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Top 10 Songs of November

Written by on 11 December 2015

Gashouse Radio is all about discovering new, independent music. More importantly, we like finding great independent music which is obviously subjective. So we ask our listeners to help us pick the best of the new music using the thumbs up/down buttons on our now-playing page. As a listener you can “vote” on every song you […]

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Another MilkBoy Coming To South Street?

Written by on 10 December 2015

Developing Story: We just received a report from a trusted source that Tommy Joyner and Bill Hanson, the owners of Philly music venue MilkBoy will be opening another location on South Street, in what was formerly Lickety Split (and then 2nd State Lounge for a short period after a less-than-helpful Bar Rescue episode), on the corner of 4th & [...]

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Featured Band of the Week: E. Joseph

Written by on 1 December 2015

December 1, 2015 Performing as both solo artist and frontman, Philly favorite E. Joseph is this week’s featured. Although generally known for his work as a singer/songwriter, E. Joseph has played major roles in bands such as Stellarscope and Wooden Hez; as well as leading E. Joseph & The Phantom Heart and, more recently, E. […]

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Featured Band of the Week: The Good Mess

Written by on 24 November 2015

November 23, 2015 Drawn together by a love for the 90’s Grunge scene, Philly-based band The Good Mess was formed by Tim Mellor, Mario LaForgia, Mike Skierski and Josh Rovinsky in mid-2014 Although The Good Mess bare a resemblance in artist’s such as Nirvana, Stone Temple Pilots, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Bush, this four-piece’s soulful […]

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Featured Band of the Week: Red Sammy

Written by on 17 November 2015

November 17, 2015 Taken into account the admiration for inspirational writers and poets (W.C. Williams, Ernst Hemingway, Charles Bukowski), Red Sammy is a true Americana singer-songwriter. Baltimore born Adam Trice began performing/recording as Red Sammy in early 2007. Trice’s love for literature is not only evident in his lyrics, but in the name of his […]

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Philadelphia Music Scene Survey Results

Written by on 17 November 2015

A few weeks back, a handful of musicians, media, venue owners, and promoters got together for a discussion about the Philadelphia independent music scene. It was a very enlightening discussion, and it raised a few ideas and concerns about the scene. Opinions regarding appropriate door cover charges, fair payment for performers, and general ideas on how to […]

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The Top 10 Songs of October, 2015

Written by on 17 November 2015

If you are listening to Gashouse Radio and you hear a song that you really like, please click the thumbs up button on the player to let us know! We keep track of all of your favorites, and that helps us determine how often we play a song in regular rotation.   Those votes also help […]

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DVT Entertainment Joins The Grape Room

Written by on 13 November 2015

Press Release: 11/13/15 DVT Entertainment is proud to announce that as of January 02, 2016 we will begin a booking partnership with The Grape Room in Manayunk & will host a Special FREE Kick Off party Jan 2nd. All booking requests: dvtevents@gmail.com. In addition to our current schedule at Bull Shooters Saloon, DVT is beyond […]

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Featured Band of the Week: Phantasm

Written by on 9 November 2015

November 9, 2015 From a small town in upstate New York, Phantasm moved to Philadelphia in 2007 to kick-start their music career playing at old favorites like Grape Street, North Star Bar, and Doc Watsons. With influences including Rage Against the Machine, Primus, The Mars Volta, King Crimson, and The Flaming Lips; Phantasm displays a […]

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Tell Us What You Think of the Philly Music Scene

Written by on 8 November 2015

A lot of big changes happening in the Philly music scene! After a few venue closings, many people close to the scene had a lot to say about the current state of Philadelphia music. Why are the venues closing? What are some of the problems within this community? What can we do to improve the […]

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