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Flashlite #695

Missed Cleveland

Today we check out the new music from The Americans, a band that we loved back in 2017 when they had a fantastic debut record out. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever are also back with another new album. The Missed from Cleveland have plans to put out their first full length album as well. We introduce new artists and bands from Boston (Dirty Truckers and Abbie Barrett), Melbourne (Hazmats), LA (Momma). Finally, we play a track by Best Bets from New Zealand, who have a phenomenal new album On An Unhistoric Night.

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Timon – And Now She Says She’s Young;
The Dirty Truckers – Remember One;
The Americans – Born With A Broken Heart;
The Americans – Nevada;
Ford Madox Ford – Images Of My Generation;
The Hazmats – Empty Rooms;
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – My Echo;
Gentleman Jesse – One Million Sorrows;
Banditos – Time Wasted;
The Missed – The Actor;
Momma – Medicine;
Sylvia Rose Novak – Howl;
Mattiel – Lighthouse;
Neko Case – Man;
Abbie Barrett with Greg Hawkes – I Will Let You Know;
Best Bets – The Point;
Cheap Cassettes – Wishing The Sun Away;
Amoeba Teen – Barlight Crawl.

Flashlite #683

Cheap Cassettes

Nice new tunes today featuring Leadfinger and Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever from Australia, Tiny Flaws from UK, Harvey McLaughlin from San Antonio, TX, Cheap Cassettes from Seattle WA, Lord Nelson from Virginia and Mark Crozer from New York City. And our sponsor Blue Arrow Records releases yet another Jonathan Richman masterpiece.

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Local H – Dreaming;
Leadfinger – Sleeping Dogs;
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – The Way It Shatters;
The Murlocs – Illuminate The Shade;
Joanna Connor – It’s My Time (Feat. Joe Bonamassa);
Harvey McLaughlin – The Man Eating Chicken;
Jonathan Richman – This Is One Sad World;
Dolph Chaney – Pleasant Under Glass;
Pat Rodd and The Rankoutsiders – True Romance;
Cheap Cassettes – Malnutrition;
Tiny Flaws – The Ones In Your Head;
Sweet Knives – On A Grey Day;
The Nervebreakers – Hijack The Radio;
The Action – Look At The View;
Triptides – It Won’t Hurt You;
Lord Nelson – Hell Or High Water;
Mark Crozer & The Rels – Wasted Dreamer

Flashlite #598

Hedvig Mollestad

Join us in another globe-trotting musical ride. We stop in Boston to hear the new hard-rockers, Banshee. Then we go to Brooklyn and LA, and hear the new collaboration between Dion Lunadon and Kate Clover. Also from LA, we introduce Levitation Room. In New York City we have also Sufis, who sing about Cleveland. Doris Melton from Dream Machine has a new solo single. Lithics come from Oregon and we hear them for the first time. Over in Europe, we check out the new tunes from September Girls (Ireland), Entracte Twist (France) and Hedvig Mollestad (Norway). Australians, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever are back with the new LP record.

Steve King – Satan is Her Name;
Dion Lunadon & Kate Clover – When Will I Hold You Again;
Banshee – Savage Man;
Germ House – Keep It on Your Good Side;
The Sonic Dawn – Young Love Old Hate;
Levitation Room – Dream (within a Dream);
Doris Melton – Turn a Blind Eye;
Hexa – The Trees;
Lithics – Hands;
September Girls – Shut Up;
A Burning Bus – Come on In;
Hedvig Mollestad – A Stone’s Throw;
Entracte Twist – Aquaboulevard;
Petrified Max – The Bat Whispers;
Helicon – Bardo Thodol;
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – She’s There;
Sufis – Cleveland;
The Magnetic Fields – Come, Life, Shaker Life.

Flashlite #579

David Roback

Today we introduce the new singles from Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and The Forty Nineteens. Julian Cope has a new album too. The Third Mind is a new supergroup with Dave Alvin of Blasters, Michael Jerome of Toadies and Victor Krummenacher and David Immerglück of Camper Van Beethoven. They have a new album of new covers of some classic psychedelic tunes. Similar concept, but with less known participants has been released in Chicago by Plastic Crimewave Syndicate. We also introduce a new artist for us, a singer songwriter from France, Theo Charaf. Today we also have two tributes, one to David Roback, legendary leader of Mazzy Star, Opal, Rainy Day and The Rain Parade who passed away recently. Another tribute is to Zoran Modli, legendary Yugoslav radio DJ who vigorously promoted unsigned bands throughout the 80s.

Natural Child – (Might As Well) Put The Pin On;
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Cars in Space;
The Forty Nineteens – Tell Me;
Konjak – Ona i ja (Konjak);
La Strada – Zelje;
Julian Cope – A Victory Dance;
Todd Rundgren – I Saw The Light;
The 13th Floor Elevators – Reverberation;
The Third Mind – Reverberation;
Plastic Crimewave Syndicate – Ejection;
Robert Clavert – Ejection;
Opal – Magick Power;
Rainy Day – Soon Be Home;
Rain Parade – I Look Around;
Theo Charaf – Going Down.

