The Top 10 Songs of September, 2014

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Your opinion matters on Gashouse Radio! We want to know what our listeners think of the songs we play on air. So we have these thumbs up/down buttons that you can use to share your opinion on each track. If a song gets a lot of thumbs down, we pull it from rotation. If a song gets enough thumbs up, it could end up in our Top 10 Countdown, which airs every day at 5am and 5pm.

 

The Top 10 Countdown tallies the votes from the past 4 days to give you an idea of the current most popular songs on Gashouse. Then, at the end of each month, we tally the votes from the entire month and post them here.

 

These are the top 10 songs of September, 2014:

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1. Serenity Now – Andrew Mark Schaffer
2. Heavy – Jay Regan
3. Backed Against the Wall – Dead:Stop
4. My Kind Of Barbecue – Skinny Cool Kid
5. Her Name – Overcoming Gravity
6. Co-Pilot – Magnificent Birds of Prey
7. No Silence In The City (single) – Cold Roses
8. From the Other Side – The Defused
9. Man of the Times (radio edit) – In the Presence of Wolves
10. Smoke in the Wind – Nick Cianci

Winchester Revival release Eyes in the Canopy

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wr8 300x199 Winchester Revival release Eyes in the Canopy

BANDCAMP: http://winchesterrevival.bandcamp.com/

This band from East Bay, California is composed of four members: Kirk Snedeker : drums; Ron Cruz : bass; David Rosenheim : vocals; Matt Glick : electronics; Andrew Lund : guitar, backing vocals

 

Right from the start this unique band stands out from other artists in a good way within this overly saturated market. Their answer to mundane music is to deliver something unique, and powerful full of light hearted tales of fun and intellectual Rush-type lyrics and wisdom. In this overly saturated market with a plethora of Do it Yourself artists coming out of the woodwork, armed with nothing more than a PC, Microphone, a guitar and a crappy sounding CD – it’s nice to know there are a few artists out there that can still deliver music that will make your jaw hit the floor while inspiring you to start a riot at the same time. These new artists I speak of manage push their music out to the world and much of it is, do I dare say substandard in nature. So enter a hot band like Winchester Revival who just released their much anticipated “Eyes in the Canopy“ EP in 2014. So what do artists like Rush, 311, Hoobastank, Chevelle, and Queens of the Stone Age have that Winchester Revival don’t? Not much if you ask me save the multi million dollars promotional machines and major record label support. These guys are a good band break the mold with their classic neo-alternative rock sound and amazing movements that will mesmerize both the novice and advanced listeners alike.

 

This CD is shall I say off the hook good with entertaining songwriting that  has deep seeded 80’s rock roots but also possesses elements of Progressive Alternative Rock. Many of these tracks “Chemical Yellow” and Matterhorn” and the breathtaking closer ”Submarine Bell” delivers a smooth rock feel to them while “Wonderland” get my pick for best track on the catalog. The playing skills of this band are all over the map but manage to never cross into “freak show” territory. But getting back to this band – they are a premier talent that makes this whole experience special. Vocals from Rosenheim are intoxicating and the music is like a drug, and with the arsenal of experiences these five gently takes you by the hand and leads you down an impassioned 5 track journey called “Eyes in the Canopy.”

Right now after hearing the music of Winchester Revival I must say they are the quintessential Intellectual Alternative Rock band the world needs right now. If I had to compare them to one band it would be Perfect Circle and Rush because in the end these guys are probably a bunch of cool, intellectual nerds from the Oakland area that decided to form a good rock band, never looking back. I don’t say stuff like that often, and they are at the top of their game with this amazing crystal-clear sound and vibe.

 

All in all “Eyes in the Canopy” is a great musical advent. Apparently there are still a few bands out there believe in playing and writing music the way it is meant to be played – without airing their dirty laundry in the process.

 

Gerry Schoonover

 

Sonnder CD Release Party August 23rd!

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Our friends Sonnder have a brand new album coming out this month! To celebrate the release, they are playing a show at Dockside Bar on August 23rd. This is a Gravity Given / Forward production, and they’ve put together an awesome lineup.

 

8 23 Sonnder CD Release Party August 23rd!

