The Revies, Lucy Arnell, Strange Phases, Singer & the Scientist

The Satellite Presents

The Revies

Lucy Arnell

Strange Phases

Singer & the Scientist

Mon, October 9, 2017

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

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

FREE

This event is 21 and over

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The Revies
The Revies
The Revies started out in Monterrey, Mexico in 2007 and moved to Los Angeles in 2015. The musical style of the band can be described as classic rock and rockabilly, with vocal harmonies fused into Latin rhythms here and there, and Zeppelin style guitar riffs which can lead to pretty raucous and energetic performances. Recognition for the Revies' music earned them the privilege of playing in several big-time festivals in Mexico, some headlined by recognized Latino bands like Molotov, Enanitos Verdes, or Kinky, as well as other musical legends such as Def Leppard and Cypress Hill. The band's most recent release is titled "Heartwoken". Currently, the Revies are made up of Etienne Rosas (vocals/rhythm guitar), Carlos Rosas (bass/keyboard) and James Syme (drums). We intuit you'll be into it.
Lucy Arnell
Lucy Arnell
Lucy Arnell (b. August 22, 1989) is an American indie psych-rock singer, songwriter, and guitarist based in Los Angeles, CA. Her music has been compared to that of The Breeders and Jefferson Airplane, and incorporates a diverse array of contemporary styles. Her live performances showcase notably catchy, sincere songwriting and extended improvisational sections.

Her style is partially defined by a unique approach to the guitar, which incorporates many elements of what she would consider to be a classic attitude towards the instrument. Her songwriting has been praised as being thoughtful and original while also being memorable and cool.

She's played and/or recorded with the likes of Jon Fishman (Phish) and Butch Norton (Eels). She's recorded and released one EP and one LP, all co-written with and produced by guitarist-multi instrumentalist Jason Abraham Roberts (Norah Jones).
Strange Phases
Strange Phases
Stange Phases was born from the vision of guitarist/vocalist Curt Barlage in 2015. Fresh from the split of his previous band, The Bixby Knolls, Curt instantly immersed himself in the dim, red lights and cigarette haze of an east downtown Los Angeles studio to begin the next chapter of his musical endeavors. Joined by drummer Travis Drum, acquainted by chance meeting, the pair would move beyond the notion that Strange Phases was just a creative hub of scattered ideas and late night demos. Guitarist/keyboardist Monica Mendoza and bassist Patrick Mertens soon joined, completing the line-up and fully functional force known as Strange Phases.

10 songs would be created, compiled and recorded throughout 2016 for a debut full length album titled, Art of Restart. Driven, yet atmospheric guitars take a front seat, along with confident vocal melodies carried by words of hopefulness, frustration, societal indignation and spiritual freedom. Vintage organs, analog synths, violins, and cellos are entwined with the thunder of the rhythm section, while a Japanese Koto makes several cameos.

Art of Restart, the debut release from Strange Phases is due out in autumn of 2017.
Singer & the Scientist
Singer & the Scientist
SINGER & THE SCIENTIST is Los Angeles Electronic Pop duo. Kenley is the voice, the melody that gets stuck in your brain; the modern-front woman who fills the room with energy. Steve is the architect, the root of the sound; the alchemist as obsessed by the process as he is by the product. Together they emit a very modern electronic pop sound, multifaceted; with traces of alt-rock, dance, and some darker tones, while never forgetting their indie sensibilities. They are currently promoting their debut album “Electric Heartbreak”.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/