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Sep 26, 2018

Gigawatt - Radio K's 25th Birthday Party w/ Frankie Cosmos


Gigawatt - Radio K's 25th Birthday Party w/ Frankie Cosmos

Sep 26th 7:30 pm - 1:00 am
Fine Line
FRANKIE COSMOS
with LOMELDA and STEF CHURA
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 7:00pm
$16.00 advance | $30.00 reserved balcony seating
18+
Presented by: Radio K
Venue: Fine Line

PERFORMER: 

FRANKIE COSMOS

 

New York native songwriter and composer Greta Kline has shared a bounty of her innermost thoughts and experiences from the past six years through the almost inconceivable number of songs she has released since 2011. Like many of her peers, Kline’s prolific creative output was initially born out of an era where bedroom recording and self-releasing became more possible than ever through the advent of the internet.

SPECIAL GUESTS: 

LOMELDA

 

If you were to ask Hannah Read what Lomelda means, you’d probably end up with some kind of non-answer and a new topic. It is a guarded secret reserved for those who really pry. It is a high school attempt at describing something vast and powerful yet uniquely quiet and complex. And it is ever-changing. Lomelda is about memory, intimacy, and the tragedies of distance. As a band, it has appeared in several forms over the years, but always, to Hannah, Lomelda has been about discovering friendship and connection. Close collaborators have become closer friends.

STEF CHURA

 

Stef Chura’s debut studio album, Messes, is born of her years of experience playing around the Michigan underground, setting up DIY shows in the area, and moving around the state—nearly 20 times. “Right when it starts to feel like home / It’s time to go,” she sings literally on its opening cut, “Slow Motion,” a twisty, dim-lit guitar pop song where she curls and stretches every word. There are worlds of emotion in the ways Chura pronounces phrases with twang and grit, alternatingly full of despair, playfulness, and abandon.

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