RADIAL: The Relaunch Party
Sa 9/6

RADIAL: The Relaunch Party


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RADIAL seeks to connect artists artistic communities. Join us for our RELAUNCH as a part of the Writ Large Press 90for90!

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Los Angeles based Trofeo bask in synth laden waves of psychedelic, darkwave, synth pop with their single, "Game of Glass." Encapsulated by samba and latin rhythmic foundations (with Samuel Aguirre on guitar, Carlos Vides on keys, and Ryan Moraga on percussion), Ericka Sance’s vocals draw distant memories of Rita Lee, Bebel Gilberto with a twist of Blonde Redhead, the kind of illustrious tone that alters from haunting to danceable in a matter of measures. https://soundcloud.com/trofeomusic

Drawing upon the influences of long standing artists such as Depeche Mode, Chico Buarque, Os Mutantes and New Order/Joy Division, Trofeo delivers a mesmerizingly kaleidoscopic sound that is as rhythmically menacing as it is lyrically seductive.

With an anticipated EP release in the fall 2014 on Manimal, Trofeo emerges as a new voice with an entity all its own—each performance both embracing and transforming a genre.

Julia Ingalls is primarily an essayist. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Slate, Salon, Dwell, Guernica, The LA Weekly, The Nervous Breakdown, Forth, and 89.9 KCRW. She’s into it.

Ben Pack lives and writes in Los Angeles. A 2012 Master of Professional Writing graduate from the University of Southern California (USC), he now teaches in USC’s undergraduate writing program. Currently, he’s at work on additional non-fiction essays and a TV pilot.

Scott Kuza was born in Detroit, Michigan to Chaldean Iraqi immigrant parents. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University in 2007 and has remained in California ever since. Scott’s poems have been featured in the small press publications like RA in 2013. He continues to write personally for both close friends and other artist alike in hopes of putting out his forthcoming collection Briefcase.

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