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
08/01/14 The Good Excuses, Paige Allbritton, Murphee Doyle, The Strange Heat, Lost Romance Philadelphia, PA Dockside Bar at Dave & Buster’s
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 325 N. Columbus Blvd..
08/01/14 Liberty Vintage Motorcycle 1st Friday Philadelphia, PA Liberty Vintage Motorcycles
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 2212 Sepviva St.
08/01/14 Reckless Dodgers RELENTLESS Album Release Party Philadelphia, PA Connie’s Ric Rac
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: $10. Age restrictions: No Minors. Address: 1132 S 9th St. Venue phone: (215) 279-7587. Special guests: Glim Dropper, Starving the Tsunami and Midnight Bottle Club!
08/02/14 Blood on The Water: Charetta, Flesh Engine (Return Show), Pravda, Ketosis, Ratfarm Philadelphia, PA Dockside Bar at Dave & Buster’s
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 325 N. Columbus Blvd..
08/04/14 Moonlight Jazz w/ The Mystic Ticket Philadelphia, PA Connie’s Ric Rac
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: No Minors. Address: 1132 S 9th St. Venue phone: (215) 279-7587.
08/05/14 First Tuesdays…With The Beatles! Philadelphia, PA Connie’s Ric Rac
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: No Minors. Address: 1132 S 9th St. Venue phone: (215) 279-7587. hosted by Andrew Napoli and feat the Ric Rac Allstars More information
08/05/14 Open Mic hosted by Tess Emma Philadelphia, PA Finnigan’s Wake
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: 21+. Address: 537 North 3rd Street.
08/06/14 Open Mic Night Philadelphia, PA Connie’s Ric Rac
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: No Minors. Address: 1132 S 9th St. Venue phone: (215) 279-7587.
08/07/14 Late Night Karaoke w/ Taylor Philadelphia, PA Connie’s Ric Rac
Time: 11:00pm. Age restrictions: No Minors. Address: 1132 S 9th St. Venue phone: (215) 279-7587.
08/08/14 Kings and Comrades (Single Release), Native Maze, Reef’d Suburban Sensi Philadelphia, PA Dockside Bar at Dave & Buster’s
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: $10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 325 N. Columbus Blvd..

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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.

The Top 10 Countdown of May, 2014

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Everyday at 5am and 5pm ET we air The Top 10 Countdown. These are the 10 highest voted songs of the past 4 days.

 

You see, every listener has the ability to vote on every song they hear on Gashouse Radio. Your votes determine how often a song is played in rotation. These votes are tallied, and the highest voted songs make it to the Top 10 Countdown.

 

At the end of every month, we tally up all the votes of the month and post the highest voted songs. Here is the Top 10 Countdown of May, 2014:

 

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Neat Meat’s debut album “THICK” now available on iTunes and Spotify!

1. On That Note Still Waiting – Neat Meat

2. For the Feral Few – Even Man Out

3. The Soul – Wine & Spirit

4. Hollywood – The Jawn

5. Shade of Grey – Core Critical

6. The Songs I’ll Never Write – Rachel Schain

7. Blind – Rodger Delany

8. High Definition Hypnotism – East of the West

9. Ten Cigarettes – Undergun

10. Guess You Feel it – Marc Platt

 

Your opinion counts! Please use our thumbs up/down buttons while you listen to Gashouse Radio. You could determine whether or not a band makes it into our Top 10 Countdown!

New Music This Week

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Every week we debut a handful of new bands that have submitted their music to Gashouse Radio. These bands are part of our segment The Radar. Their songs are played in the 9am ET hour, the 2pm hour and then again on our show Gashouse Live at 6pm.

 

Whenever you hear a song on Gashouse Radio (whether its during The Radar or not) you can use our thumbs up/down buttons to let us know what you think about each track. These votes will determine ho often these songs are heard in regular rotation throughout the day. Enough positive votes could get a song in our Top 10 Countdown (airing everyday t 5am and 5pm ET).

 

Here are the bands debuting this week:

 

 

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Check out WHY’s new album “The Leap” available on CDBaby and iTunes.

WHY: Canadian Alternative Rock Band. Combining influences of European art-rock and fashionable FM radio hooks, WHY’s music sends messages of hope, creation, love and loss. WHY where just invited by Bono’s organization ONE, to film a performance of a iconic Protest Song to be part of Bono’s brainchild Agit8 for the G8 to draw attention to extreme poverty. WHY have just released their 5th Album “The Leap” which is available on iTunes and CDBaby.

 

2 a.m. Orchestra: The latest incarnation of the band emerged mid-2013 with the release of “Working To Divide,” the third full-length studio album which showcases the same characteristic ornate arrangements, but with new explosive rock textures. The band will continue their various characteristic transformations doing both acoustic and rock shows in support the latest album, continuing their theme of rearranging songs and sounds, evolving and recreating, ensuring the audience has a new experience at each and every show.

 

Sunny GangNewark-based punk/rap group Sunny Gang is proud to present a new single and music video, “1:35″ off their upcoming EP. After an appearance at AfroPunkFest 2013 that garnered attention from outlets like Rolling Stone and Brooklyn Vegan, The Gang has had a successful run of shows across the NY/NJ area. Inspired by recent acts of youthful rebellion across the Middle East and Europe, Sunny Gang’s aggressive new release is ready to take the public’s attention hostage and give the finger to authority.

