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This Week on Homegrown: All New Hopes, Whstle and House of Stairs!




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Tuesday: All New Hopes – Dead To Me 

Formed in 2016 by Tristan Telischuk, Dillon Andrews and Joe Vargas, All New Hopes is an alternative rock band inspired by bands such as Panic at the Disco, Thirty Seconds to Mars, and Beartooth. Gunnar left the band in early 2016, and after multiple lineup changes, the band concluded on remaining a three-piece. They released their first two originals “Father Father” & “The Last Time” in 2016, and released “Direction” in April of 2018, with an EP expected to be released this year. See em live January 29th at The Rebel Lounge or give em a follow on Twitter and Instagram! Check out their song “Dead To Me” below, if you like what you hear, vote to hear them again for Song of the Week. (Its at the bottom of the page 🙂)

Wednesday: Whstle – Needed

WHSTLE is a Phoenix-based band that combines powerful electronic hits with eclectic folk rock anthems. Band members Saydi, Will & Jake draw from their pop/rock, electronic, and soulful singer-songwriter roots to create a cinematic vibe with intimate lyrics. Check out Whstle’s music video for “Needed” below, then give them a follow on FacebookTwitter and Instagram. If you like what you hear, vote for them for Song Of The Week at the bottom of the page.


Thursday: House of Stairs – Veil

Since summer 2014 House of Stairs have been careening through genres to discover their own metric trip hop in Phoenix, AZ. Inspired by the illusionary MC Escher, House of Stairs dissects harmony, rhythm and poetry to weave intense, deceptive and and often vulnerable aural tapestries. Phoenix New Times notes them as “One of the Hardest Working Bands in Phoenix,” relating their sound to “the ambient textures of Kid A-era Radiohead, while Pyle’s vocals most evoke Beth Gibbons of Portishead.”Although they’re most often found frequenting every corner of Phoenix, they sometimes tour neighboring Southwest states. Give House of Stairs a follow on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Check out their song “Veil” below, if you love it, vote to hear it again for Song of the Week.  

Song of the Week: 

House of Stairs – Veil