WELCOME TO HOMEGROWN!
Your new music fix from our own backyard every Mon through Thursday at 11p!
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.
Supported by our friends at Illegal Pete’s: Burritos, Buddies and Beer! Mission Style Food with a Full Bar!
Monday: The Walnuts – Flys
The Walnuts is a new project created and performed by Garrett Reimann with music ranging from hip-hop to folk. Music is inspired by a mix of AJJ, The Front Bottoms, and Superorganism with live performances focusing on being interactive and inspired by local groups such as Treasure Mammal and Dinosaur Love. Check out their song Flys below then give em a follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. If you dig their song, vote for them for Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
Tuesday: Mt. Mural – Long Lost
Consisting of Adam Kump, Joel Ackley, and Chase Pettyjohn (and occasionally Jessica Kump plus emeritus member Clint Wilkins), Mt. Mural is the indie-rock leaning collective based in Mesa, AZ. Mt. Mural has a healing sonic paint that they will pour all over your worn out velcro dancing shoes, elastic band hips, and even your broken heart. It’s the kind of music you play when your cool friend hands you the AUX cable in the car. It’s also what you would put on if your friend didn’t want to be your friend anymore.
“Long Lost” is the latest single from Mt. Mural’s latest album *Bolt from the Blue*; released in all online stores May 24th, 2019. Check out their latest song “Long Lost” below, if ya love it, vote to hear it again for Song Of The Week at the bottom of the page.
Wednesday: Maya Spectra – Cerulean Eyes
24 year-old Sydney Sprague is a singer/songwriter based in Phoenix, Arizona. She has been writing and performing songs for 12 years, and has explored a variety of sounds in each of her new releases. Her upcoming EP, “Bad Patchwork” is a mixed bag of recordings she made in 2018, and is inspired by a massive amount of uncertainty, awkward relationships, wasted time, and the fear of missing out. Her songs are refreshingly relatable and full of angst in the best possible way. Phoenix New Times says “her voice is quite close to Stevie Nicks at her prime, but without the edge.” Preview her song “F.O.M.O” below, if ya love it, vote to hear it again for Song of the Week at the bottom of the page.
Song of the Week:
Maya Spectra – Cerulean Eyes