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January 23, 2015 07:17 AM PST

Co-host: Jacqueline

Tonight we welcomed Railroad Fever in studio. It's been years since these guys stopped by so we had a lot of catching up to do. The acoustic performance sounded incredible. Make sure you find them on Facebook and go see a show soon! This Saturday they're at Ardmore Music Hall for Winter Fest

January 22, 2015 07:12 AM PST

Tonight's episode focused on the Band vs Band segment. Audio Impulse, out of Philadelphia, have been running the table in Band vs Band for 8 days straight. Tonight, see if they can make it 9 in a row as they face a really talented band out of LA called Eyeshine.

Tune in to Gashouse Live, every weekday at 6pm ET only on!

January 21, 2015 07:31 AM PST

Co-host: Carly and Jon the Intern.

It's hard to pull out specific part of our Tuesday night show and condense them into a short podcast. Tonight I grabbed our Unexplained segment, our "Justice for All" and our Alien segment.

We discussed real zombies disease, giant kangaroos, and bigfoot. In "Justice" we talked about new technologies the police may be using involving x-rays and lasers that can smell alcohol.

We also discussed the growing alien topic in our society. It seems like there are more and more UFO sightings, and even some high profile people in our government and NASA are starting to openly discuss the idea that we are not alone.

Tune in every weekday, 6-9pm ET on!

January 20, 2015 07:20 AM PST

We had a packed house in studio tonight. Roberto Chavez is our Monday night co-host, but we also hd Erik of Z-Flow, Ron from Connie's Ric Rac, Mr. Pineapple and our new intern Jon.

Being that every Monday we discuss a conspiracy theory, and today being Martin Luther King Day, what better conspiracy to discuss than the assassination of MLK.

It is very believable to think that we haven't been told the whole story here. The FBI, who had been openly attacking MLK, was in charge of the investigation of his death.

Listen to all the evidence presented, and draw your own conclusion.

January 15, 2015 08:02 AM PST

Audio Impulse vs Matt Montez

Wednesdays are only 1 hour. We pack a lot of great music into that hour. We also include our new segment #15minaday. The plugin mentioned in the #15minaday segment can be found here:

See which industries give which politicians the most money:

January 14, 2015 08:18 AM PST

Co-host: Carly.

Yes, that's right. Volcano aliens are here and we need to keep our eye on these guys! That's how the show started anyway.

Our new intern joined us on air, so we got to know him, and he got to know a little bit about the show and the station.

The band vs band segment tonight was Audio Impulse vs They Made Monsters. Audio Impulse is on quite a roll being in the segment 3 days in a row, but They Made Monsters are serious force out of NY.

The Unexplained always plays a big part in our Tuesday night shows, and tonight's segment did not disappoint.

Finally, we are starting to get a clear picture of our new #15minaday segment. Tune in and find out more!

January 13, 2015 07:33 AM PST

Every Monday night on Gashouse Live we discuss a conspiracy theory. On Monday, January 12th we are exploring a very controversial topic: 9/11.

We didn’t discuss 9/11 on the Conspiracy Theory show for quite some time for a few different reasons. First, there are so many different theories involved in the events that took place that day we didnt know where to begin. Secondly, this is a topic that is very emotional for some. The tragedy is still very fresh in many people’s mind. Not only did we lose thousands of American’s lives on that day, but we’ve lost many more soldiers in the wars that resulted in 9/11.


After careful examination, we’ve decided that it is time to address a specific area of September 11th; WTC Building 7. As late as 2013, a poll showed that 43% of Americans did not even know that a 3rd skyscraper “collapsed” that afternoon. The Twin Towers were attacked with passenger airliners on the morning of 9/11. In less than 2 hours, both of these towers collapsed on themselves. Later that afternoon, around 5:20pm, World Trade Center Building 7 (sometimes referred to as the Salomon Brothers Building) collapsed. This building was never hit by an airliner.

Several fires started in the building after it was hit with falling debris from the Twin Towers. There were no casualties with this collapse. Interestingly enough, the collapse of this building was not addressed in 911 Commission Report. In 2008, the NIST (National Institute of Stands and Technology) released their investigation of WTC 7, concluding that fires and debris were the cause of the building’s collapse. Several eyewitnesses heard explosions right before the building “collapse”. Strangely enough, these eyewitness reports were not included in the investigation.


“Most people who see Building 7’s collapse have trouble believing that fires brought it down,” said Richard Gage, a member of the American Institute of Architects and founder of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. “It simply doesn’t look like a natural building collapse, and that’s because all the columns have been removed at once to allow it to come down symmetrically in free-fall. The evidence of controlled demolition is overwhelming. As more and more people learn about Building 7, public demand for a new investigation grows. People want the truth.”
Since the report, over 2000 architects and engineers have signed a petition calling for an independent investigation of the collapse. Many family members have joined the quest for answers on WTC Building 7 as well. Never in history has a skyscraper collapsed due to fire in such a fashion. In fact there are hundreds of examples of skyscrapers burning for hour and hours with no collapse. The main problem here is that in order for the building to fall with such symmetry, 83 support columns would have to give simultaneously. This does not coincide with the NIST report.


There is overwhelming evidence that this is a controlled demolition. The NIST did not even test for accelerants. Not only that, but the crime scene was cleaned up before any investigation could be completed! By September 29, 130,000 tons of debris — most of it apparently steel — had been removed. Mayor Bloomberg, a former engineering major, was not concerned about the destruction of the evidence: “If you want to take a look at the construction methods and the design, that’s in this day and age what computers do. Just looking at a piece of metal generally doesn’t tell you anything”.

The first time in history a skyscraper has come down so quickly due to fire, and we don’t investigate the building material? We don’t look for signs of explosives?

So you see, this is extremely troubling, and the people at Architects & Engineers for 911 Truth want some answers. Tonight at 7pm ET on Gashouse Live we will discuss the collapse of WTC Building 7. Please bring your questions, comments and concerns to our chatroom for a very interesting conversation.

January 09, 2015 06:44 AM PST

Co-host: Jacqueline. Every Thursday night on Gashouse Live we invite an artist in for an in-studio interview and acoustic performance. Tonight Tyler and Anthony of AfterThought stopped by.

This duo is an evolution of Tyler McClure's solo acoustic project. When you see them live you may see an acoustic set, or you might see Tyler on guitar, Anthony on drums and a few backing tracks to fill in the electric set. They've got an extremely busy January. Go to for more information on their upcoming shows.

Tune in to Gashouse Live, weekdays 6pm ET only on!

January 08, 2015 07:22 AM PST

Wednesdays are always the short version of Gashouse Live. Our Band vs Band for the evening was The Apparells vs Independence Drive; both very good bands. We also talked a little more about the #15minaday segment.

Gashouse Live, weekdays 6pm ET, only on!

January 07, 2015 07:28 AM PST
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Co-host Carly. Tuesdays are always a good time in studio. We cover a lot of topics, and many unexpected conversations are sparked.

Tonight we were supposed to have Curtis Cooper in studio, but the weather caused a cancellation. So instead we plaed a ton of new music, we talked a lot about unexplained current events, and child actors.

Our new #15minaday segment started to kick in, and our 'Justice For All' segment tonight was really infuriating. Tune in and let us know your thoughts on that story.

Plus, we started testing out our LIVE Youtube video stream. Look for more Youtube content in the very near future.

Thank you for keeping up with the show!

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