Flashlite #549

Lisa Mychols

We start today with two albums full of good pop tunes (each in its own way) from the last year’s production, that somehow fell through the cracks. We know both performers well, Lisa Mychols from the early episodes of The Little Lighthouse and Bad Moves from the more recent episodes. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever have a new single, The Schramms are back together with the new record. Those Pretty Wrongs have a new single out, and so does Sheer Mag. Over in Yugolands, we check out Autopark with a cover of a legendary Boye song. Replacements are preparing a new repackaging of Don’t Tell A Soul and we check out one of the tunes from it.

Kerri Powers – Polly;
Bad Moves – Give It A Shot;
Lisa Mychols – He’s Got Me Dreaming;
The Cicadas – When Losers Rule the World;
Ben Vaughn – When Losers Rule The World (Live in CLE);
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Read My Mind;
The Schramms – The Day When;
The Schramms – Walk To Delphi;
The Replacements – Portland;
The Replacements – Talent Show (new version);
Those Pretty Wrongs – Ain’t Nobody But Me;
Luther Russell – Deep Feelings;
Big Star – O My Soul;
Cromm Fallon – Out of Control;
Sheer Mag – Hardly to Blame;
Autopark – Gde možemo se sresti;
Boye – Gde možemo se sresti..

Flashlite #517

2018 pt1Every year around this time we look back. This year is again. We begin the new 2019 with a retrospective of best albums in last year. Next week I will present the lest top 12 albums last year. This week we focus on positions 25-12.

Kevin Gordon – Drunkest Man in Town;
Painted Doll – Painted Doll;
Bed Wettin’ Bad Boys – Work Again;
Ty Segall – I’m a Man;
Tav Falco – Strange Libertango;
Ruby Boots – Believe in Heaven;
David Nance – When I Saw You Last Night;
Anna Von Hausswolff – The Mysterious Vanishing Of Electra;
Giant Sand – Down On Town (Love’s No Answer);
Dommengang – Daves Boogie;
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – The Hammer;
Earthless – End To End;
Mia Dyson – Nothing;
Dream Machine – Breaking the Circle.

Flashlite #492

ScientistsWe start off with Beechwood’s new album, continue with the new music from Sonny Landreth and Australian legends Scientists. New Australian force of nature is also represented with the new tune: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. We introduce two new band from Who Can You Trust label: Supersonic Blues and Pushy. Also, Indian Goat from Spokane Washington debuts at the Little Lighthouse as well. Sarah Shook and The Disarmers are live in CLE.

Beechwood – I Don’t Wanna Be the One You Love;
White Heaven – Blind Promise (Alternate Take);
Beechwood – Nero;
Part Time Lover – Kelly Cruise Kelly;
Matthew Sweet – Lady Frankenstein;
The Stars Explode – Matthew Sweet;
Sarah Shook And The Disarmers (Live in CLE);
Sarah Shook And The Disarmers – No Name;
Sonny Landreth – The U.S.S. Zydecoldsmobile (Live);
Indian Goat – Bback Pearl;
Texxcoco – The Other;
SUPERSONIC BLUES – Supersonic Blues Theme;
PUSHY – I Need More Time (The Meters);
The Meters – I Need More Time;
The Scientists – Hell Beach;
The Scientists – Perpetual Motion;
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Sister’s Jeans.

Flashlite #440

Milivoje Mića MarkovićToday we have a brand new epic double album by Melvins, apparently the last album for Matthew Melton’s Warm Soda, new one for Miranda Lee Richards. We introduce Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Feral Ohms and School Damage. Daniel Romano and his Ancient Shapes are live in Cleveland. We pay a very special respect to the late Belgrade composer Milivoje Mića Marković, a man who had a tremendous impact on the Yugoslav music scene with his jazz fusion, soundtracks and journalism.

Milivoje Mića Marković – Pauk;
Milivoje Mića Marković – Otpisani theme;
Melvins – Cardboa Negro;
The Afghan Whigs – Copernicus;
Warm Soda – Postcards;
Warm Soda – Tell Me in a Whisper;
Rolling Blackouts CF – French Press;
Daniel Romano – Ugly Human Heart Pt. 1;
Daniel Romano and The Ancient Shapes (Live in CLE);
Ancient Shapes – The Dance Of The Blossoming Selves;
Miranda Lee Richards – Ashes and Seeds;
Andy Gabbard – Raindrop;
The New Pornographers – High Ticket Attractions;
The Record Company – Roll Bones;
Heroes – I Can’t Go On;
Feral Ohms – The Glow;
School Damage – Gasbagging;
Milivoje Mića Marković – Otpisani intro.