Tape Swap Radio is an original live music series that grew out of the Shards recording studio in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Tape Swap Radio was started to spotlight DIY and independent music in the Lehigh Valley. Over the past six years, a dedicated group in the Valley's DIY music community has helped create Tape Swap's many parts: radio broadcasts, podcasts, online videos, a punk rock flea market, and a concert series.
Check out photos and a write-up of Tape Swap’s LV Fall Bash, held at the Ice House in Bethlehem on November 9, 2019, featuring Lou Rogai, The Beings, Transkam, and Grayling.
Discounted pre-sale tickets are now avaiable and will come with an LV Fall Bash show poster. The event is happening on Saturday, November 9, 2019 at the Ice House in Bethlehem, PA.
Philly indie rockers Booze Radly perform a Shards Session on the heels of the release of their debut album, Haunted Mind. We also explore the DIY music scene of Scranton with community organizer Jess Meoni from the Scranton DIY Punk Collective.
Bands slated to perform are: Lou Rogai (of Lewis & Clarke), The Beings, Tranksam, and Grayling. The show will take place at the Ice House in Bethlehem, PA on November 9, 2019, and will raise funds for Hope Lodge NYC.
Run from the Radio perform a bonus song from their Rooftop Session in our second ever 360° VR video.
Watch videos from Easton alternative/punk band Run from the Radio’s Rooftop Session recorded in June 2019.
We’re from Antarctica perform a bonus song from their Rooftop Session in our very first 360° VR video.
Lehigh Valley alternative punk band Run from the Radio perform a Rooftop Session; plus, Felicia and Jen from Lehigh Valley Girls Rock join us to discuss the camp and play their mixtape made up of former campers and camp volunteers.
Watch videos from the Rooftop Session with Lehigh Valley indie pop band We’re from Antarctica.
Lehigh Valley indie pop band We’re from Antarctica perform a Rooftop Session; we also listen to a mixtape by The Dead Milkmen’s Joe Jack Talcum recorded during his recent tour stop at the Alternative Gallery in Allentown.