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august, 2022

04augthuSix Foot Love Series presents: Retrograde Survivors' Club IV7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Event Type :Backyard Concert

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TICKETS: $10/person

Welcome back to the Six Foot Love series at The Wild Detectives. A series of live outdoor performances with numbered seats and limited capacity.

Join us for a special evening of Retrograde Survivors’ Club, taking place outside of Denton for the first time. This recurring series features performances of music, words, and movement featuring beloved DFW artists in collaborations designed to create heart space for listeners to reflect, reorganize, and redo. Come with an open heart and be mesmerized. 

Curated by Leoncarlo Canlas

Dean Adams, Reivin Alexandria, Leoncarlo, Sebastian Parámo, Brianne Sargent, Cami Holman.



is a sonic performing artist, session musician, show curator, musical educator at Lake Highlands School of Music in Dallas, and director of Soundbox Musicworks in Denton, TX. His career took shape while attending the University of North Texas for violin, as Leoncarlo would begin to travel nationwide, performing and speaking at reputable events such as SXSW Festival in Texas, Telluride Bluegrass Festival in Colorado, TEDx Conference in Fargo, and more. He has had the honor of collaboration with esteemed musical acts like Polyphonic Spree, Alejandro Escovedo, and Melanie Safka, to name a few. Leoncarlo released his solo debut album Still Forms in 2016, and is working on new music for an anticipated 2023 release.



Cellist, bass player, synths/keys and vocalist. Co-leader of Skinny Cooks and plays with Polyphonic Spree, Alejandro Escovedo, Mattie and many others. She is also a composer, arranger and producer. She graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy in 2006, attended Booker T Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts from 2002-2005 and graduated from Baldwin-Wallace Music Conservatory in 2010. She has appeared in multiple  articles written by KXT Radio, KERA, the Dallas Observer and Voyage Dallas and has appeared on PBS for the Austin City Music Hall Of Fame induction in 2022—while sharing the stage with Sheila E—playing cello for Alejandro Escovedo. Her bass playing has made it to the Billboard charts with local rapper phenomenon FloZilla on the Truth to Power Project and her cello playing has made it to Billboard charts on the Todd Dulaney song Revelation 4.



Páramo is the author of the forthcoming collection Portrait of Us Burning (Northwestern University Press/Curbstone Books, 2023). His work has recently appeared in or is forthcoming in Split Lip, The Los Angeles Review, Southern Indiana Review, Southeast Review, The Cortland Review, Bennington Review, and elsewhere.

He is the founding editor of The Boiler and Poetry Editor for Deep Vellum.

His work has received fellowships and support from the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, the Breadloaf Writers’ Conference, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Dobie Paisano Fellowship Program at UT-Austin, and CantoMundo. He is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English at Austin College in Sherman, Texas.



Cami has been working in formal education spaces and community spaces to challenge the existing conditions of who holds knowledge, since 2015. Cami Holman questions societal structures and uses dance to heal herself, others and support social transformation.

Before settling into this path, Cami graduated from Booker T Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. She then went on to receive a Bachelor’s in Dance Education from Texas Woman’s University (TWU). Cami works with grassroots dance companies and non-profit organizations that cater to marginalized groups and arts education and returned to TWU to receive her MFA in Dance.

Her work inherently cultivates an awareness and inquiry for participants to challenge their own knowledge, begin to heal, and be part of social transformation.



Multimedia artist and occult ritual performer. When she sings, she enters the Otherworld.



A freelance musician living in Denton, TX.



TICKETS: $10/person

***DISCLAIMER: In case of inclement weather, the show will be held indoors.***

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The Wild Detectives

314 W 8th St, Oak Cliff, Dallas