This Week On Homegrown: New Chums, Weird Radicals, People Who Could Fly and Luxxe!

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Monday: New Chums

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Emerging from Phoenix, AZ, the recently transformed indie rock band, New Chums, released their EP “See It For Myself” on October 6th, 2017 and it’s bright, sunny California vibe is making waves in the music scene. Likened to bands like The Strokes, Neon Trees, and Jimmy Eat World, the Chums really know how to bring big guitars, catchy choruses, and sparkle to every beat. The foursome includes:
Vocals/Guitar-Seth Boyack: A California native who not only fronts the band with energy and style, Seth’s the man behind the melodies that you won’t be able to get out of your head for days.
Drums-Ben Hedlund: Straight outta Boston with plenty of talent and previous recording/touring experience, Ben provides the heartbeat to the music-the kind that’ll leave you wanting more… and more.
Lead Guitar-Matt Lloyd: Recently coming off tour as a hired guitarist from Nashville, Matt’s expertise and his creative/catchy hooks (played to perfection every time) add a new bite and excitement to the overall sound.
Bass-Cassandra Clark: A girl from Michigan who can really play bass, Cassandra rocks a solid foundation of the low end and provides that steady rhythm and vibe you can’t help but dance to.
As the release of “See It For Yourself” has garnered great press already, New Chums will ride the wave of success by hitting the road in the US and abroad.  You can catch New Chums on FacebookTwitter and Instagram and see it for yourself; they’re an indie rock band with edge. Like sunglasses melted. Don’t forget to catch their song “Cave In”  below. If you like what you hear, vote to have them played again on Friday at the bottom of the page.

 

Tuesday: Weird Radicals

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Weird Radicals are a rock band from Phoenix, AZ. They carry the torch of Rock Music into the 21st century through our obsession with both classic pop (ie. Beatles, Kinks, Hollies, Everly Brothers) as well as alternative rock (ie. Weezer, Pavement, Pixies, the Breeders). Andrew Cameron Cline is the singer and songwriter and played all the instruments on our singles in 2016, Nick Florence is the engineer/producer as well as the lead guitarist. You can find Weird Radicals The Rebel Lounge, Wednesday March 21st and on FacebookTwitterInstagram and Soundcloud. Check out their song “John Lennon” below. If you love it, vote for them to have the Friday Replay, at the bottom of the page.

 

 

Wednesday: People Who Could Fly

 

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People Who Could Fly is an indie pop band formed in 2013 and based in Phoenix, AZ. The group’s high-energy, dance-inspiring indie pop style draws influence from acts such as Walk the Moon, the 1975, and Two Door Cinema Club.

The band released their third studio EP in Summer of 2017. People Who Could Fly has performed with national acts including Death Cab for Cutie, X Ambassadors, Fitz & The Tantrums, Rick Springfield, Howard Jones, Roger Clyne, and Reel Big Fish.

With more than 14,000 monthly Spotify listeners in 55 countries, and clean lyrics / content, the band has wide appeal to audiences of varied musical tastes. You can catch PWCF on FacebookTwitter and Instagram. Preview their song “Tell Me” below then, cast your vote on who you want to get the Friday Replay at the bottom of the page!

 

Thursday: Luxxe

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LUXXE is a contemporary/folk-pop act hailing from the deserts of Phoenix, AZ. The band released their sophomore EP “Rolling Thunder” in May, 2016, featuring infectious choruses and inevitable summer-anthems. Vocalist Seth Smades’ addicting rasp and vivid storytelling makes for an indie/pop slam dunk. You can catch Luxxe on FacebookTwitter and Instagram. Check out their song “Love Don’t Work” below, if you like it, vote to hear it again for the Friday replay at the bottom of the page.

 

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