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Flashlite #636

Hedvig Mollestad

Today we have an interesting show, full of new experimental tunes mostly inspired by the new Levitation festival releases by Dead Meadow and Osees. Following that block we check out the new music from City of Cool and Mythic Sunship who may as well have been on Levitation line up. Warm Drag has a new single and we also check out new releases from Hedvig Mollestad Trio and Writhing Squares. We also introduce a young guitar player from Austing TX, Ally Venable who has a very interesting new tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan. Although she could have titled it as a tribute to Jimi Hendrix and it would still work well, if not better given the experimental feel of the piece.

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Jonathan Kane and Dave Soldier – Requiem for Hulis Pulis;
Dead Meadow – Rains in the Desert;
Osees – Chem Farmer Nite Expo;
City of Cool – Festival Time;
Mythic Sunship – Olympia;
Warm Drag – Butch Things;
Ally Venable – Tribute to SRV;
Hedvig Mollestad Trio – Leo Flash’ Return to the Underworld;
Writhing Squares – Epilogue.

Flashlite #624

A Place To Bury Strangers

Psychedelic boogie episode today with new music from Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog, Oh Sees, A Place To Bury Strangers and Thurston Moore. Introducing, Carlton Melton from San Francisco and Mugstar from Liverpook, UK. Plus, Clutch and Endless Boogie issue archival material. Melt your mind with the sounds from The Little Lighthouse.

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Helicon – The Sun Also Rises;
Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog – Dog Death opus 27;
Mugstar – Cato;
Oh Sees – Weird and Wasted Connection;
Oh Sees – Dark Weald;
Clutch – Run, John Barleycorn, Run;
Bassholes – John Barleycorn;
All Them Witches – Saturnine & Iron Jaw;
Carlton Melton – Three Zero Two;
Endless Boogie – Cretan Miniatures;
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Automation;
A Place To Bury Strangers – You Are The One;
Thurston Moore – They Believe in Love (When They Look at You).

Flashlite #608

Skylar Gregg

October show brings new music from All Them Witches, Oh-Sees and Karkara. San Mikulec over in Croatia is back with another Snooze in Motion EP. From Seattle, we have Naked Giants and Skylar Gregg is hailing from Nashville. We also introduce a new project for Wooden Wand and Nick Mitchell-Maiato, which they call One Eleven Heavy.

Faux Killas – Space Force;
The Nervous Eaters – Don’t You Cry;
All Them Witches – 41;
Honey Radar – Medium Mary Todd;
ÄŒao Portorož – U Daktariju;
Ned O’Millick Cooperative – E polucija;
Snooze in Motion – Doomsday in Disguise;
Naked Giants – The Shadow;
A Burning Bus – life goes on;
Oh-Sees – Gong of Catastrophe;
Karkara – Falling Gods;
Logan Ledger – I Don’t Dream Anymore;
One Eleven Heavy – Wild Hair;
Skylar Gregg – I Already Know;
Mark Lanegan – Burying Ground.

Flashlite #573

Neo Psychedelic Scene

The past decade has seen the revival of psychedelic music scene. Two main representatives are King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard and Thee Oh Sees. These bands, and many other bands, fill arenas around the world. The new music has so little chord changes, that it might just be all one chord for an entire hour today. In today’s show, we explore some of the new music that comes from that scene, including the latest albums by Karkara from France, Ghost Funk Orchestra from New York, Dhidalah from Japan, Eerie Family from Texas, Helicon from London and Plastic Crimewave Syndicate from Chicago. Remember what the dormouse said? Feed your head…

Karkara – Proxima Centaury;
Ghost Funk Orchestra – Slow Down;
Ghost Funk Orchestra – Kaddis;
Oh Sees – The Experimenter;
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Billabong Valley;
Dhidalah – Jovian Sky;
Eerie Family – Dead Stars Still Shine On Us Tonight;
Helicon – Sound Of Confession;
Plastic Crimewave Syndicate – The Gwardjal.

Flashlite #554

UV-TV

Today we have check out the new music from the legendary Paul Roessler and Oh Sees. UV-TV from Queens, The See No Evils from Leeds UK, Bernays Propaganda from Macedonia, Mannequin Pussy from Pilly and Thee Fine Lines from Springfield MO have nice new albums. Slates over in Canada recently had a really good couple of releases so we check those out.

fIREHOSE – Riddle of the Eighties;
Oh Sees – Snickersnee;
Mannequin Pussy – Patience;
Mannequin Pussy – Romantic;
Davila 666 (Live in CLE);
UV-TV – Take It All;Oh
UV-TV – Sand;
Paul Roessler – The Only Thing That Matters;
Cromm Fallon – No Sleep;
Monnone Alone – I Wanna Hide In Yerterday;
Peter Perrett – Once Is Enough;
Aaron Spade – Get Lost;
The See No Evils – Rising Sun;
The See No Evils – All That I Know;
Thee Fine Lines – Take a Moment;
Thee Fine Lines – You’re Good;
Sebadoh – Stunned;
Trotsky Icepick – Clyde’s Planet;
Tony Molina – Separate Ways;
Slates – Riddle Of The Eighties;
Slates – Summery;
Bernays Propaganda – Retki bilki;
Ex-Cess – Sam protiv svih.

Flashlite #497

Shilpa RayThalia Zedek and her most recent band E are back with some new tunes on a new album Negative Work. Looks like Oh Sees dropped Thee from their title permanently. Also we introduce new names for us: Pastor in Austria, Civic and Last Quokka from Australia and Mooner from Chicago (not to be confused with Mooner from Indonesia). Jonathon Robert Lindaberry is a one man band The Bones of J.R. Jones. Shilpa Ray comes from New York City and covers an Alice Cooper tune on her new single.

