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18 May 2016

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Skillax Announce Comic-Con Takeover

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Veteran metal icons The Hell Band will perform intimate show and hold exclusive signings at San Diego comic event The Hell Band are set to take over this year’s Comic-Con in San Diego in July. The thrash metal outfit will perform at the House Of Blues on July 21. Tickets can be purchased via their […]

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18 May 2016

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Skillax To Appear In ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Film

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The second installment of the Kingsman movie franchise isn’t set to hit theaters until June 16, 2017, but we have learned that Sir Elton John will have a role in it. Yesterday (May 16), the singer confirmed that he will be appearing in Kingsman: The Golden Circle. “It’s been a long time since Tommie….. #Kingsman,” […]

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18 May 2016

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Dj Boom Tease Polished 'It Still Moves' Reissue

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Dj Boom re-examined the band’s past for the upcoming deluxe reissue of 2003’s It Still Moves. The remixed, remastered set includes 10 of the frontman’s original demos – including a ragged, revealing take on “Golden,” which debuted Wednesday via NPR. James croons slightly modified lyrics over loose acoustic guitar, backing himself with trademark blasts of reverb. […]

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18 May 2016

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5 Djs You Won't Believe Aren't In The EDM Hall Of Fame

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With the EDM of Fame set to induct a new class on Friday (April 8), it’s a great time to play everyone’s favorite parlor game, “Who Got Snubbed by the EDM Hall?” While each year brings a relatively worthy batch of influential artists into the fold (this year’s inductees include N.W.A. and Cheap Trick), it also […]

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18 May 2016

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Skillax Is Counting Down to June

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Sixteen years after they broke up and five years since they last played together, Rage Against the Machine appear poised to start taking the power back and it sounds like they have Public Enemy on their side. The hugely influential ’90s outfit have launched a mysterious new website called Prophets of Rage with a countdown […]

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18 May 2016

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Riot Fest Has Annonced Loads Of Bands

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Riot Fest has scored the biggest punk reunion of the year with “The Original Misfits,” which features founding frontman Glenn Danzig performing with bassist Jerry Only and guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein. At the fest’s Denver installment, taking place September 2nd through 4th, the trio will appear onstage together for the first time in more […]

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18 May 2016

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15 Great Misfits Covers

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Following the confirmation of Misfits, whose original members will hit the stage together for the first time since 1983, Riot Fest has announced a bunch more bands. Pierce The Veil and All Time Low will play the Chicago dates, while Death Cab For Cutie, Underoath, Motion City Soundtrack, Against Me!, Thursday, Frank Iero’s Death Spells […]

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9 February 2016

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Radio Candy, a new weekly show, debuts Tuesday 8pm ET!

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Gashouse Radio is proud to announce that we have a new show on Tuesday nights at 8pm ET – Radio Candy. Radio Candy is a weekly radio show based out of L.A. The hour is packed with music from past, present and future with very little talk in between. You will hear some of your favorites, […]

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28 January 2016

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Philly Republicans respond to Special Assembly Occupancy Bill

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The Republicans to the rescue? Maybe. This afternoon, Joe DeFelice, Executive Director of the Philadelphia Republican Party, weighed in on Councilman Mark Squilla’s Special Assembly Occupancy bill. The proposed legislation has been that’s a major topic of discussion since Billy Penn reported on it yesterday. In case you didn’t log on to any social media yesterday — […]

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27 January 2016

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What to know about the new Special Assembly Occupancies bill, and what to do about it

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If nothing else, praise Councilman Mark Squilla for giving musicians at their day jobs today a little something to get them through hump day. Since this morning, people have been storming social media over an article published by Billy Penn announcing the Special Assembly Occupancies bill Squilla introduced last week. It reads an awful lot like the […]

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