The Reflections, Tashaki Miyaki, Joel Jerome (of Dios), DJ Ana Calderon, $2 Well Drinks / PBR from 8-9pm

The Satellite presents

The Reflections

Tashaki Miyaki

Joel Jerome (of Dios)

DJ Ana Calderon

$2 Well Drinks / PBR from 8-9pm

Sun, February 3, 2013

Doors: 8:30 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 Reflections
The Reflections
"The Reflections began when Darian Zahedi and Jon Safley began collaborating together in early 2012, often sending ideas back and forth while on the road with other projects. They spent the better part of Spring 2012 recording an album's worth of songs at Brightstreet Recorders with producer/engineer, Kenny Woods (Jenny Lewis, Lykke Li, Vampire Weekend). Lauded by the likes of Impose, Spinner, Filter and NME for their hypnotic blend of chugging base lines and cool indie pop, The Reflections are prepping for the release of their debut LP, Limerence later this year."
Tashaki Miyaki
Tashaki Miyaki
"Menace and mystery surround this female Jesus and Mary Chain, whose vocals cut like honey-coated razor blades" - The Guardian

"Tashaki Miyaki has a sound to them that is both very old and new at the same time, with a haunting beauty that fascinates me. Listening to their music brings to mind something of a mix of David Lynch and the Cowboy Junkies, but not because of a comparable look or style, but because of the emotional resonance of their unique sound." - CBS News

"...so pretty I'm afraid saying anything else might diminish it." - FADER

" [Tashaki Miyaki] are being touted as the female Jesus and Mary Chain thanks to dreamy songs like "Somethin' is Better Than Nothin,'" and we're not about to argue." - NYLON magazine

" It has that heavy, heavy, sullen feeling at the start.. and once the sullen vocals kick in I'm totally won over, every single time." - NME
Joel Jerome (of Dios)
Joel Jerome (of Dios)
i record all the time. old stuff, new stuff, covers, and everything else. i record with friends but mostly by myself. recording music is my thing.
DJ Ana Calderon
DJ Ana Calderon
A native of Peru, Ana Calderon was born into
a culture of music and art. With her father
being a seventies psychedelic musician, and
her mother an American artist, she grew up
with an insight many don't experience at such
young age. Immigrating to Kansas when she
was 6, heavy into rock and pop music by high
school - she knew her place was in music.
After working on rock shows in college, she
packed up her car on a whim and took a job in
production at punk label in Southern
Californiaʼs Valley. Once there, she became
acquainted with Steve Aoki and not too far
after became a manager at Dim Mak
Records. Working hand in hand with Steve on
the popular indie label, she was reminded of the creative freedom that she missed from college.

After some reluctance, she soon accepted her evolution into DJing and started spinning under the name ANA DIM MAK, with Steve serving as her mentor of sorts. In 2008 she left Dim Mak and presented club nights of
her own, establishing herself as a trusted band and celeb favorite. Long gone were the dance sets of Dim Mak,
Ana became known for her hit-after-hit crowd pleasing mix of oldies and modern indie rock. Without effort, Ana
became Hollywoodʼs go-to DJ.
In the past few years Ana has toured all over the country and abroad, making a name for herself everywhere
she lands. Recently she has DJed events such as: BMF Mediaʼs “The Music Lounge” @ Lollapalooza;
Lacosteʼs Coachella Party; Dieselʼs Coachella Party; 3OH!3, Cobra Starship, & La Roux shows @ Club Nokia;
She was handpicked to DJ at Broken Bells very first show and soon their public debut @ The Fonda Music
Box; Bamboozle East & Westʼs VIP tent (she was the only one asked to DJ this VIP tent); Prevention
Magazine Event @ Montage Beverly Hills, Babycakes Los Angeles Launch Party, Manifest Equality Event,
various Fred Segal Events, various Carrera Escape Events, The Cobrasnake Pawn Shop Opening, to name a
few.

Since splitting with DIM MAK, she continues to DJ simply and unpretentiously as Ana Calderon. She currently
runs successful Los Angeles hot spot club “La Boum” on Wednesdays at Bardot, now in its second year and
the club almost always reaches capacity week after week. There is more on the horizon for Ana: music
curating, production, more events and weekly clubs coming up both in LA and NYC. She is currently working
on creating a live DJ set accompanied with bongo drums and other acoustic instruments, ready to debut in
Spring 2011. With the momentum she's continued to build she will continue to entertain crowds for years to
come.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/