This Week on Homegrown: John Cornelio, Post Hoc, MRCH and Belaganas!

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Monday: John Cornelio – Forever

An Artist born in the Philippines; John Cornelio is a Singer/Songwriter that blends different Genres together; Making Alternative, RnB/Soul and Pop collide as one. His Debut Single ‘Forever’ is the first of a few more Pop-Alt records coming from his Debut EP ‘Last Letters’ Coming this winter 2019. Preview his song “Forever” below, if you love it, vote to hear it again for Song of the Week at the bottom of the page. 

 

Tuesday: Post Hoc – Thin Wrists

Post Hoc is an indie rock band from Phoenix, Arizona known for its distinctive synthesis of ambiance, emotion, and power. The 5 piece features 3 guitars that often switch roles mid song, contributing to a tone that flirts with the creativity of the listener. The band released their EP “Daffodils” in October 2017, the single “Tarantino” in June 2018, and now their debut full length album “Wilderness, the Villain” on June 15, 2019. They have shared bills with nationally touring acts such as The Spill Canvas, Emery, Punchline, Selfish Things, and The Classic Crime. Post Hoc will be performing “Wilderness, the Villain” in its entirety at The Rebel Lounge on June 29th, 2019 with Coyote Tango, The Bittersweet way, and Panic Baby. Similar artists include: Brand New, Manchester Orchestra, Circa Survive, Explosions in the Sky, Tigers Jaw, Emery, La Dispute, This Will Destroy You, Say Anything, Bayside, Thrice, etc. Preview their song “Thin Wrists” below, if ya dig it, vote to hear it again for Song of the Week at the bottom of the page. 

Wednesday: MRCH – Some Days

Since their inception in 2015, indie electronic duo MRCH has been recognized by The Guardian as “band of the week” and CMJ as – one to watch, with CoS debuting their recent single Glitter McQueen. The duo has toured extensively, opening for Chvrches, Skylar Spence, Kero Kero Bonito, and many others.

MRCH songs have been featured on Shameless, Guilt, The Vampire Diaries, Pitchfork/Ford In Focus series (ft. the front-women of Best Coast and Sleigh Bells), Famousin Love, and most recently the dark comedy Search Party.

For fans of: Purity Ring, Metric, Cocteau Twins, Phantogram, Beach House. Catch MRCH at Friday, June 21st at Pub Rock Live and on FacebookTwitter and Instagram. Check out “Some Days” below and if you love it, vote to hear it as the song of the week at the bottom of the page!

 

 

Thursday: Belaganas – Crumbs

Belaganas is a band formed in Phoenix, Arizona that performs alternative hip -hop and bedroom pop. Formed by frontmen/vocalists Joey J and Shanker, the band also features drummer Nick Willie and are known for their captivating live performances and emotionally charged music. The trio began writing music in summer 2016 and since then has released a number of singles detailing teen angst and punk-style anthems delivered through hip-hop sonics. You can find Belaganas this Friday, June 21st at Pub Rock Live and online on FacebookTwitter and Instagram. Check out their track “Crumbs” below, if ya dig, vote to hear it again for Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.

 

Song of the Week:

Belaganas – Crumbs

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