The Henry Clay People, Comedy sets by the Sklar Brothers, Matt Braunger, Jonah Ray, and Matt Dwyer, Incan Abraham, The Monolators, DJ Kevin Bronson, $2 drink specials + free pool from 7-9pm

Filter Magazine, BuzzBands.LA and The Satellite present

The Henry Clay People

Comedy sets by the Sklar Brothers, Matt Braunger, Jonah Ray, and Matt Dwyer

Incan Abraham

The Monolators

DJ Kevin Bronson

$2 drink specials + free pool from 7-9pm

Mon, December 17, 2012

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 Henry Clay People
The Henry Clay People
After just over 10 years as a band, The Henry Clay People played their final show in August of 2013 and went their separate ways.
Incan Abraham
Incan Abraham
Incan Abraham consists of two pairs of childhood friends, who parted ways, and then reunited. Teddy moved to New York in high school, but when he visited LA in early 2009, we decided to brave the coastal disparity, and form a band.

We convened in Rhinebeck, NY for a month that summer, to record our first EP in a house there. Then, in the autumn of that year, Teddy moved out West, so the project could continue. It's been all fun since then.
The Monolators
The Monolators
The Monolators, a trio from Los Angeles, recently issued Silver Cities, a double 12" EP, their 8th release since forming in Highland Park circa 2002. Silver Cities started from a challenge--it was one of a batch of songs written very quickly by Eli Monolator in May 2010 in an attempt to write and record a 5-song solo EP on an old 4-track deck in five days. The original version of the title song was spare, with just drum machine, one guitar, thudding bass, and vocals--but under the influence of (a) Krautrock cult group La Dusseldorf and (b) ABBA, the Monolators decided to re-record the song as a group using pianos, choral harmonies, synth leads, feedback, and swirling phaser effects. All of the other songs on the EP followed suit, and Luke Ehret (boxViolet)'s production allowed for a bigger, more orchestrated sound than anything the Monolators have yet attempted. For a band usually classified as 'garage rock' there's also a wider range of pop-informed and electronic styles than on previous Monolators records, from the Spaghetti Western/disco hybrid "I'll Be Glad When He's Gone" to the murky, dancey closer, a song about a girl with blue eyes, silver bangs, and a Ford pickup truck.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/