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Posts tagged ‘Robert Pollard’

Flashlite #378

May 5th, 2016

Today we hear some new music from the kings of lo-fi rock, Robert Pollard and Guided By Voices. He is as productive as ever. Following his footsteps in lo-fi, we introduce City Yelps from Leeds UK and Honey Radar from Indiana. Paul Kelly is back with a set of Shakespearean sonnets. Plastic Pals form Sweden […]

Flashlite #370

March 10th, 2016

Today we start off with the new Jack Oblivian record. He’s back with the new band The Sheiks and the new album The Lone Ranger of Love. Bazooka is a new band from Greece. Robert Pollard has another new album and we lost the count long time ago. Also from Ohio, we check out the […]

Flashlite #352

November 5th, 2015

Today we have new albums for Bob Pollard’s Ricked Wicky (third one this year already) and a new one for Israel Nash (who used to go by Gripka). Robert Forster (ex Go-Betweens) also has a new one out. We also introduce the new hopefuls of the Americana genre The Yawpers from Denver and the instrumental […]

Flashlite #335

July 9th, 2015

Today we go back to Ricked Wicky – Robert Pollard’s new band with his old friends. It’s already their second album this year. Umreti Fit, a band from Szeged in Hungary, has a new record Zvezde na plafonu, their first LP. Sonny Landreth, legendary guitar player from Louisiana is also back with the new record. […]

Flashlite #327

May 14th, 2015

Robert Pollard is as active as ever. We introduced his new band Ricked Wicky just recently, and now he also has a new solo record. We also introduce Home Blitz from Princeton NJ, which reminds me on Game Theory. Faux Ferocious come from Nashville and we check out their studio and live recordings from their […]

Flashlite #315

February 19th, 2015

We have some nice new projects for the familiar faces at The Little Lighthouse. Jeffrey Evans (68 Comeback, Gibson Bros) plays with Ross Johnson (Panther Burns) occasional gigs in Memphis and now an album of a set they recorded back in 2008 with Jim Dickinson is finally out on a disc. Robert Pollard gathered some […]

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. […]

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