A Tribute to AC/DC featuring Brian Whelan & Mitch Marine, Troup, Spaceships, Paper Pilots, The Mo-Odds, Black Belt Karate & more TBA. $2 Drink Specials 8-9pm

The Satellite presents

A Tribute to AC/DC featuring Brian Whelan & Mitch Marine, Troup, Spaceships, Paper Pilots, The Mo-Odds, Black Belt Karate & more TBA. $2 Drink Specials 8-9pm

Tue, February 19, 2013

Doors: 2:00 am / 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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A Tribute to AC/DC
A Tribute to AC/DC
Our estimable tribute nights continue, with an homage to Australia's poet laureates of wall shakin', earth quakin' rock about the virtues of American thighs - AC/DC! Stay tuned for all the special guests performing!
The Mo-Odds
The Mo-Odds
Paper Pilots
Paper Pilots
In the grandest tradition of pop, Paper Pilots' sound is intently familiar. Sitting somewhere between the worlds of contemporary indie pop and 60's British rock music, Los Angeles arrival Justin David Bocchieri sets forth to revive classic songwriting by way of lush, grandiose arrangements and illustrated by lyrical waxing worthy of dialogue banter between Ringo & Marc Bolan during Born To Boogie.

"The lead single (with its intentionally etymologically challenged title) “Lacksadaisical” recalls both the orchestrated jangle and pop pep that characterized much of the U.K. indie scene in the 1990s. If you occasionally run across bands like the Trashcan Sinatras and smile, Paper Pilots can steer you back to that pop place." -Buzzbands.la

Paper Pilots debut EP also includes contributions from drummer Stephen Edelstein (Caught A Ghost), bassist Ryan Hailey (Orlando Napier Band), lead guitar Evan Winsor (Bluegrass band, The Get Down Boys), and a first time behind the producer's desk for John Girgus (Ex-Sarah Records Aberdeen).
Troup
Troup
Spaceships
Spaceships
Bedroom-garage style band from Los Angeles, Spaceships, write songs about life, mountains, and also other things like death and working. Spaceships is formed by Jessie Waite and Kevin LaRose. They released their first EP in January 2012, and in August 2012 played at Origami Vinyl for the celebration of their 7” release. ­

What others say about Spaceships:

"Exceedingly lo-fi L.A. garage-punk waifishness with frontwoman Jessie Waite’s vocals achieving a perfect combo of nasally disaffection and defiance."  – Spin
"In the six songs on their extensively replayable self-titled EP, Waite and co-conspirator Kevin LaRose go a long way to capture the greatness of 90’s lo-fi without brazenly imitating the decade’s marquee indie acts. They play with Clinton-era indie, garage, and even grunge with a true punk’s sense of irreverence, exceedingly competent at getting the sound and feeling right, but also defiantly infusing their own personality." - Douglas Martin's Dirty Shoes on Passion of the Weiss

"Their reverb-drenched vocals, chugging electric guitar and solid percussion do the job if you ever need help reverting to a young punk again." -Buzzbands LA
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/