 

 

Everyone in attendance will receive a digital copy of the new Sonnder album, so come join us for an awesome night of music! Also onthe bill are An Honest Year, Rivers Monroe, Awaking Mercury, Could’ve Been Kings, and Awake At Last. Tickets are $10, and this is an ALL-AGES event! Doors open at 6pm so get there early, you don’ want to miss any of these performances!

This week on Gashouse Radio

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We’ve got yet another action packed week on Gashouse Radio, and I want to make sure you don’t miss anything. First of all you can start off every morning with our Acoustic Hour at 9am ET. Then throughout the day we play a track fro one of our latest submissions on The Radar.  Now let’s breakdown the rest of the week (all times are Eastern):

 

Monday

12pm Full Album: Flaming Lips – Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots

5pm Top 10 Countdown

6pm on Gashouse Live – We have a special Thirsty Records showcase. Ted is coming in from the label to sample all the artists on the label and let us know what’s coming up next from Thirsty Records.

10pm A Case of the Metals returns live with your host Thomas Botchulism!

 

Tuesday

12pm Full Album: Talking Heads – ’77

5pm Top 10 Countdown

6pm on Gashouse Live – The Butter Guns will be in studio for an interview and acoustic performance. Plus, Jennifer Hillier is stopping by to fill us in on some of the upcoming Fallen Angel Bookings!

10pm Song is King – music geek ramblings for the thinking man. We are so happy to have this show back on our airwaves!

 

Wednesday

12pm Full Album: Rage Against the Machine – Evil Empire

5pm Top 10 Countdown

6pm THAT Mag Radio takes over Gashouse Live. Every Wednesday join Brian, Jodie and Dan for independent music updates, interviews, etc.

8pm That’s How We Roll with your hosts BC, DC and Jessica. You never know what direction this show is going to take, but it is always entertaining.

10pm Jersey Jim Makes A Scene! While there is a heavy focus on pop punk, Jim covers a large gamete of the independent music world.

 

Thursday

12pm Full Album: Even Man Out – O Friends, Not These Sounds (check out Even Man Out at Shady Katie’s this night as well!)

5pm Top 10 Countdown

6pm on Gashouse Live: Raftree will be in studio for an interview and acoustic performance.

9pm The Cover Hour (an hours worth of bands’ cover songs)

 

Friday

12pm Full Album: The Good Excuses – 30 Minutes or Less (The Good Excuses are playing Dockside Friday night)

5pm Top 10 Countdown

6pm on Gashouse Live: A preview of all the events happening this weekend. Join us in the chat room and let us know about your event as well!

 

Saturday 12pm Full Album: Queen – Hot Space

Sunday 12pm Full Album: Jay Regan – Dreams & Nightmares

 

Sunday nights don’t miss The Launch Pad at 8pm and Rock on Radio with your host Danny Coleman at 10pm! Rock On Radio includes interviews and in-studio performances as well. It’s a great way to wrap up your weekend.

 

And finally, here’s a look at some of the live events this week that we’ll be discussing on Gashouse Live

Date Artist City Venue
11/26/14 RonBomb Philly Music Scene Happy Hour Philadelphia, PA Connie’s Ric Rac
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: 21+. Address: 1132 S 9th St. Venue phone: (215) 279-7587.
11/26/14 Open Mic Night Philadelphia, PA Connie’s Ric Rac
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: 21+. Address: 1132 S 9th St. Venue phone: (215) 279-7587.
11/26/14 Thanksgiving Eve – Saul Dratman’s Annual Birthday Show – w/ Overcoming Gravity, Placid Admiral (Members of Jealousy Curve), Joey DiTullio, Minshara, Curtis Jr! Philadelphia, PA The Legendary Dobbs
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: 21+. Address: 304 South St. Venue phone: (215) 501-7288.
11/28/14 The Blackhawks Philadelphia, PA Connie’s Ric Rac
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: 21+. Address: 1132 S 9th St. Venue phone: (215) 279-7587.
11/29/14 In the Presence of Wolves CD Release Show! Philadelphia, PA North Star Bar
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: 21+. Address: 2639 Poplar St. Read more...
11/29/14 The Royal Noise, Flux Capacitor, The Funky T Philadelphia, PA Connie’s Ric Rac
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: 21+. Address: 1132 S 9th St. Venue phone: (215) 279-7587.
12/01/14 Moonlight Jazz w/ The Mystic Ticket Philadelphia, PA Connie’s Ric Rac
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: 21+. Address: 1132 S 9th St. Venue phone: (215) 279-7587.
12/02/14 First Tuesdays…With The Beatles! Philadelphia, PA Connie’s Ric Rac
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: No Minors. Address: 1132 S 9th St. Venue phone: (215) 279-7587.
12/03/14 Open Mic Night Philadelphia, PA Connie’s Ric Rac
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: 21+. Address: 1132 S 9th St. Venue phone: (215) 279-7587.
12/04/14 Sucker Philadelphia, PA Gashouse Radio Studios
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Online Only. Buy Tickets

