WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN!
Your new music fix from our own backyard
Friday at 11pm w/ Mo!
Like one of one the bands we’re playing on Homegrown?
Vote which band deserves The Song Of The Week at the bottom of the page.
Monday: After The Calm
After the Calm is a five piece band from Glendale, Arizona that includes singer Logan Miracle, rhythm guitarist Jonathan Habermacher, lead guitarist David Nunez, bassist Henry Cota, and drummer Kody Rattler. On stage, these gentlemen bring their songs to life with electrifying energy and charming humor. Off stage, After the Calm has been in partnership with the AZ Humane Society to raise money for animals in need! Check out ATC’s cover of ANna Kendrick’s “Cups” below, then give em a follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. If you like what you hear, vote for them as song of the week at the bottom of the page.
Tuesday: Harper & The Moths
Harper and the Moths is a five-piece, Dance-Rock band from Phoenix, Arizona. A synth-pop group akin to bands like The Killers and Neon Trees, the band produces energetic and complex rock and roll with a new wave twist that the whole family will eat up like sugar-flaked cereal.
Harper and the Moths consists of lead singer and frontman, Harper Lines, Guitarist and singer, Chan Schulman, Bassist, David Campbell, Keyboard player and singer, Kelsee Ishmael, and Drummer, Etti Bowen. Preview Harper’s over of The Human League’s “Don’t You Want Me” below and on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Soundcloud. If you dig what you hear, vote of it as Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
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.
MRCH is currently prepping for 2018 tours, with a wistful new track on the way. Full of glassy synth + biting guitar; Slay Me is the dark pop act’s take on a shy love ballad. You can preview their cover of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” below and if you love it, vote to hear it as the song of the week at the bottom of the page!
For fans of: Purity Ring, Metric, Cocteau Twins, Phantogram, Beach House. Don’t forget to follow MRCH on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Thursday: Bear Ghost
Bear Ghost is a rock band from Phoenix, AZ that fuses intricate musicianship, melodies and song structure to deliver a one of a kind sound. Since the release of the band’s first full album entitled “Blasterpiece“, the Phoenix market has taken notice.
Bear Ghost has quickly become one of the area’s favorite bands and “Blasterpiece” has received high critical acclaim, winning the market’s Album Of The Year for 2016 from the Phoenix New Times, despite its February release date.
“Blasterpiece” was written and performed by Bear Ghost and recorded by Jeremy Parker at Premier Studios. Parker, a Grammy winning engineer and holder of many other industry awards, also recorded the band’s debut EP entitled “Your Parents Are Only Marginally Disappointed In Your Musical Taste” released in 2014.
Check out Bear Ghost’s cover of Jungle Book’s “I Wanna Be Like You” below then give em a follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. If you love em’ vote for their cover as Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
Cover of the Week: MRCH!