Get a sampling of what local music have to offer in these music videos

Pleasantry’s (from left) singer and keyboard player Samantha Teng; guitarist, bassist and singer Haziq Hussain; drummer Daniaal Adam; guitarist, bassist and singer Isa Ong; and guitarist and bassist Ahmad Ariff. From the layered swagger of Mon
Pleasantry’s (from left) singer and keyboard player Samantha Teng; guitarist, bassist and singer Haziq Hussain; drummer Daniaal Adam; guitarist, bassist and singer Isa Ong; and guitarist and bassist Ahmad Ariff. From the layered swagger of Monster Cat and the lush, slow-burning melodies of Pleasantry to the earworm inducing retro rock of The Pinholes and Atlas' intriguing melange of genres, the current crop of releases by home-grown bands are certainly a mixed bunch of quality sounds. -- PHOTO: ASHRAF MUHAMMAD

From the layered swagger of Monster Cat and the lush, slow-burning melodies of Pleasantry to the earworm inducing retro rock of The Pinholes and Atlas' intriguing melange of genres, the current crop of releases by home-grown bands are certainly a mixed bunch of quality sounds.

Check out their music and tell us - what do you think of their music and do you think that home-grown bands have the chops to take over local radio airwaves?

Monster Cat - Take Me To Love

Pleasantry - Owls

The Pinholes - Long Live Rock N Roll

Atlas - SubsceneTV's The TVSessions