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Sep 2014 11

by Blogbot

This Thursday, September 11th on SuicideGirls Radio, hosts Moxi and Chloe Suicide will be joined in-studio by the singer/songwriter/teen-sensation Diamante (who’s just turned 18!), and Leigh Janiak and Phil Graziadei, the creative team behind the spectacularly creepy new film Honeymoon (#SGProTip: Don’t spent yours in a remote cabin in the woods).

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About Diamante

Diamante kicked off 2014 with back to back singles on the January Billboard Hot Singles Sales Charts, with “Savage” at #5 and “Burns” at #6, peaking to #3 in May with the newest hit release “Bite Your Ass. ” She just scored Best Rock Song at the 2014 Indie Music Channel Awards with “Burns.”

Having just turned 18, this rocker with her self written songs, has also taken home the title of Best Rock Record at the Indie Music Channel Awards two years in a row, as well as wins in the categories of, Best Young Rock Artist, Best Rock Recording, Best Music Video for “Impossible,” and the coveted title of Teen Artist of the Year.

Not only has Diamante climbed the music charts and dominated the award shows, but she has also shared the stage with numerous notable acts including, The Used, Dead Sara, All Time Low, Yellow Card, Cherri Bomb, Stitched Up Heart. This teen rock star has taken the music industry by storm, and won Ernie Battle of the Bands earning a spot at the Vans Warped Tour. She has also wowed huge audiences with recurring live performances at renowned Hollywood hot spots such as The Avalon, Key Club, House of Blues, Whisky a Go-Go, Roxy Theatre, and more.

Recently, Diamante has been working on her own VEVO Verified Live Performance Series, and has been back in the studio working on the anxiously awaited upcoming EP, releasing the it’s first track “Bite Your Kiss.”

For more on Diamante follow her Facebook and Twitter and visit her website.

About Honeymoon / Leigh Janiak / Phil Graziadei

Honeymoon is a super creepy tale of newlyweds Paul and Bea, and how something beautiful can become monstrous. The film was written by Leigh Janiak and Phil Graziadei, and directed by Janiak.

Leigh Janiak’s first obsession with movies grew after becoming particularly enamored with The Goonies. Using her parents’ VHS camcorder, she spent her childhood in suburban Cleveland creating and filming sketches and then starring in and directing plays as the president of her high school theatre troupe. She attended undergraduate at NYU, where she focused on creative writing and comparative religion, studying abroad in Germany and Israel. She then attended graduate school at the University of Chicago, enrolled in a doctoral program in modern Jewish studies with an emphasis on violence and identity in post–World War II Hebrew literature. In Chicago, her passion for filmmaking was reignited by Fire Escape Films, a community of student filmmakers. After working on numerous short films and experimenting with Super 16 and old-school Moviola editing, she ultimately abandoned her PhD and moved to Los Angeles to pursue film full time. In Los Angeles, Leigh worked at Leonardo DiCaprio’s production company, Appian Way, and at Misher Films in both development and production. Leigh and her writing partner, Phil Graziadei, met as undergraduates at NYU. They’ve been friends for over a decade and writing partners since 2005. They’ve written numerous feature films together. Honeymoon is Leigh’s feature film directing debut.

Born and raised in Germany, Phil Graziadei moved to New Hampshire before studying comparative literature at NYU. As a graduate student at the University of Chicago, he taught courses in German language, literature, and film. He has worked as a writer’s and director’s assistant to David Chase. Phil currently lives in Los Angeles, where he is an editor at one of the city’s premiere arts institutions. Honeymoon is Phil’s first produced feature.

For more on Honeymoon visit the Facebook page and website. Honeymoon is released in theaters, on demand, and on iTunes on September 12.

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