reaction;
Tommy Keene – Cherry Vanilla;
Tommy Keene – Places That Are Gone;
Smithereens – Blood And Roses;
Bohannons – No Trouble Tonight;
The Woolly Bushmen – Something New;
Razor Boys – High School.
This show starts with Paint Fumes from Charlotte, NC. Then we check out the new album by Ty Segall, done to support the American Civil Liberties Union. His friend over in California, Kelley Stoltz is also back with the new record. King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard must be the busiest band in the world, along with Ty Segall. They already published their third album this year, and it’s a collaboration with another Australian band called Mild High Club. King Washington is a new trio from LA and Edgar Jones comes to us from UK. Andy Gabbard has a new record called Plenum Castle. Last week we heard David Nance with is take on the Beatles, and this week we hear his own epic tune called Ambulance.
Joe South – A Million Miles Away;
Paint Fumes – Brick Wall;
Ty Segall – Dust;
Ty Segall – Rusted Dust;
Jonly Bonly – Never Thought I’d Die;
Gorilla – Stay With Me;
Kelley Stoltz – Tranquilo;
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Tezeta;
Powerline Sneakers – Don’t Shit Me Now;
Dr. John – Ice Age;
Paul Kelly – Josephina;
King Washington – Nowhere’s Hard to Find;
Edgar Jones – La Cancion Del Dia Y De Noche;
Nicole Atkins – Darkness Falls So Quiet;
Love As Laughter – Coast to Coast;
The Yawpers – A Decision is Made;
Andy Gabbard – Black Fire Rainbows;
David Nance – Ambulance.
Today we start off with the brand new song from a really cool new record for Bash & Pop. Then we check out another cool song from a band that puts records much more frequently, Electric Six. 1-800-Band is a quartet that comes from Brooklyn – they hired legendary Mitch Easter to help them out with the new album entitled High Beams. We also introduce Rob Clarke and The Wooltones are from Liverpool, England and Kill West from Argentina. King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard announced a new album that experiments with microtonal scales. Greg Stackhouse Prevost of The Chesterfield Kings is back with the new solo record. And we finish things off with the new album for Sloming Moops that just came out, entitled Dance Drool
Shurman – Looking back;
Bash And Pop – Anything Could Happen;
Electric Six – Lee Did This to Me;
Boomtown Rats – (Watch Out For) The Normal People;
Dave Davies – Creeping Jean;
1-800-Band – Jackie’s Wrong;
Rob Clarke And The Wooltones – Iron Eyes Cody;
Wreckless Eric – Days of My Life;
Pink Floyd – Paintbox;
Honey Radar – Sugar Helicopter;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Sleep Drifter;
Kill West – Shivers;
Grant Hart – Signed D.C.;
Greg ‘Stackhouse’ Prevost – Signed D.C.;
Love – Signed D.C;
Katie Bar the Door – Gettysburg Girl;
Sloming Moops – Watch Out, Henry!
Lots of cool new garage rock today. We have the new music from Chicago’s Heavy Times and Italy’s Sultan Bathery. Hyper-productive Australians King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard are back with yet another new record Nonagon Infinity. Four Minnesota ladies with years of experience in various band joined forces and formed a band called Beebe Gallini that focuses on garage rock covers. Detroit garage rock revivalists from the late 90s, The Go have a new live album. Webb Wilder, guitarist and actor from North Mississippi is back with the new album Mississippi Moderne. Our good Australian friend Jon S. Williams who we know from City of Cool is back with an excellent batch of new recordings and we check out his cover of Trevor Lucas’ Poor Ned. We wrap things out with the new Allysen Callery tune.
Fuzz – II;
CFM – Clearly Confusion;
Heavy Times – Bad Brother;
The Cynics – Abba;
The Paragons – Abba;
Beebe Gallini – Adam;
The Go – Get You Off;
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Invisible Face;
Sultan Bathery – Right On;
Danny Kroha – Rowdy Blues;
Chris Whitley – Stones in My Pathway;
Webb Wilder – Stones In My Pathway;
Jon S Williams – Poor Ned;
Fotheringay – The Ballad Of Ned Kelly;
Allysen Callery – Crabapple.
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