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Flashlite #726

Varonas

Welcome to the first regular Lighthouse in 2023! We have new tunes from Trotsky Icepick, Starcrawler, Brower, Speedways and The Routes. Speedways from UK and Brower from New York have exceptionally catchy new tunes. We introduce Pointed Sticks from Canada, Rayland Baxter from Nashville and Varonas from Spain. We also have two tributes. One to Terry Hall, the vocalist of The Specials and leader of Fun Boy Three and the other to Massimo Savic, legendary Yugo rock singer. Both passed away last month.

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The Walker Brothers – The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore;
Dorian Gray – Sjaj u tami;
Trotsky Icepick – Girl You Got to Change;
Petrified Max – The Big W (Happy New Year);
Mick Trouble – Me and the Riddle Tree;
Brower – Where is the Magic;
The Speedways – Secret Secrets;
Deniz Tek – Home;
Fruit Tones – Cream & Sugar;
The Pointed Sticks – Out Of Luck;
The Pointed Sticks – There’s The Door;
Rayland Baxter – Tadpole;
BBQT – JUMPOUTS (single version);
Starcrawler – Thursday;
Varonas – Décadas;
Doctor Explosion – Grises;
The Routes – Lead Lined Clouds;
Fun Boy Three – The Lunatics (Have Taken Over The Asylum);
The Specials – Friday Night Saturday Morning;
The Specials – Concrete Jungle.

Flashlite #639

Dan Sartain

Dirty garage rock selection today. Two hottest new releases is the collaboration between New York writer Mike Edison with the Spanish band Guadalupe Plata. Other hot release is quintet from LA, Richard Rose. We also have new music from all over the globe: Clamm from Melbourne, Robbing Banks from Utrecht in Netherlands, Japanese/UK combo The Routes, School Damage from Toronto and the London band Embrooks. Last block of today’s show are left for a tribute to Alabama musician Dan Sartain who passed away on March 19 at the age of 39.

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Jarvis Humby – Hollywood;
Clamm – Repress;
Robbing Banks – Super Glue;
Robbing Banks – Change Your Mind;
The Routes – I Never Learn;
The Routes – Two Steps Ahead;
Mike Edison, Guadalupe Plata – John Henry;
Guadalupe Plata – Oh Mama;
Demon’s Claws – Put On My Sunday Dress;
John Wesley Coleman – Come On Cops;
Marked Men -A little Time;
Crusaders of Love – Realm of Death;
School Damage – Critical Excess;
Richard Rose – Red Telephone;
True Sons of Thunder – Jet Set;
Red Devil Ryders – Soaked Blunt Blues;
X – Strange Life, featuring Robby Krieger;
The Embrooks – Human Living Vampire;
Dan Sartain – In Death;
Dan Sartain – Voodoo;
Kamo Sutra – Setao bih tvoga psa;
King Khan Unlimited – Modern Frankenstein.

Flashlite #128

Laura CantrellOne Hundred Dollars is an americana band from Toronto. They have a third album out called Song of Man, but this is their debut at The Little Lighthouse. DM Bob and The Deficits is another americana band in today’s show, but they draw their main influences from the 80s cow punk. Still, they hail from a very unamerican Hamburg in Germany and DM stands for Deutch Mark. Japanese retro rockers The Routes also debut today at the show with their new record called Alligator. Singing Loins are well known to our visitors and they have a new single out. It makes me very happy to see that Laura Cantrell is also back with a new album filled with Kitty Wells covers.

Ray Charles – I Can’t Stop Loving You;
The Berkeley Squires – The Best I Can;
Hunx And His Punx – Tonite Tonite;
Bäddat För Trubbel – Snälla, Snälla;
Harlan T Bobo – My Life;
The Routes – Be My Jane;
DM Bob and the Deficits – Satellite of Love;
Lou Reed – Sattelite Of Love;
Booker T. Jones – The Bronx (Featuring Lou Reed);
Blue Sandalwood Soap – Northwest Airlines;
The Rolling Stones – Good times, bad times;
Peter Case – Good Times, Bad Times;
One Hundred Dollars – Work;
The Singing Loins – Ain’t The World A Lovely Place;
Niam Amor and Susie Hug – Les Bruits;
Bonnie Whitmore – GTO;
Laura Cantrell – Kitty Wells Dresses;
Kitty Wells – I Can’t Stop Loving You.