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Flashlite #648

Sanja from Nomos 751

Please tell us why we are here… Today we have fine new tunes from The Reflectors in LA, Nick Frater, Dean Owens and mylittlebrother from UK, Brad Marino from New Hampshire. Then there are new singles from our Canadian heroes, King Khan and Eamon McGrath. But the most exciting new single today is coming from Greece. Nomos 751 covered Yugoslav all-female band (and a personal favorite) Boye!

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Disciplina Kicme – Planeta dosade;
The Reflectors – All Made Up;
Nick Frater – California Waits;
Cool Ghouls – To You I’m Bound;
Radio Days – When I’m With You;
Dean Owens – She Was a Raven;
Brad Marino – What Do You Know;
Chris Church – Fall;
Wilding – I Will Recover;
King Khan Unlimited – Play Safe;
King Khan – The Simple Truths;
mylittlebrother – Howl;
Cocktails – Part of the Problem;
Lelee – Generacija XYZ;
Vlasta Popic – Mastanje;
Boye – Moracu se boriti;
Nomos 751 – Moracu se boriti;
Eamon McGrath – April;
Rosali – Pour Over Ice;
The Last – Snake In The Grass.

Flashlite #631

Sean Tyla

Today we bring you the new music from King Khan and Detroit band Tin Foil. Speaking of Detroit, Danny Kroha is back with his second strictly acoustic blues album. Billy Childish has been active recently with several releases and the latest one is with his William Loveday Intention under the title Blud Under The Bridge. David Nance is also super active recently, with two new digital releases, one being a live show and the other one being a tribute to Devo. We also check out Dirtiest, punks from Italy. Towards the end of the show we pay respect to fallen heros, Hilton Valentine of Animals and Sean Tyla of Ducks Deluxe.

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Little Bob Story – Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood;
King Khan Unlimited – Magpie Eyes;
The William Loveday Intention – Exuberant Me;
CTFM – Pretend;
Tin Foil – Give A Try;
Tin Foil – Wax and Hash;
The Dirtiest – Ti Piscio Sul Presepe;
Fixed Up – Things Get Better;
Demolition Doll Rods – We Are One;
Danny Kroha – Leavin’ Blues;
David Nance – The Day My Baby Gave Me A Surprize;
David Nance Group – Down Where The Drunkards Roll;
David Nance – This Side Of The Moon;
Animals – House of the Rising Sun;
Animals – Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood;
Animals – We Gotta Get Out of This Place;
Ducks Deluxe – Fireball;
Ducks Deluxe – Paris 9;
King Khan And The Shrines – I See Lights.

Flashlite #587

Hollow Ship

We have a heavier, psych show today. We start with Slift from Toulouse France and Local H from Chicago. Then we go to Australia and hear the new music from the supergroup Datura4. Green/Blue is a new name for us, but I know very little about them. Their new album doesn’t even have a title. Hollow Ship are a psych band from Sweden. King Khan has put out some soundtrack music and Predrag Delibasic teamed up with Jurij Novoselic into a new project by the name of Alex Robokapov, although, Jurij used that last name during his stint in Disciplina Kicme. And, as the main feature today, Dream Syndicate have a new album out called The Universe Inside and we hear one of the longer songs on it, Apropos Nothing.

Disciplina Kicme – Buka u Modi;
Slift – Citadel on a Satellite;
Local H – Winter Western;
Monstrous – Humble Headbanger;
Datura4 – You Ain’t No Friend Of Mine;
Datura4 – West Coast Highway Cosmic;
Green Blue – Return;
Ty Segall – Handglams;
Hollow Ship – We Came Too Late;
The Dream Syndicate – Apropos Of Nothing;
The Dream Syndicate – The Side I’ll Never Show;
King Khan – Sexploration in Pink;
Alex Robokapov – Fragile;
Happy Hobo – Bass Heavy.

Flashlite #567

Saba Lou

Today we introduce the newest album from King Khan’s 17 year old daughter Saba Lou. Also new to us is Tucson AZ one-man-band Diners lead by Tyler Broderick. Great new albums with loads of catchy songs are released by More Kicks from London UK and The Whiffs from Kansas City. Willie Nile is back with a new record and so are Tim Lee and Susan Bauer, together this time as Bark. Schizophonics new LP is also finally in our hands, it’s called People in the Sky. We also introduce a relatively new track from Julie Christensen. Next week, we begin our review of best albums in 2019!

