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Flashlite #485

May 24th, 2018

Today we open up with a new band called The Fadeaways form Japan. Melvins have a new record with two bass players, Jeff Pinkus (ex Butthole Surfers) and Steven McDonald (of Redd Kross). We introduce two hard rock bands, Black Moth lead by Harriet Bevan and a feminist quartet War On Women from Baltimore. Zerodent [...]

When Mick Jagger was in his late forties he recorded Primitive Cool and Steel Wheels. Certainly not the highest point of his career. But, it seems that the generation of musicians who are in their late forties these days are growing up a bit slower, putting better and better records as the time goes by. [...]

Flashlite #303

November 27th, 2014

We have a couple of new things today. Miss Destiny from Australia are three ladies and one dude: Harriet Hudson, Harriet Stewart, Annie Llewellyn and Brett Bevege. Also from Australia, in Perth, Night Signals have a new EP called Animals. The new single they have on Hozac is on our program today. Rich Hopkins has [...]

New American rock was a musical label worth carrying in the late eighties. Being a part of that scene meant that you belong to the most innovative group of musicians on the scene, and that you possess a direct link to more traditional rock roots. One of the bands that proudly carried the “new American [...]

Flashlite #164

March 29th, 2012

The first part of the show is filled with crazy garage rockers. We have Thee Exciters and Johnny Throttle from England, Dan Sartain from Alabama and we round things up with the French duet The Magnetix with a segment from their live show this Sunday in Cleveland. Then we turn to veterans. Rich Hopkins and [...]

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