Yes it is Monday, but it doesn’t have to suck all the way through. Join us tonight at 6pm ET for a break from the mundane. We‘ve got new music to debut, an amazing weekend to recap, and a whole list of events happening this weekend that you need to know about.
Here’s a look at tonight’s music debuting on Gashouse Live, as part of our new segment The Radar:
Ninth Floor Mannequin:This is the debut solo release from Jarrod Pedone, original drummer of Among Criminals and current drummer of the Philly band, The End of America. Jarrod wrote/performed/recorded/mixed/mastered the EP while recovering from a fun little traumatic brain injury fueled coma. He’s all good now, so touring and new music are in the works.
Revolution, I Love You: this indie rock duo has a very unique sound and stage performance. On stage, they face each other across two laptop and cable-strewn tables, both of them constantly shifting from vocals to guitar to keyboards to loopstations as the music rises out of electric fuzz and hypnotic loops. We saw them at Liberty Music Fest this past year and I cant believe its taken this long to get them on the station. Really cool band.
The Marvelous Beauhunks: Already in regular rotation, this Canadian alt-rock band have a new single out that we will be debuting tonight on Gashouse Live. You can grab the new song from their Reverbnation page. Check out wardourmedia.com for more information on The Marvelous Beauhunks.
Accidents: Another band that has been in rotation already. sine we last heard from this punk band out of Virginia, they released a new EP. Tune in tonight to hear some of the new album, and check out the new video for their track There’s Always Money in the Banana Stand on their YouTube page.
Chroma Drama: Our project started in December 2010 as a will to mix music with drama, taking inspiration from Surrealism. We believe in the idea that a live show is not just about playing our songs, but they must have always a theatrical approach.
Reckless In Vegas: This power trio feature edgy, modern yet heartfelt renditions of songs by 1960’s Las Vegas golden era acts such as Sinatra, Dean Martin, Elvis, Sonny & Cher, Frankie Valli, Neil Diamond, Johnny Cash, Bobby Darin, and more. Think The Rat Pack meets Green Day.
Skinny Cool Kid: Now on his third straight week on The Radar, SCK are looking to be the first band to pull off 15 straight appearances on The Radar. Today will be #9 for this West Chester, singer songwriter. Tune in tonight if you haven’t already heard why our listeners keep voting SCK back.
There is a ton to discuss on tonight’s show, so don’t miss it. Vote on tonight’s music using the thumbs up/down buttons on our player page to help determine whether the bands listed above move into regular rotation. And please, join the chat room and be a part of the discussions that take place on the show!