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This week on Homegrown: Fake A Home, Whstle, Luna Aura and Pride Through Strife!



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Monday: Fake A Home

Fake A Home band photo

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 “Ghost” below then give em a follow on FacebookTwitter and Instagram. If you like what you hear vote for them to get the Friday Replay at the bottom of the page.


Tuesday: Whstle



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. Catch WHSTLE at Tempe Marketplace this Thursday at our Free Show w/ Sir Sly and give em a follow on FacebookTwitter and Instagram. Check out their song  “Loaded Gun” below, if you like what you hear, vote for them for Song Of The Week at the bottom of the page.


Wednesday: Luna Aura

Luna Aura

Crash-landing from outer space, genre-bending pop powerhouse Luna Aura is hell bent on paving her own path to stardom. The singer-songwriter, producer and triple threat delivers with Top 40 tracks that are brimming with messages of youth, feminism, individuality and far from ordinary. Just how she likes it.
Luna, who began penning songs and performing at age 14, has already shared stages with The Killers, K.Flay, Chance the Rapper, P!nk, Odesza, Major Lazer, Steve Aoki, Kid Cudi, Run the Jewels, Muse, and more of music’s biggest names. She has spent time on the festival market, playing KAABOO, Lost Lake, Global Dance Festival, So What Music Fest, EMERGE and many others. Named a Taco Bell “Feed the Beat” artist and BMI Indie Spotlight all in 2016, Luna began breaking pops mold, earning fans in Galore, GQ, NYLON, Idolator, Ladygunn, Teen Vogue, The 405, Teen, MTV, VH1, Ones To Watch and more.
As of late, the LA-via-Phoenix starlet joined forces with Wolves Music for her newest single “Sucker Punch.” Drawing on childhood influences like Blondie and Gwen Stefani, her latest work feels fresh and dynamic, both personally and in a broader scope.
With songs like “Sucker Punch, which she says is “very emotional and somewhere I’ve never been before as an artist,” every one of Luna Aura’s cards is on the table. She’s aware that there’s still growing to do but she’s radically self-aware now, making note of the cracks in her character and filling them with gold. There’s no hiding behind a curtain; if anything, she hopes that her newest work will resonate with those listeners going through the same trials.
“I’m showing more of who I am as a person through my music,” she says. “I’m not the perfect pop princess example that people expect me to be, I’m vulnerable, I’m human, and I’m being more honest than I’ve ever been.”
With a year, ahead packed full of new releases, features, festivals and touring, Luna has an extremely busy and promising 2018. Catch Luna Aura at Tempe Marketplace this Thursday at our Free Show w/ Sir Sly and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Preview her song “Sucker Punch” below, if you like what you hear, vote for it as the song of the week at the bottom of the page. 



Thursday: Pride Through Strife

Pride Through Strife Band photo

Three triplet brothers, Aaron, Josh and Gabe, hailing from San Tan Valley, Az strive to bring bangin rock reggae to your ears. With a fusion of rock, reggae, latin and funk, this trio has a creative mix that will likely take them far! These guys have been playing music together since they were old enough to lift a drum stick. Long time friend Chris Galaska, rounds out the group on drums and is considered the “fourth triplet”. He is able to contribute his energetic style and help PTS rock hard on stage! These boys perform with Triplet tight harmonies and a groove that is reminiscent of bands like Rebelution, The Green, Iration, Sublime, Rage Against the Machine and 311. Catch Pride Through Strife at Yucca tap Room this Friday and on FacebookTwitter and Instagram and don’t forget to preview their song “Two Fingers”. If you love it, show em your love by voting it as Song Of The Week at the bottom of the page.


Song Of The Week: FAKE A HOME!