Radiophonic live at Liquid Lounge
Radiophonic
Proving that great musical chemistry can make bands rise from the dead, Radiophonic is a reincarnation of 3 Shot West, the rock trio that came together in Dallas around 2000. Added to Radiophonic is bassist Daniel Loyd, freeing longtime members Brian Aldsworth and Graham Duncan to create intricate multilayered guitar parts for the new album. Radiophonic writes passionate music that marries pop sensibilities with innovative musical leaps, with notes of Coldplay, Explosions in the Sky, Jeff Buckey and Afghan Wigs.
I Could Have Been a Rocket Scientist, Radiophonic

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Brian Aldsworth

Artist Census


Name: Brian Aldsworth

Instrument(s): Guitar, Bass, Drums

Discography:

EP Without a Name, Rhino/Gibb's Free Energy Band, 1994
Dr. Muffinbiscuit's Evil Peanut Butter Plot, Brian Aldsworth, 1996
Clarke Nova, Clarke Nova, 1996
Library Music, Clarke Nova, 1997
radiophonic, 3 Shot West, 2000
Since You Weren't There - Live, 3 Shot West, 2001


Influences: Graham Duncan. Francis Dunnery. Buckley. E.Smith. TOD.

In your CD player now: Nothing, but my MP3 player is very, very satisfied.

Guilty pleasure: Zappa, video games.

The first song you learned to play: "One I Love", by REM. The year was 1989.

Current projects: Radiophonic debut, Spring 2007

Favorite candy: It's all about chocolate, I'm afraid.

Best old movie: The Dark Crystal

Best new movie: Talledega Nights

Current hometown: Austin, TX

Previous hometowns: Dallas, Boston, Washington D.C.

Anything else about you?: I like butter. I was the president of Mexico. I invented 'Fix-A-Flat'. Chicks dig me. I scored an 1200 on my SAT's but that score was revoked because of steroids use. I flunked college. I graduated college. I'm still paying for college. I wrote a novel about yuppie pyschokillers with Christian Bale in mind. I was cryogenically frozen and revived. Walt Disney is doing just fine. I'm an expert in a very small subset of 80's pop culture. In 2005 I was married. In 2006, I became a father. I'm coy, but clever.

Webpage: radiophonicmusic.com (opens in new window)
Graham Duncan

Artist Census


Name: Graham Duncan

Instrument(s): Vocals, Guitar

Discography:

T.H.C., T.H.C (cassette), 1993
Sweet Idiots, Sweet Idiots, 1993
Graham Duncan, Graham Duncan, 1997
radiophonic, 3 Shot West, 2000
Since You Weren't There - Live, 3 Shot West, 2001
v.I, heliopause, 2006
v.ii, heliopause, 2008


Influences: Daniel Lanois, Jeff Buckley, Vernon Reid/Living Colour, U2, Björk, Radiohead, The Flaming Lips, The Beatles, Camper Van Beethoven, Cracker, Davíd Garza, Cake, They Might Be Giants, R.E.M., Freedy Johnston, Peter Gabriel, Beck, Steve Earle, Julie Miller, Matthew Sweet

In your CD player now: Fox Confessor Brings The Flood, Neko Case

Guilty pleasure: Madonna, Belle and Sebastian

The first song you learned to play: My guitar teacher made me learn "Stairway To Heaven;" Brian Aldsworth made me play rhythm to "Sweet Child O' Mine"

Current projects: Radiophonic, Finest Wines of Idaho, heliopause

Favorite candy: anything chocolate...

Best old movie: Way harder than the influences! Harold and Maude, The Philadelphia Story, The Producers

Best new movie: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Lost in Translation, The Royal Tenenbaums

Current hometown: Dallas TX

Previous hometowns: Mill Cove, Nova Scotia, Bethesda MD, Unionville Ontario, Poolesville MD, Madison WI, Dallas TX, Urbana IL

Anything else about you?: I wonder how my friends can stand me.

Webpage: radiophonicmusic.com (opens in new window)


Michael Galante

Artist Census


Name: Michael Galante

Instrument(s): drums, percussion

Discography:

radiophonic, 3 Shot West, 2000
Since You Weren't there, 3 Shot West, 2001
Figure 1.a, Foursidecircle, 2002
Barakus, (EP) Barakus, 2005


Influences: Jane's Addiction, Led Zeppelin, The Cure, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Charlatans UK

In your CD player now: Muse, Black Holes & Revelations and Pink Floyd, Momentary Lapse of Reason

Guilty pleasure: Def Leppard

The first song you learned to play: Hard to pinpoint exactly, but I would have to guess it was "God Save the Queen," Sex Pistols

Current projects: Radiphonic, Playing with Monica Allison, a nyc piano based singer-songwriter. Also playing with former Barakus front-man Matt Code.

Favorite candy: reeses pieces

Best old movie: is Willy Wonka old enough to count?

Best new movie: the new Superman was pretty decent

Current hometown: Queens, NY

Previous hometowns: Washington, D.C. area

Anything else about you?: Berklee Music Passport

Webpage: radiophonicmusic.com (opens in new window)

Daniel Loyd

Artist Census


Name: Daniel Loyd

Instrument(s): bass, piano, banjo, percussion

Former Bands: Human Life Index, Holeshot, Clarke Nova; Indecision

Discography:

Clarke Nova, Clarke Nova, 1996
Library Music, Clarke Nova, 1997

Influences: Geddy Lee, Steve Harris, Joe Lally, Bunny Brunel

In your player now: Jim White, In Flames, American Analog Set, Underoath, Explosions in the Sky

Guilty pleasure: Screamo

The first song you learned to play: Twinkle Twinkle little star, on the piano.

Current projects: Family, Radiophonic and Editing Filter on G4 Television

Favorite candy: Dark Chocolate, 70%

Best old movie: Ghostbusters, anything by the Marx Brothers

Best new movie: Oldboy, City of God

Current hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Previous hometowns: Bronx, NY; Austin, TX; Houston, TX

Anything else about you?: I have a wonderful wife and daughter which happily take up most of my time. Any extra finds me on my bike by the beach or reading a good book; right now, A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin.

Webpage: radiophonicmusic.com (opens in new window)