 

Ships Have Sailed: Like a boat at sea, there are infinite directions our lives can take and every choice we make effects the trajectory of the course we’re on. Ships Have Sailed is an independent, Los Angeles based artist whose stunning debut E.P., Someday, reflects the theme of how a simple turn can change the outcome of our entire future.

 

Eliquate: Packing an arsenal of rhymes that range from satirical social commentary and inner-soul searching to all-out, shake-your-ass-‘til-the floor-is-wet jams, Eliquate’s music has been charging parties up and down the West Coast since 2009. In that time span, they’ve graced the stage with underground royalty such as Murs, Del the Funky Homosapien, Zion-I and RJD2, just to name a few. 

 

ANIMATO: Los Angeles band ANIMATO is a high-energy, electro dance machine. The band formed in late 2012 in the wake of the breakup of previous LA bands “Ashbury” and “The Tender Box,” who’s various members decided to join forces, as well as bring on 2 new recruits. The result of this collaboration is a new project that encompasses a myriad of influences infused with 80s Electro and Britpop bands such as Depeche Mode, Kasabian, Daft Punk, Cut Copy, Friendly Fires, etc.

 

Radio Drive: Kevin Gullickson’s decision to keep the cool moniker of his newly disbanded group Radio Drive when he launched his solo career in 2009 proved to be prophetic. Forging an uplifting, sonically eclectic vibe best described as “motivational rock,” the prolific singer/songwriter’s first three releases—Dream The Impossible (2009), Life Today (2010) and I Can See The World From Here—received impressive reviews around the globe and extensive airplay on online, college and indie stations in the U.S., Canada and Europe. Life Today also hit the Top 40 charts on CJSW Radio in Calgary, Canada. Expanding his rich palette of sounds even further, Gullickson’s latest Radio Drive project finds the multi-talented artist firmly declaring that This Is Our Time.

 

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So tune in all this week to hear these bands on The Radar! Do not miss Gashouse Live, weekdays 6pm ET for new music, interviews, live performances, giveaways and much more.

New Music This Week

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Each week we debut some of the latest submissions from independent artists as art of our segment The Radar. We receive hundreds of submissions each week, and we want to make sure everyone gets a listen. So each week we debut 8-10 bands. They are played all week long as part of The Radar.

 

There are 3 rounds of The Radar every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Round 1 is at 9am ET, round 2 is at 2pm ET and the third round is during Gashouse Live at 6pm ET. Each round is filled with new music from the bands on The Radar. So let’s take a look at the new music this week:

 

Deborah CrooksCalifornia songwriter Deborah Crooks‘ lyric driven and soul-wise music draws on folk, rock, Americana and the blues.  Often compared to Lucinda Williams and The Cowboy Junkies, she’s recorded three full-length CDs of original music, toured the North and Southwest, was named to Music Connection magazine’s 2012′s HOT 100 Live Unsigned Artists & Bands and was a recent finalist in both the 2014 EcoArts Awards and Earth Day Marin/West Coast Songwriters Song Contest.  Her latest Cd “Little Bird,” produced by Art Khu, was released in late 2013. 

 

Foreign Skies: Foreign Skies are a three piece post-rock band from Glasgow. They have recently just released their debut EP This Human Error and we will be playing it in rotation all week.

 

Kiven: While their musical influences have undoubtedly come from a wide array of musical and artistic spectrums, this quartet ultimately blends together to create the band’s unique and personal sound. Kiven’s music is a culmination of musicianship, individuality and represents the balance of passion verses the necessities of modern life.

 

The Hawkeyes: REVERBNATION PICK The Hawkeyes of Pittsburgh, PA play a raw and driving brand of rock ’n roll that is as much about honesty as it is attitude. The Hawkeyes will be in town playing Connie’s Ric Rac on June 6th, and I believe they might stop by the studio as well.

 

1311196461 ChairPhoto New Music This WeekLost In Company: REVERBNATION PICK Lost in Company is comprised of five individuals from a variety of different musical backgrounds. Like puzzle peices, these five artists come together and create something that is unexpected, exuding a feeling of soul that is not only real but tangible.

 

The Diabolical MachinesThe Diabolical Machines area a four-piece power pop band from Fort Worth, Texas. Combining lit-rock songwriting with retro-tinged musicality, they create a high-energy blend of sounds and instrumentation.

 

Lazy LeeLazy Lee is a Canadian electro/pop/funk band born in Montreal in 2010. With members coming from different musical backgrounds including jazz, rock, pop, funk, R&B, gospel and electronic music the blend that emerged from this collaboration is a unique sonic signature that define their style and outline their strength. The band released their first album ELECTROMAGNETIC CIRCUS on September 10th 2013.

 

So tune in to The Radar every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 9am, 2pm, and during Gashouse Live at 6pm ET. Let us know what you think of the new music this week by using our thumbs up/down buttons during each song.  Also on Gashouse Live we have a ton of live performances, in-studio guests, discussions and giveaways. Join us!