The London Souls, Hollerado, Wake Up Lucid

The Satellite presents

The London Souls

Hollerado

Wake Up Lucid

Thu, January 17, 2013

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

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

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The London Souls
The London Souls
The London Souls are thrilled to announce the release of their new album “Here Come The Girls” on January 8th. The follow up to their acclaimed self-titled debut that caught the attention of Rolling Stone, MTV, USA Today and Q104.3 for its raw live feel and which The Wall Street Journal praised for its “authority and intuition,” “Here Come The Girls” is the next step for a creative songwriting duo who is meticulous about the sound of rock n roll.

Following the recording of “Here Come The Girls” in early 2012 at The Bunker Studio in Brooklyn, lead singer / guitarist / songwriter Tash Neal was a victim of a serious hit and run accident when his NYC cab was struck by a BMW drag racing down Broadway. When he arrived at the hospital - unresponsive and near death - doctors immediately performed brain surgery to treat a subdural hematoma. After a medically induced coma and several surgeries, Tash’s progress has been nothing short of a miracle. Tash is now back rehearsing with the band and ready for the release of “Here Come The Girls!”

“Here Come The Girls” reflects the inspired decisions of Tash and drummer / songwriter / singer Chris St. Hilaire made in taking the album in a new direction. By keeping the arrangements simultaneously loose and assured their soulful vocals became the perfect vehicle for this new collection of songs.

From the driving guitars, drums and harmonies on “City Of Light,” to the pop craftsmanship of “Bobby James,” the intimate “Isabel” and the swing of “Valerie,” “Here Come The Girls” sees The London Souls meld a hybrid of styles and showcase a myriad of tones to create a classic record with timeless appeal.

Captivating concertgoers with an awe-inspiring live show, The London Souls have shared the stage with The Roots, The Black Crowes and Big Boi (Outkast), along with selling out national venues like The Bowery Ballroom in NYC. The band has also made fans with stage-stealing performances at SXSW, Mountain Jam and Telluride Blues & Brews. The band’s music has also been heard on VH1, HBO, and CBS.
Hollerado
Hollerado
An intensely loveable quartet and one of Canada’s fastest rising talents, Hollerado have earned their stripes playing with The Dead Weather, Weezer, Fucked Up, Black Lips, Titus Andronicus, and others.

“A terrific 35-minute set, somehow fusing gospel harmony vocals and Neil Young-like electric guitar to a punk-rock kick. Their music was both compact and expansive, abrasive, yet cheerful.” – Boston Herald

“Well-honed and energetic, the band recalled the bulk of melodic '90s rock.” – SF Weekly

“The YouTube buzz band Hollerado blows it up, too, with tunes amusing ("Fake Drugs") and poignant ("Juliette").” – Philadelphia Inquirer
Wake Up Lucid
Wake Up Lucid
Wake Up Lucid doesn't make nice. Not musically, anyway. The band of cousins — Ryan, Ian and Jamie Baca — mete out scuzzy blues you imagine sprung from gear that barely works, seething with emotion and crackling with defiance toward those who would water down rock 'n' roll for the digital age. After thundering onto the scene with the EPs "Look Alive People" and "Sugar," the Bacas found an ally in producer Joe Cardamone (the Icarus Line), who worked with them on their debut full-length (due in August). The album is titled, fittingly, "Feel It," and the title track implores you to do just that: Feel it, 'cause it's going to hurt a little. – Kevin Bronson (Buzzbands.la)
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
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