The Henry Clay People, So Many Wizards, Steelwells, Future Ghost, DJ Neil Shield (Origami Vinyl), $2 PBR/Well Drinks + $5 cocktails 6-9pm plus enter to win free entry for all of 2013!

Origami Vinyl and Filter Magazine present

The Henry Clay People, So Many Wizards, Steelwells, Future Ghost, DJ Neil Shield (Origami Vinyl), $2 PBR/Well Drinks + $5 cocktails 6-9pm plus enter to win free entry for all of 2013!

Mon, December 3, 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.
So Many Wizards
So Many Wizards
So Many Wizards, a dynamic four piece from Los Angeles, has been causing a stir with furious live performances and a sound that Aquarium Drunkard describes as an “enigmatic blend of pop, rock, ballads, and zany nuggets” that come together to form “a cohesive whole.” The band started as the solo project of Nima Kazerouni, who crafted the first So Many Wizards songs to cope with his anxiety after a childhood that began with an escape from war-torn Iran and took him through Europe, South America, and a month in the ghettos of Kingston, Jamaica before landing him in LA. On the strength of his debut EP, Tree,Kazerouni found a community of musicians at famed underground venues like the Smell and Pehrspace and recruited a band of scene veterans including Erik Felix, Geoff Geis, and Frank Maston. As a four-piece, the band has become a centerpiece of LA’s vibrant DIY scene, recently representing the “new class” at the Smell’s sold out 14th Anniversary show with Best Coast and Abe Vigoda. A staple of Southern California college radio since the 2009 release of “Fly a Kite,” So Many Wizards earned airplay on BBC 1 with the 2011 single “Inner City” and was subsequently invited to tour the UK in March of 2012.
Missing Teen
Missing Teen
Future Ghost is a Los Angeles based band that formed in early 2008. From the first jam session in a Silverlake apartment, they knew this was the beginning of a long lasting and incredibly loud relationship.
Future Ghost songs pulse with emotion and rigorous tension. Lead singer, Brandon Tomas' often harsh delivery are completed with bassist, Kim Hellweg's ghostly harmonies. With swirling guitar riffs, growling bass, and a pulverizing drum cadence from Brandon Hardy, their sound is loud and gritty, while maintaining a certain hypnotic quality.
Future Ghost has shared the stage with many established Los Angeles bands like Dead Sara, Pyyramids, White Arrows, NO, Youngblood Hawke, Vanaprasta, and after bombastic performances at the 2011 Silverlake Jubilee Festival and the 2012 Echo Park Rising Festival, Future Ghost are on their way to conquering the LA music scene and beyond.
After three years of honing their style, gigging, writing and recording, Future Ghost will unveil their first full-length album "Missing Teen," produced by Pete Lyman (No Age, Abe Vigoda, Waaves) at Infrasonic Sound in Los Angeles.
The record will take you back to what you miss most about the 90s and punk rock. Fans have compared the band to The Pixies, Pavement, Fugazi and even Nirvana. The record is filled with unforgettable melodies stemming from the heart-on-your-sleeve vocals and hooky, thrashing guitar lines that are all embraced by its heavy rhythms and punchy bass lines.

The projected release date for the album is Fall 2012.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/