Radical Face, the nom de tune of Florida’s Ben Cooper [see last week’s post], will cap Buzz Bands LA’s monthly SecondTuesday songwriter night at Lot 1 Cafe tomorrow with an acoustic set. Coming off Saturday’s impressive performance at the 2nd New L.A. Folk Fesival, Radical Face will preview material from his forthcoming album “The Family Tree: The Roots.”
Tuesday’s lineup is not lacking for diversity. Brooklyn-based Cerise [see last week’s post] brings a batch of gothic dream-pop from her Joseph Arthur-produced album-in-the-works. Paulie Pesh [see April’s post], performing with his wife Cristal, offers up his sunny take on classic pop. And starting the evening will be Alanna Lin of Fascinoma [see our post from 2008], who will be debuting some of her new, sharply observational folk-pop.
Admission is $5 at the door; Lot 1 serves beer, wine and food; and the vibe is good. Set times are right here.