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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 »

Homegrown With Mo Band: The Maine “Bad Behavior”

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WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm w/ Mo! Tonight’s Feature Band: The men of The Maine stopped by the ALT AZ 93.3 studios to share new music off their 6th album called “Lovely, Little, Lonely” out April 7th. (You can pre-order here.) Check out their interview below along with their new song ... Read More »

Homegrown With Mo Band: Baseline “Downside”

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WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm w/ Mo! Tonight’s Feature Band: Baseline is a five piece pop punk band from Mesa, Arizona. The group formed in the summer of 2015 and immediately began producing original material. Their first song titled “Fragments” appeared in January of 2016 and quickly turned many skeptical listeners ... Read More »

Homegrown With Mo Band: Royaltides “Hide”

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WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm w/ Mo! Tonight’s Feature Band: Formed in January 2015, Royaltides is an alternative rock band from Phoenix, AZ. Beginning originally with long-time friends, vocalist Josh James, bassist Andrew Zonoozi and guitarists Dylan Elliot and Joey Sardella, the band drew from a pool of influences such as ... Read More »

Homegrown With Mo Band: The Senators “Coyotes”

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WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm w/ Mo! Tonight’s Feature Band: “Each of us grew up with music in very different ways. We were high-school band geeks, we spun our parents Beatles vinyl as loud as we could get away with, we started crappy punk bands from our garage. Music brought us ... Read More »

Homegrown With Mo Band: People Who Could Fly “Taking Me Over”

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WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm w/ Mo! Tonight’s Feature Band: People Who Could Fly is an indie pop band formed in 2013 and based in Phoenix, AZ. The group’s style draws influence from acts such as Walk the Moon, the 1975, Cage the Elephant and Two Door Cinema Club. People Who ... Read More »

Homegrown With Mo Band: Citrus Clouds “Shapes and Things”

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WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm w/ Mo! Tonight’s Feature Band: Citrus Clouds are Erick Pineda, Stacie Huttleston and Angelica Pedrego of Maryvale. Formed in West Phoenix in 2014 with former drummer Anthony Jarero, Citrus Clouds play melodic, shoegazey dream pop with layered frequencies that are doused in reverb. Check out their ... Read More »

Homegrown Band: Never Let This Go “Break You”

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WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN! A Local Music Segment airing every Monday through Friday at 11pm w/ Mo! Tonight’s Feature Band: Never Let This Go has played countless shows in the past few years, including three national tours and opening slots for bands such as Never Shout Never, Set It Off and letlive in their home state of Arizona. NLTG has continued relentlessly, ... Read More »