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TRISHES is a project by Trinidadian-American Trish Hosein, created to express Freud's constructs of self (the primal, conscious and spiritual) through spoken word, live looping and vocal effects. Her undeniably original songwriting, fleshed out by hip-hop beats and pop hooks, examines human struggle through an anthropological lens. Hosein began touring the U.S. and abroad after graduating from the Berklee College of Music, and has opened for acts like Damian Marley, Vic Mensa, K. Flay, and Neon Hitch. She’s played festivals like SXSW, CMW, Women’s Red Rock Festival, Cannabis Cup, NAMM and Tune In Tel Aviv, and her performance has garnered critical acclaim from Knoxville, Tennessee to Bangkok, Thailand. Her dynamic live show awes audiences as Hosein takes them into her museum-like mind and creates a sonic blanket with her unique sound. After seeing Hosein perform Marie Claire, Allure and Cosmopolitan writer Shyema Azam called it "Enchanting," continuing, "It wasn't hard to see that this one woman show was super talented, making her own music and expertly layering her voice over catchy tunes as she went along." Hosein's debut EP "Ego" focuses on the entities that define humanity while addressing the current cultural and political climate. Each focus track on the album is aided by art collections and personal essays. Hosein also helps resettle refugees in the Los Angeles area and is a brand ambassador for American Express and Discover LA.