Even though mother nature has thwarted our Tuesday night open jam once again, the show must go on. So tonight at 6pm ET it is the snow day show on Gashouse Live.
Most likely I will be hosting by myself, unless anyone decides to trek through weather and join me. No matter, we have plenty of music to debut, prizes to giveaway, and news to discuss on this snow day show. Here’s a look at today’s new music:
A Hundred Years: Typical of the self-deprecating, twisted and dark humor that Edmonton based power trio A Hundred Years brings to its blistering, percussive psychedelic badlands rock vibe, frontman/guitarist Jeremiah Simmons has no trouble referring to himself and his cohorts Kris Blatkewicz (drums) and Zach Baumann (bass) as “creepy dirtbags.”
Ninth Floor Mannequin: Returning from yesterdays show, this is the solo debut of Jarod Pedone. Jarod has been involved in other bands such as Among Criminals and The End of America. Grab this 5-song EP on his Bandcamp page.
Paul Sammons: Paul Sammons is a Colorado singer/songwriter . His new E.P. “A Lifetime Ago” is a fusion of folk/rock and his southern roots. You can find his music online and on iTunes!
Marc Platt: Marc Platt is a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter. His “Brand New Day” CD is getting a lot of airplay and good reviews. This is a contemporary Folk Rock CD.
Skinny Cool Kid: Now hitting double-digits on The Radar!! This West Chester singer/songwriter has now made an appearance every single day on our new segment The Radar. If he can stay on top of the voting today, he will only have 5 more appearances before SCK becomes a retired champion. Already you can find him in heavy rotation, and he is still a part of our op 10 Countdown (everyday at 5am and 5pm ET).
Brethren: Brethren is an alternative roots rock band from Lancaster, PA. Made up of brothers, Asher and Dylan Johnson, Alex Flattery on bass, Andrew Kirwin on guitar and Ian Staley on drums.
If that weren’t enough, we will also be sampling the new Glim Dropper album! Their first album, Last Days of Analog, was incredible. We’ve been looking forward to this follow-up for quite some time. Tune in and let us know what you think. You can grab it fright now from their Bandcamp page as well.
So join us (probably just me) for the snow day show! Grab a drink and try out some non-television entertainment. Join our chat room if you feel the need to participate in our discussions. You could win some free tees and albums in our daily contests. More importantly, you could discover new music from some of the great independent artists!