Facial, Color Caves, Clear, Low Hum

The Satellite Presents

Facial

Color Caves

Clear

Low Hum

Wed, July 26, 2017

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

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is 21 and over

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Facial
Facial
FACIAL makes the noise that cuts like a chainsaw through the thick buildup of residue in your mind, left behind by years of dealing with the dull banality of life.
They take the dead parts of your brain killed by mundane repetition and blasts it away with a pressure hose, while the low end rattles all the barnacles off your body and pounds you the way you are always afraid to ask for. Sweet melodies interchange with primal screaming as you fluctuate between comfort and discomfort, horror and jubilation, familiarity and utter confusion.

FACIAL aren’t always making sense. In fact, they have been known to not make sense at all. It makes perfect sense considering the difficulty of true communication. This is due to the subjective nature of reality, lack of attention due to mass distraction, and the fact that anything anybody does can be taken out of context and framed to be perceived in any which way you want! These are just a few factors, so imagine trying to boil down a live, complex organism, such as a band, to a concise couple of paragraphs, using words! what a difficult task!

Who wants to read anyways! What could somebody read about a band that would even peak their interest? A cute story? Their musical references and antecedents? Perhaps some affiliation with a more well-known artist? Maybe we are completely bored with words now and they have lost all actual meaning, and only the right combination of emojis will titillate interest anymore?
If FACIAL were to be represented only by emojis, it would probably be: The guy with sunglasses on, Upside-down smiley guy, and The guy with x’s for eyes. bored to death.
Color Caves
Color Caves
Color Caves is Django Stewart (Nightmare and the Cat), Dash Hutton (Haim/Wires on Fire/Slang Chickens), Michael Lemmo, and Keith Karman. A rock quartet, based out of Los Angeles, currently recording their debut EP with producer/engineer Manny Nieto (HEALTH, Circle Jerks, The Breeders).
Low Hum
Low Hum
A cinematic romanticism rolls throughout Low Hum's music, befitting the sort of larger than life moments that carry our dreams. The solo project of Collin Desha, Low Hum's early musical offerings carry a sense of risk taking in the face of emotional uncertainty, evolving with an unbridled optimism and assured confidence.

Written, produced and mixed at Desha's home studio in Silver Lake, Collin found inspiration in his relationship with the ocean, conceptually entwining his approach to surfing and making music. The results are incredibly emotive tracks that nod to Elliot Smith, Tame Impala and classic soul, distorted in their tones but pure in their messaging as they exude peaceful confidence in ebbs and flows. Just as the sea may embody nature's most extreme violence and calm, Low Hum's fuzzed out ballads are at once aggressive psych jammers balanced with a range of vulnerability that comes crashing ashore.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/