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Cosmic Trigger is a science project, that happens to make music. Experiencing life and then using music as a platform for a personal, beyond the tip of the iceberg, interpretation of all this energy being slung between the human race, is what brought Andy Lutzka (Guitars, Vox), Joe Costello (Bass, Drums, Vox), Patrick Little (Vox), and Taylor Wade (Drums, Bass, Vox) to California, and eventually joined thoughts into creating music collectively. They get their name from a life changing book by Robert Anton Wilson, in which they all found something that they could apply directly to their music as well as their lives. Not being able to single out a genre, Cosmic Trigger cannot deny that it pulls from its many influences in Reggae, Funk, and Blues, but it also wants to stray away from any one stereotype by making the lines between the different mediums accurate, yet blurry at the same time. Cosmic Trigger is finishing up their first demo, a 6 track street fight between a funk regime of the 70's and a dance beat aficionado (Minus the sirens and glowsticks). They are happy with the process of the recording, but feel that its hard to harness sing alongs, sweat dripping onto a riveting guitar solo, bass rattling your ribcage , and drumsticks breaking every other song, in the studio. Cosmic Trigger is trying to create something that you want to grab onto, but can't because half the equation involves yourself. All you can do is take the idea, apply directly to your lifestyle, and call them in the morning. Cosmic Trigger will assess the crowd, and rock their faces accordingly, so if you want to sip on a martini and "lounge", there are a lot of places in hollywood with low lighting and equally dull company. But if you want to get sprayed with beer in the front row, but you don't care that your sweating and smell because chances are someone to your standards is shaking ass in your vicentity, hit up a Cosmic Trigger show any night of the week.