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Your new music fix from our own backyard every Mon through Thursday at 11p!
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Monday: Fake A Home – Patience
A 5 piece hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, Fake A Home has been around since the summer of 2017 and have been playing shows since. After recording our Debut EP “Feel Something” With Cameron Mizell (Sleeping With Sirens / Memphis May Fire) The band had gained massive traction throughout the scene. We have played 4 shows in total, all packing the house of places like Pub Rock Live, Sideroom Sessions, and 51 West. Check out their song “Patience”, if ya love it, vote to hear them again for Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
Tuesday: Bogan Via – I Want U, I Want You Too
Bogan Via is Bret Bender and Madeleine Miller. MADLY is the band’s second extended play album and it further develops their unique synth-pop sound.
MADLY was then recorded between 2013 and 2014 over two continents at the Red Bull Studios in Copenhagen and in their hometown of Los Angeles. Mixed in New York, the band co-produced the record with Le Chev (Fisherspooner, Frankie Rose, Lemonade).
Bogan Via has made a quite a mark on the scene, quickly playing packed shows including a European tour and festival appearances at: SXSW, Culture Collide, Folsom Street Fair, Phoenix Pride, Insomnia, San Diego Music Thing, Summer Ends, & Viva Phx. Bogan Via’s ability to win over fans with their unique sound has already earned them opening spots for the likes of: Phantogram, Little Dragon, Halsey, Todd Terje, Ladyhawke, Glass Animals, Twin Shadow, Darwin Deez, Austra, Yacht, Betty Who, and many more, as well as remixes by: Geographer, Miniature Tigers, Database, Micon, & Terminal 11.
For now, Bogan Via’s graceful and danceable indie rock is still under the radar, but they are quickly rising to the surface, bringing their melodies and pulsating beats with them. Over the past few years, Bogan Via’s music has been featured on every blog from EDM to Consequence of Sound. With overwhelming responses to first listens of the record, this is the year that Bogan Via will start to make a splash. You can catch Bogan Via at their Album Release party at The Valley Bar, Saturday November 24th and on Facebook, Twitter, Spotify and Soundcloud.
Check out their song “I Want U, I Want You Too” then place your vote to hear it again for Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
Wednesday: New Heat – Heart Attack
New Heat is a dynamic, multi instrumental duo from Phoenix, AZ. Their single “PageUp” was released in August along with a music video. Their self titled EP is scheduled for release on September 28th, 2018. Following their first performance, they are scheduled to play Pop Culture Music Fest in October with Drake Bell, The Ready Set, Anarbor & La Bouquet. See New Heat at Tempe Marketplace Saturday, November 17th for a free show with The Unlikely Candidates and their preview their song “Heart Attack” below. Follow on Facebook, If you like their song, vote to hear it again for the Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
Thursday: Harper & The Moths – Your Love
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. Catch Harper and the Moths at Tempe Marketplace Saturday, November 17th for a free show with The Unlikely Candidates and on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Soundcloud. Don’t forget to preview their song “Your Love” vote of it as Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
Song of the Week:
Harper & The Moths – Your Love