Genuine Jersey Swamp Funk would be the best way to describe this four-piece from central NJ.
Honey Spot Blvd stopped by Roadhouse Inn for a quick interview and a really great acoustic set.
Make sure you check out www.honeyspotblvd.com for more information on the band and to grab their 2 albums.
Every Thursday night we put together a show at Roadhouse Inn in Levittown, PA. We bring in some of the best talent we can find, both local and touring. We have a quick interview, followed by an acoustic set broadcast LIVE on Gashouse Radio.
This time RaLeaf stopped by the studio. We've been hearing their name uite a bit in the Philadelphia area, so it was great to finally meet the band. All I heard from them before tonight were a few songs they have in rotation on Gashouse; and those songs are full band, electric. I was extremely impressed by their sound on just acoustic. Extremely tight band, great guys and a lot of fun.
Join us every Thursday night at Roadhouse Inn at 2200 New Falls Rd, Levittown, PA. Now serving Broken Goblet on tap!
Giant snails, alien crabs and Hollywood Vampires were just a few of the topics we hit this week. As you can imagine, there was a lot to discuss this week.
The demise of Columbia House (finally) was a big topic of discussion, as well as the continuous release of music from Montage of Heck.
Jacqueline, Brook, Carly and Dustin were all in studio this week, so it was a good time to learn a little about each other. While our first questionnaire segment didn't reveal too much about each other, it laid the groundwork for future inquiries.
Tonight we featured the music of Fiona MacMahon, Beautiful Gambler, Alice Sungurov, The Boxtones, Kenny Fame, El VY, The Random Hubiak plus the new album Bloom Late from Steve Oakley Band.
There's always interesting discussion in the chat room, so be sure to join us every Tuesday night LIVE starting at 7pm ET.
Brooke and Jacqueline co-hosted this week. We talked about HitchBOT (and it's phoniness), Rowdy Roddy Piper, Ronda Rousey, and the 1000 Italians playing Foo Fighters. We also sampled some Coney Island HArd Root Beer and compared it to the Not Your Father's brand.
We got a phone call from Kentucky band Quiet Hollers who are currently on tour. They'll be playing Jack's Twin Bar on Sunday night.
Brosef Gordon Levitt joined us in studio. We spoke to them about their band name, their tour plans, and their upcoming release Tiger Tales. They'll be playing Chaplin's Saturday night in support of the release. Then check them out Sunday at The Trocadero Balcony, and then their on tour.
Brosef Gordon Levitt also played a handful of acoustic songs in studio, and they sounded fantastic. For more information on the band, check out www.bglpa.com.
It was just Carly and myself for this very touching episode of Gashouse Live.
Carly read from the Brooke Hogan book of poetry. The Hulk's daughter wrote a touching piece of 4th grade rhyme in response to her father's racist outburst.
We also discussed the news that Pink Floyd almost went hip hop back in 1987, which could have been amazing or disastrous.
And, we have one of the most interesting alien stories to date...
Carly and Brooked missed out on this one. Jacqueline and myself took this one.
We covered a ton of topics, and heard a ton of great music (Go Evolution, Fink's Constant, The Keystones and Maudlin Strangers for example).
One topic we discussed was Disney's 13 live action movies they have on their way to theaters. Live-action Dumbo disturbs me for some reason, and live-action Little Mermaid is just unnecessary.
Is Disney's live-action craze the answer to all of this comic-book movie success? Is that what's going on here? Or maybe they're trying to target an older audience? Let us know what you think.
Join us every Thursday night at Roadhouse Inn, Levittown PA. Starting at 9pm, we bring in talent from all over for a night of live entertainment, free of charge.
Skobo drove over from Pittsburgh (you wouldn't believe how many trees are between Philly and Pittsburgh). Their aim, to bring everything from sludgy psychedelic rhythms, riff-driven blues rock and high energy funk to the Steel City and beyond. Years of friendship and experience as gigging musicians culminated in the band's formation by Shawn Mazzei, Ron Rekowski, Kyle Yoho and Jake Locke in the spring of 2015.
Checkout this quick interview and acoustic set, and stay tuned to Gashouse Radio to find out when Skobo is back in Philly.