Rodney Crowell with Billy Gibbons – 56 Fury;
Willie Nile – Somewhere It’s Raining;
Bark – Drilla Hole;
Bark – Signal;
Trixie Whitle – Danger Mind;
More Kicks – What You Thinking;
The Whiffs – Seventeen;
Lisa Prank – Truth About You;
The Bevis Frond – Blew Me Out;
The Magnolias – When I’m Not;
Diners – You’ve Got It;
The Schizophonics – Like a Mummy;
Faz Waltz – Oh Penny;
Trotsky Icepick – Trust;
Scarcity of Tanks – Gentlemen On Junk;
Longport Buzz – Who Is He;
The NoMen – Salvage My Youth;
Saba Lou – On The Fields;
Julie Christensen – Breaking Open.

Flashlite #546

Team Dresch

Remember when a couple of weeks ago we announced Danny and The Doorknobs phenomenal comeback album? That band is perhaps much better known in the rock’n’roll history books as Trotsky Icepick. Only two months after the return with Juebox in LA River, Trotsky Icepick is back with an album with the moniker they are much better known for and we check it out in today’s show. Another astonishing comeback is the new single for the queercore royalties Team Dresch. Much like Trotsky Icepick, City of Cool from Australia also have a new album in a very short term. King Khan also has a new album out. Connections, a band from Columbus who had an album of the year in 2016 also had a recent new album called Foreign Affairs and we check that out today. Mark Lanegan is about to put out his new record, but as we wait for it, we hear his new tune with the guitarist of Lamb of God, Mark Morton. Cleveland Steamers have a new politically charged single and Snooze in Motion, over in Zagreb have a new fake live album called Red Wednesday.

The Dirty Mac – Yer Blues;
The King Khan Experience – Le Responsable;
Connections – Good Cop;
Connections – Oh Lisa;
Jonathan Richman – And Do No Other Thing;
The Modern Lovers – Pablo Picasso;
Phranc – Gerthurde Stein;
Team Dresch – Uncle Phranc;
Team Dresch – Your Hands My Pockets;
Trotsky Icepick – Oxygen the Destroyer;
Danny and the Doorknobs – Painting Smiles on a Dead Man;
Juliana Hatfield – Everybody Loves Me But You (Live in CLE);
Mark Morton with Mark Lanegan – Axis;
City of Cool – Heart full;
City of Cool – Finite;
Solvej Schou – America;
Cleveland Steamers – MAGA;
Snooze in Motion – I’ll Walk You Home;
The Embrooks – Human Living Vampire.

Flashlite #487

Glenn BrancaKing Khan and Sean Spits have a new album together as Louder Than Death. Catl is also back with their new album Bide My Time Until I Die. We introduce Habibi from Brooklyn, Sunny Slopes from Carrboro, NC, Black Rainbows from Italy and Blind Owls from Corpus Christi, TX. Mike St Jude And The Valentines are live in Cleveland. Today’s episode is dedicated to the memory of Glenn Branca, one of the greatest contemporary composers, who grew out of the New York underground rock scene as a part of Theoretical Girls, but made his mark on the avant-garde neo-classical scene. He Passed away from throat cancer on Mat 13 this year.

Yellow Payges – Our Time Is Running Out;
Blind Owls – I Know;
Louder Than Death – New Stains;
The Spits – Come With Me;
King Khan Experience – Knock Me Off My Feet;
Lemonheads – Green Fuz;
Habibi – Green Fuz;
Sunny Slopes – 10,000;
Mike St Jude And The Valentines (Live in CLE);
Theoretical Girls – Lovin In The Red (Second Version);
Glenn Branca – Lesson No. 1;
The Replacements – Hitchin’ a Ride (Live at Maxwell’s, Hoboken, NJ, 2;4;86);
The Celibate Rifles – Sometimes (I Wouldn’t Live Here If You Payed Me);
Zerodent – I Live A Lie;
catl – Grind It Down;
catl – Drive;
Black Rainbows – 13th Step of the Pyramid.

Flashlite #382

Leyla McCallaToday we start off with the new band from Brooklyn called Honey. Byron Coley says it reminds him on Cleveland. We also introduce The See No Evils from Leeds, England. 20 Watt Tombstone are from Wausau, WI, and Zig Zags are back with the new record. Heavy Times and King Khan have new singles. Leyla McCalla is back with a new album dense with Haitian and Creole folklore.

