LA Font, Sego, Spaceships, Doja Cat

The Satellite presents

LA Font

Sego

Spaceships

Doja Cat

Mon, July 14, 2014

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

Facebook comments:

LA Font
LA Font
"Hovering just under LA’s radar, but quickly coming into view, is the City of Angels' LA Font. ... Already comparisons are being drawn between modern peers like Speedy Ortiz and ’90s influences like Built to Spill and Pavement. It’s a compliment to the band’s tight drum-bass combo and witty lyrics, yet a disservice to a group that’s clearly growing into its own sound, with thick guitar hooks and orchestral flourishes, who are ready to forge their own path." – Filter

"We love LA Font. If you don't know them, you should reconsider a few things about your life, like whether or not you're cool." - Vice
Sego
Sego
Having used the same escape hatch from Utah as fellow Provo natives the Moth & the Flame, Spencer Petersen and Thomas Carroll have played in L.A. bands such as Eyes Lips Eyes and SWIMM. Now singer-guitarist Petersen is debuting his own project, Sego, and judging from the first single "20 Years Tall," it ought to bring all the early-Aughts dance-punk fans out of the woodwork. Wiry and wry, the song has drawn immediate comparisons to Bloc Party and LCD Soundsystem, but it deftly stays away from formula, not wearing out the chorus' welcome and injecting a surprising breakdown 2 1/2 minutes in. Mike Goldman and Mike Griffin will join Petersen and Carroll to round out the live lineup. More, please. - Buzz Bands LA
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
Doja Cat
With a voice that echoes the greats of Jazz, a flow that rivals every
body's favorite rapper, and a vibe that is edgy, soulful, and
completely natural. Introducing the beautiful, 18 year old Los
Angeles Native, DOJA CAT. Her swag is poetic, her sound is epic, and her success is eminent. MAU.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/