Kid Felix in studio, and whole lot more tonight, 6pm ET
The last time we spoke to Kid Felix they played one of our Victorian shows, back in January of 2012. Since then the band has grown quite a bit and played some major shows along the way. In March they toured the northeast in support of their new EP Rivals. According to their Reverbnation page, the band is continuing that momentum straight through spring.
We’ll be seeing quite a bit of Kid Felix in the coming months. This Saturday they’ve got a big show at Ardmore Music Hall. On May 3rd they will be at the South St Spring Festival, and in July we’ll be seeing them at Jam at the Dam. Tune in tonight to hear more about the upcoming Kid Felix shows, as well as an acoustic set.
In addition to Kid Felix, we also have a ticket giveaway to announce, updates on the IndieGogo Campaign, and a handful of new music to debut on our segment The Radar. Here are the bands currently on The Radar:
Shinobi Ninja: This Brooklyn Band has been a part of Gashouse Radio since the beginning. They are an amazing band, and they just released a new single. The track, Amped to 12, will be featured in the new Marlon Wayan’s movie Haunted House 2!! Check it out tonight on Gashouse Live.
Undergun: This Philadelphia band has already spent some time on The Radar, but our listeners continue to vote them up. So much so in fact that their song Ten Cigarettes has been at the top of the Top 10 Countdown for almost 2 weeks. Tune in to see if Undergun can continue their reign on The Radar.
Veins to Wires: Introducing::Veins to Wires!–A musical duo that recently released their first album VOID. Now living on the front lines in Sacramento, CA, they hope to shine some Sun on their Music and fight for human&environmental rights! They play what they call:Cyber/Organic-Soul/Core~with Soul at it’s Core, and Veins to it’s Wires…….
iScat: iScat was recently debuted on Gashouse Radio, and they already have This is a new song called Polaris which was made between us in UK & our good friends Mad Andersons from Seattle
A Victim of Good Times: A Victim Of Good Times have been playing in the Philadelphia-area music scene for two years now, creating live show mirages of bumper Nash skateboards, knee scrapes and the backseat of your parents’ borrowed car. Drawing on 90s indie-rock mainstays like Dinosaur Jr, Pixies, Modest Mouse and Sunny Day Real Estate, the band has just finished recording their first full length album, The Full Catastrophe.
Zen Drivers: Comedy band out of Lancaster, PA. These guys have been on Gashouse for a little bit now but they have a new single. Tune in tonight to hear that track, and then it will be available for request, and in regular rotation after that.
So don’t miss Gashouse Live tonight at 6pm ET. Interviews, news, Kid Felix in studio, giveaways and much more!