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22 January 2013

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Listen to REM’s ‘Losing My Religion’ Shifted Into a Major Scale

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This is very interesting. Someone took the original REM track Losing My Religion and shifted the chords to a major scale. It’s not a re-recording or a cover, and it doesn’t sound all auto-tuney. To take a very melancholy song and lighten it up a little is a great idea.   What other songs could […]

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22 January 2013

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Amber Ladd vs. Writing Off Tomorrow

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Yesterday we took a little break from Band vs Band to bring you New Music Monday, but now its back to business. Amber Ladd is looking to continue her incredible 8-day winning streak today at 5pm ET. It’s not going to be easy for any band to challenge Amber. She has 2 albums full of […]

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21 January 2013

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Reverend TJ McGlinchey

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Philadelphia folk/blues artist Reverend TJ McGlinchey is this week’s long overdue featured band. The best way to get an idea of TJ can be found on his Facebook page:   Question: What do you call a man who grew up with a folk and bluegrass musician for a father, played punk rock in high school, […]

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21 January 2013

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New Music Monday Today at 5pm ET

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Today on Gashouse Live we’re introducing a new segment of the show called New Music Monday.   We get so many submissions everyday from bands across the world. We like to ensure that we give each band a fair amount of exposure and attention. Because of this, our inbox starts to become overrun with submissions. […]

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19 January 2013

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How I Became Invisible Album Out Now!

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A trip through the solar system, an anthropomorphication of celestial bodies, an emotional journey through a year lost in the wilderness, and a pop-rock concept album, How I Became Invisible’s first full-length, Planetary, is certainly an ear-catching debut LP. Crowdfunded through Kickstarter and recorded in a local studio, Planetary is the brainchild of Nicholas Reed, taking what he’s […]

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19 January 2013

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This Week On Gashouse

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As you know, Gashouse Live is every single weekday from 5-7pm ET. On the show we discuss everything entertainment, mostly focused on the music industry. We also bring you brand new music everyday, and our segment Band vs Band allows us to heavily promote 2 new bands everyday. Not to mention we give away free […]

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18 January 2013

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The King of Arcades This Tuesday, 8pm ET

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January 22nd brings R2HT Episode 4 with very special in-studio guests Sean Tiedeman and Richie Knucklez talking up the upcoming documentary The King of Arcades. Richie Knucklez’ arcade, appropriately titled The Richie Knucklez Arcade, is one of the biggest arcade phenomenons in the world. Now it is the focus of the highly anticipated documentary The King of Arcades. Along […]

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18 January 2013

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Amber Ladd vs. Wooden HEZ

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Amber Ladd has now won 7 straight battles on Gashouse Live’s Band vs Band. She’s now lasted longer than 90% of the bands we’ve met in the past year. Find Amber on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Bandcamp and find out more about this Boston, MA artist. In addition to Gashouse Live, you can also hear Amber […]

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17 January 2013

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Create Free Ringtones for Your Band with Audiko.

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Bands, do you offer your fans ringtones of your songs? If you could create free ringtones then why wouldn’t you, right? A ringtone is great exposure for your band. Every time that fan’s phone rings, it’s another chance to pick up a new fan.   That may seem like a difficult task at first glance, but Audiko […]

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16 January 2013

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Deltron 3030 Returns With New Song

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Fans of a certain bygone strain of underground rap will be pleased to learn that Deltron 3030— the trio consisting of West Coast weirdo Del the Funky Homosapien, DJ Kid Koala, and producer Dan the Automator— are back after years of inactivity. They’ll release Event II, the followup to their 2000 debut, sometime in 2013. The album […]

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