The Nude Party – Live Like Me;
Pastor – Voodoo;
Shilpa Ray – Is It My Body;
The Golden Boys – Beast;
Bark – Lazarus;
The Space Merchants – Defeat Song;
Ford Madox Ford – Images Of My Generation;
Civic – New Vietnam;
E – Cannibal Chatroom;
Come – Dead Molly;
Oh Sees – Last Peace;
The Bones of J.R. Jones – The Drop;
Hightown Pirates – Last Chance Saloon;
Mooner – Buruh;
Mooner – I Don’t Know How;
Last Quokka – Walking.

Flashlite #407

Medicine BoyToday we have several brand new bands for us here at The Little Lighthouse. Medicine Boy come from South Africa and it’s a duet with powerful modern sound. Nudity come from Leeds, Australia, and over there in the same neck of the woods we have The Prophet Hens from New Zealand. Radkey are three brothers from Missouri. Let’s not forget an awesome performance from the sold out show by Thee Oh Sees in Cleveland.

Buldozer – Stari druze (balada o Harry Jacksonu);
The Yawpers – Beale Street;
Medicine Boy – E.V.I.L;
Dagger Moth – Out of Shot;
Thee Oh Sees Live in CLE;
Nudity – Now I’m Resting;
Radkey – Evil Doer;
Stonefield – Sister;
Seger Liberation Army – Lucifer;
Bob Seger System – Lucifer;
Ray Mason – Heavenly Ladder;
Flesh Panthers – Last I Heard;
The Infidels – Summertime Sucks;
The Prophet Hens – I Might Not Be Right;
The Stoneage Hearts – First Kiss;
Honey – White City;
Scarcity Of Tanks – Over And Done;
Buldozer – Stari druze II.

Flashlite #368

Trixie WhitleyIn today’s episode we hear new music from Trixie Whitley and Thee Oh Sees. W-X is a new band for Tim Presley of White Fence. Luther Dickinson, from North Mississippi Allstars is back with a solo record. Gary Louris from Jayhawks and Django Haskins from Old Ceremony formed a new duet called Au Pair. We introduce Doug Tuttle of MMOSS. After a short break, we are back with Live in CLE segment of our show. This time we feature a new song from Low Cut Connie.

Randy Winburn – Sunshine USA;
Thee Oh Sees – Fortress;
W-X – Steer Clear;
The I Don’t Cares – Hands Together;
Trixie Whitley – Hourglass;
Luther Dickisnon – Jackson;
Dirtmusic – Panther Hunting;
Au Pair – In Every Window;
Doug Tuttle – It Calls On Me;
MMOSS – Hands;
Olivia Tremor Control – NYC 25;
The Gun Club – Lupta Screams;
Alex Chilton – Hey Little Girl;
Low Cut Connie – Hey Little Child;
Low Cut Connie – Susie;
Dr. Feelgood – Stupidity.

Flashlite #327

Robert PollardRobert 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 show in Cleveland. Thee Oh Sees are back with the new LP called Mutilator Defeated At Last. Rodney Crowell and Emmylou Harris have a new album together. They first worked together 40 round years ago, so it’s a nice anniversary. Fauntleroys is a supergroup consisting of Alejandro Escovedo, Ivan Julian (ex Voidods) and Linda Pitmon (ex Zsu Zsu’s Petals and Miracle 3). We finish with a tribute to Bobby Irwin, drummer in Nick Lowe’s band who passed away recently.

John Mayall – Don’t Kick Me;
Platinum Boys – Platinum Boys;
Ricked Wicky – Well Suited;
Robert Pollard – Cafe of Elimination;
Chook Race – (Just Can’t) Relax;
Home Blitz – Downtown;
Game Theory – Metal and Glass Exact;
Let’s Active – Make Up With Me;
Haustor – Duhovi;
Faux Ferocious – Beaumont;
Thee Oh Sees – Palace Doctor;
Faux Ferosious – Live in CLE;
Tav Falco – Bangkok;
Alex Chilton – Bangkok;
Muddy Waters – I’m Ready (Blues Alphabet);
Lucinda Williams – I Just Wanted To See You So Bad;
Rodney Crowell and Emmylou Harris – I Just Wanted to See You So Bad;
The Fauntleroys – I’m In Love With Everything;
Nick Lowe – Raging Eyes.

Flashlite #221

Miss ChainToday we present new albums by Howe Gelb of Giant Sand, which is one of his budget home recordings. Yet it sounds wonderfully intimate and we warmly recommend it. Thee Oh Sees experiment with some new styles for them on their new record store day release Moon Sick EP. New bands today are Miss Chain and The Broken Heels from Italy and Tijuana Panthers from California. I’m on a Mick Taylor kick, so we hear two of his amazing guitar solos today. Another great guitar legend who gets a spotlight in this show is Duane Allman. There’s a new 7CD set anthology dedicated to his work and career. And in the end, we are saying goodbye to one the greatest voices in music ever, George Jones who passed away last week at 81.

Michael Tarbox – When The Fire’s Out;
John Mayall – Vacation;
Miss Chain And The Broken Heels – The Dawn is Me;
Diemonds – We Gotta Get The Fuck Outta Here (Live in CLE);
Meat Puppets – Time and Money;
Tijuana Panthers – Tony’s Song;
Thee Oh Sees – Candy Clock;
Ethan Johns – Red Rooster Blue;
Faces – Debris;
Carla Olson and Mick Taylor – Winter;
Carla Olson – Keep Searchin’ (With Peter Case);
The Allman Joys – Shapes of Things;
Otis Rush – Me;
George Jones – Out Of Control;
George Jones & B.B. King – Patches;
Howe Gelb – Lost Love.