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Spooner Oldham – The Lord Loves a Rolling Stone;
Honey – Taking a Ride;
The See No Evils – People of the Night;
Todd Rundgren – Georgia Swing Outside Swing;
Twenty Watt Tombstone – Lair of the Swamp Witch;
Zig Zags – Giving Up The Ghost;
Ash – Midnight Witch;
100 Flowers – California Is Falling;
Trotsky Icepick – Gaslight ;
Those Pretty Wrongs – Never Goodbye;
Honey Radar – Caterpillar;
Heavy Times – Edge of the Night;
King Khan – Mule Train;
Leyla McCalla РKam̬n sa w f̬;
Leyla McCalla – A Day for the Hunter, a Day for the Prey;
Clifton Chenier – Zydeco Cha Cha;
Richard Hell – Downtown At Dawn.

Flashlite #314

Miriam LinnaSecret star of this episode is Neil Young. Two of his songs recently saw inspiring covers. Kent State murders are having a 45 year anniversary this year. Neil wrote a song about the event and this year, Cleveland band Obnox recorded a cover. A totally different sounding Colleen Rennison’s new album is named after a Neil Young song See The Sky About To Rain from On The Beach. King Khan is very active these days. After his album with Gris Gris, he reunited with Mark Sultan in a new duet Bad News Boys. We also have Miriam Linna, once a member of Cramps and nowadays boss of Norton Records. She’s back into the “business” as a performer and has a solo album Nobody’s Baby. Howlin’ Rain led by Ethan Miller also has a new album Mansion Songs.

Bob Dylan – Like A Rolling Stone;
Bad News Boys – Illuminations;
King Khan and the Gris Gris – Too Hard and Too Fast;
The Bevis Frond – Lights Are Changing;
Evan Dando – Green Eyes (Live in CLE);
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young – Ohio;
Obnox – Ohio;
Colleen Rennison – See The Sky About To Rain;
Neil Young – See The Sky About To Rain;
Eamon McGrath – Empire of Open Air;
Miriam – Questioningly;
Ramones – Questioningly;
Otis Spann – Got My Mojo Working (Blues Alphabet);
Ducks Deluxe – West Texas Trucking Board;
Howlin’ Rain – Big Red Moon.

Flashlite #306

Ivory DevilleFriends, a couple of new things this time. King Khan has a new band called Gris Gris and we hear a tune from their new record Murder Burgers. The Shivas are also back with a new record called You Know What To Do. We introduce Groovy Uncle from Britain, Ivory Deville from LA, and a new band from Partibrejker Cane, called Å krtice. They rock – we rock!

Curved Air – Stretch;
Air – Twelve O’Clock Satanial;
King Khan And The Gris Gris – It’s a Lie;
King Khan – Bite My Tongue (Live in CLE);
Dukes of Stratosphear – Have You Seen Jackie;
Groove Uncle – Pocket_Of_Concern;
The Shivas – Let It Happen To You;
Insect Trust – Been Here And Gone So Soon;
Steppes – Make Us Bleed;
Outrageous Cherry – The Digital Age;
Ivory Deville – Abyssinia;
Van Morrison – Domino;
Mink Deville – She’s So Tough (Blue Arrow Records Feature);
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band – I Got My Mojo Working (Blues Alphabet);
Å krtice – Hit;
Partibrejkers – Hej, ti, dole u mraku..

Flashlite #237

Sid SelvidgeToday’s show is dedicated to Sid Selvidge. He was a part of the Mud Boy and The Neutrons, a group of highly influential Memphis musicians. Lee Baker on guitar and Jim Dickinson on piano both passed away relatively recently, and Sid, who was the lead singer, just died in May this year. He was an incredible talent and a great singer who did not put out a lot of records, but nevertheless, influenced many. We also have Bassholes with their new record called Boogieman Stew and King Khan also with his new record called Idle No More. We also introduce a new super-group, consisting of Eddie Munoz from Plimsouls, Clem Burke from Blondie and Keith Streng from Fleshtones. It’s called The Split Squad. Our Australian favorites, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizzard are back with a new Internet single, a cover of T. Rex song Lean Woman Blues.

Mud Boy And The Neutrons – Angel Band;
Mud Boy And The Neutrons – Bo Diddley;
Sid Selvidge – That’s How I Got to Memphis;
Sid Selvidge – Miss Eleana;
Sid Selvidge – By Your Side;
Mud Boy And The Neutrons – I’ve Goa A Secret;
Marcia Ball – Live in CLE;
The Groundhogs – Express Man;
Bassholes – Express Man
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Lean Woman Blues;
T. Rex – Lean Woman Blues;
King Khan – Come Levitate With Me;
King Khan – So Wild;
The Split Squad – Touch and Go;
The Split Squad – Teenarama.