The Cold and Lovely, Modern Time Machines, Owls

The Satellite presents

The Cold and Lovely

Modern Time Machines

Owls

Thu, January 24, 2013

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

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

$8.00

This event is 21 and over

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The Cold and Lovely
The Cold and Lovely
The Cold & Lovely are Meghan Toohey, Nicole Fiorentino, Patty Schemel with Nicki Nevlin and Melineh Kurdian .

Our debut record is now available on iTunes.​​​
Modern Time Machines
Modern Time Machines
Modern Time Machines’ haunting, bittersweet melodies recall elements of dream pop, new wave, and space rock, and their sound has been described as “a noisy, romantic hurricane for those who like their rock with intricate layers” (Buzzbands.LA). Boy/girl vocal harmonies feature heavily in the band’s feedback-laced love songs, which have drawn comparisons to shoegazers and noiseniks including M83, Medicine and Sonic Youth.

After playing their first show in December 2007, the band’s first single “Dweeb” began receiving strong radio support from Los Angeles’ KROQ 106.7FM. Continually refining their sound, the band garnered noteworthy praise for its shows, playing LA venues such as The Satellite and The Glass House alongside acts including Nightmare Air, The Cold & Lovely, and Letting Up Despite Great Faults, as well as touring Austin, TX for the 2011 SXSW music fest. Music from the band’s 2012 debut LP “Continuity Girl” has also been featured nationally on the Adult Swim TV network with a live performance on the cult hit The Eric Andre Show.

Modern Time Machines is Ben Golomb, Mike Raines, Ryan Connor, and Stacy McClarnon. The band’s forthcoming music video/digital single “Loveletters” will be released in July 2014, and a new EP is in the works for release later this year.
Owls
"Echo Park‘s Owls is less than a year old, yet they’ve already managed to write a solid selection of songs that give a recent throwback to the early aughts post-punk revival. Carrying a peculiar vocal inflection and indie rock alacrity, their sound mimics Interpol after exposed to the California sun. The group is lead by Irish expatriate Sean Kangataran on guitar and vocals but is unique in that they feature horn players as full-time members (Spencer Sussman on trombone/keys and Ken Hirako on trumpet/percussion) and not just as session musicians or tour support. The group will continue to play local shows and plans to release a new song every 60 days." --Dan Frazier, Free Bike Valet
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/