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CALLING ALL LOCAL BANDS

ALT AZ has launched Homegrown with Mo to support the Arizona music scene! We know how hard it is for an up and coming band to get the word out so we are here to help. Scroll down to submit your band information and an MP3. If your song makes it into the rotation Mo will shoot you an email to let you know. That’s when you can blast it out on your social media channels tagging ALT AZ, tell all your friends and fans (and your mom…), and shout it from the rooftops – YOU ARE GOING TO BE ON THE RADIO!

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Homegrown With Mo

This Week On Homegrown With Mo: Contradiktion, HAVANA, Anarbor & Divided Minds!

Homegrown 4.10.17

WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN W/ MO! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm. Check out who’s featured this week, then vote which band/artist gets their song played again on Friday! Monday: Contradiktion is a 3 piece Punk band outta Glendale consisting of Billie Russell on Guitar/Lead Vocals, Jeremy Daniel on Bass/Vocals and Steven “Meatbag” Lendrum on Drums/Percussion/Vocals. ... Read More »

This Week On Homegrown With Mo: Huckleberry, Saddles, Fairy Bones & LUAU!

Homegrown 4.3.17

WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN W/ MO! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm. Check out who’s featured this week, then vote which band/artist gets their song played again on Friday! Monday: Huckleberry has a 6-year history of writing music set to the tune of desert life. Multiple voices and leads collaborate for nostalgic harmonies and melodies suited ... Read More »

This Week On Homegrown With Mo: Gillwire, Katastro, The Hourglass Cats & Sunday At Noon!

March 27th thru 30th

WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN W/ MO! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm. Check out who’s featured this week, then vote which band/artist gets their song played again on Friday! Monday: The Alt. Pop-Rock band Gillwire formed in 2016 and in the same year released the album Silver Streak which Absolute Powerpop called “An impressive debut”. Notable ... Read More »

This week on Homegrown With Mo: Black Bottom Lighters, Harper & The Moths, A Step Ahead and Colten Hood!

Homegrown 3.13.17

WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN W/ MO! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm. Check out who’s featured this week, then vote which band/artist gets their song played again on Friday! Monday: Arizona is where desert-reggae rockers Black Bottom Lighters call home. They are well on their way to outgrowing their town like other recent native products such as ... Read More »

This week on Homegrown With Mo: Barefoot, Playboy Manbaby and Royaltides!

Homegrown artists 2.20.17

WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN W/ MO! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm. Check out who’s featured this week and vote which band/artist gets their song played again on Friday!   Tuesday: Barefoot consists of Dylan Fay on vocals, Dylan Heinrich and Eric Folts on guitar, Patrick Smiley on bass and Christia Aroz on Drums. “We’re just ... Read More »

This Week On Homegrown With Mo: Daisy, No Volcano, New Chums & Elias Black

Homegrown 2.13.17

WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN W/ MO! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm. Check out who’s featured this week and vote which band/artist gets their song played again on Friday! Monday:   DAISY is an Alternative Pop band with influences from iconic household names like U2, Coldplay, The Police, The Killers, and any other stadium ready rock ... Read More »

This Week On Homegrown With Mo: Upsahl, Moment Of Ruin, Run! Definitely Run! and JAM

Homegrown 2.6.17

WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN W/ MO! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm. Check out who’s featured this week and vote which band/artist gets their song played again on Friday! Monday: Upsahl is a seventeen-year-old indie/alternative musician from Phoenix, Arizona. Her first self-titled album was released in 2013, followed by “Viscerotonic,” in 2015. Taylor is currently working ... Read More »