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New Music This Week

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Every week on Gashouse Radio we present some of the latest submissions. These are brand new bands to the station, and we’d like to know what you think of each of them. Simply tune in to The Radar every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. We play a round at 9am ET, 2pm and during our show Gashouse Live at 6pm.

When you hear a song you like (and that goes for anytime day/night on Gashouse) share your opinion using the thumbs up/down buttons. They are located on the left hand side under the album artwork. They’re also located above the chat room, and on the Gashouse Radio Android/iPhone apps. These votes determine how often the songs are played in rotation after their week on The Radar. Enough votes could also earn them a spot in our Top 10 Countdown (which airs everyday at 5am and 5pm ET).

Here are the bands providing new music this week on The Radar:

1335410996 Today the Moon  Tomorrow the Sun close 1 New Music This WeekToday the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun: A band of four: two girls, two boys. Noisy, dancy, loud, sincere, sweaty, loveable, hardworking.

Tim Wheatley & Crooked Saint: Since establishing ‘Crooked Saint’, Australian singer/songwriter Tim Wheatley has been hard at it. The last two years have seen him release two independent ‘Alt/Country’ EP’s and two singles, all to critical acclaim, amidst touring the country three times over. In which time ‘Tim Wheatley & Crooked Saint’ has managed to straddle both independent and mainstream radio within Australia with the help of ARIA award winning producer, Paul Mckercher.

Monks of MellonwahThe Monks of Mellonwah are a band from Sydney, Australia whose music displays a masterful and unique blend of intense space, driving riffs and sharp metaphors. Check them out at the Chameleon Club in Lancaster, PA this Friday, June 20th.

Linda Draper: While growing up in a musical household with parents and siblings who are all musicians (father Frederick is a classical guitar virtuoso who studied with Andres Segovia), Brooklyn based lyric slinger/folk-singer Linda Draper listened to everything from Bach to “Bop” from an early age, soon moving on to the church choir and then to writing her own songs on the guitar as a teenager.

MODA: We are a new rock band from Russia! From the city of St. Petreburg , We international team! Drums – Ron Krasinski (Memphis, USA), Bass – Dave Smith (Memphis , USA) , Guitar – Vasiliy Vavilov (Russia) , Guitar – Petr Bodrov (Russia) , Vocal – Vladimir Ranevskiy.

Camp 4 Deranged Kidz: Now for a band that has no sense of musical boundaries, restrictions, or sanity. “The Camp 4 Deranged Kidz” Join the camp.

The Better Half: The Better Half are a straight-ahead rock ‘n’ roll band from Philadelphia. With a melody-driven hard rock sound, The Better Half are classic rock and modern alternative all at the same time. While the band is known for it’s high-octane live shows, they are famous for their soft side as well, often playing intimate acoustic shows in smaller venues around the area. The band has shared stages with the likes of Fuel, Halestorm, Cavo, ZO2, Black Stone Cherry, Adelitas Way, Sebastian Bach (ex-Skid Row), Saves The Day, and more.

Against The Clocks: We are 4 piece Indie Rock band from the Indianapolis area. We have two EPs for download on www.againsttheclocks.bandcamp.com. We play with Wine & Spirit and The Hawkeyes around the Pittsburg area so look for us.

Taking October: Hard Rock from Philadelphia, Pa. Our E.P. called The Fire and the Fall coming soon.

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