Next Radon Lounge show, March 26th

We’re thinking and dreaming about our next Radon Lounge show. We have an eclectic lineup ready and waiting.

We’re excited to once again be hosting indie soul sisters Von Strantz from South Bend Indiana. If you’ve not had a chance to check out our favorite indie soul duo, then fortunately you have another chance.

Coming from Nashville, TN will be Nathan Stiteler and his band. “Nathan Stiteler brings a bit more of an experimental vibe to his music. It’s a folk based singer/songwriter type experience, but there is an additional kick that I wasn’t really expecting.” Matt Hall – No Country for New Nashville

It’s about time Hushpad has come back to the basement. This special little shoegaze band used to be a staple of Radon Lounge shows, but became a bit inactive for a while. Since their last appearance, Matt Welchel has produced a new album and even created a really great music video. Get excited.

Who could forget Springfield’s best video game cover band, Like… With Jetpacks will also be here spreading 8, 16, and 32 bit joy. Let their music take you to a whole new world (a whole new world).



Feb 13 Radon Show!

In less than 2 weeks we’re having another Radon Lounge show. This time it’s packed full of the best of Springfield’s folk and Americana flavored bands.

The Hollow Ends (St Louis, MO) is fleeting tempos, pounding drums and a distorted hollow-body guitar, focusing the energy and function of punk and rock through the lens of roots/Americana
Amy Benton is our local country sweatheart. She works hard around town and has opened all kinds of big city country/roots/americana acts passing through. This will be her first time in the basement, trading that fresh country air for the magical ionizing radiation we all know and love.
The Deep Hollow are also stopping in tonight. These guys are pretty much a Springfield supergroup of talented, harmonizing folk. They’ve recently won the American Songwriter 30th Anniversary Song Contest and are working on a new album.
Also on this show is Arlin Peebles of The Studio Show. When he’s not hosting Springfield’s hottest new talk show, he’s strumming guitar and singing tunes.
Rumor has it The Studio Show may be here to record some bits for their really great locally produced talk show. We’re a big fan of this project that showcases local creative talent.