Horisont (from Sweden), The Dirty Streets, Lords of Beacon House

The Satellite Presents

Horisont (from Sweden), The Dirty Streets, Lords of Beacon House

Wed, April 19, 2017

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

$15.00

This event is 21 and over

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Horisont
Horisont
Big of moustache and tight of trouser, Horistont drink from the bottomless wellspring of inspiration that’s been bubbling up through the layers of time since the birth of the blues – or Blue Oyster Cult at the very least.

Theirs is a sound that harks back to the dawn of the 70s, when a new clutch of heads decided it was time to harsh the 60s hippies’ mellow and paint it black; those years when the twin spirit of hard rock and prog rose to redefine sound.
In their earlier years Horisont looked and sounded like the last guys standing at the world’s wildest and darkest party; these are the tight bro’s who laced the punch, torched the dance-floor and rode off into the night on their roaring hogs in a puff of green smoke. “Put the five soldiers of Horisont in a time machine 50 years ahead of time and we would still rock the silver socks of any future man, woman or robot,” frontman Axel once declared.

This quintet’s rock trip might be retro but their songwriting is timeless; a good melody lives forever and Horisont have songs in abundance. New album Odyssey is exactly as its title suggests: an epic journey into the known. A sonic trip. A mighty voyage of sound. You could even call their fourth full release a concept album – although they themselves prefer “space saga”. Either way it’s a brave band who open their album with a ten minute-long track, yet on the album’s title track Horisont dive straight into the deep end, delivering space-rock with all the dexterity and deftness of the very best prog rock’s finest, such as early Yes or Kansas.
The Dirty Streets
The Dirty Streets
The Dirty Streets are a young band from the Memphis area who have no fear of bathing in their proto-punk and soul roots. Their album Portrait of a Man is an obvious product of digging on the likes of MC5, Rolling Stones, James Brown, Cactus, Humble Pie & the Faces.
Lords of Beacon House
After scorching the West Coast’s crowded heavy underground with their 2015 self-titled debut on Hom Hom Hom, Los Angeles trio Lords of Beacon House gave boogie jams a much-needed kick in the ass. Before they get up to no good with Recreational Sorcery, the anticipated follow up full-length, they’ll set the theme on a new split with fellow up-and-comers Great Electric Quest as well as a new EP entitled Fools Gold.

Having hooked up with Midnite Collective in early 2017, the band will be treading a rock and roll revival all their own as they travel throughout the Southeast to the Northwest with a feature slot locked in at Denver’s Electric Funeral Fest this year and make moves to shake up the American territories as they charge onward to what lay ahead in 2018.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/