To enter The Satellite, you must be 21 years of age or older. No exceptions.

Wednesday, 06/05/2019

Set Times

Doors at 8 | 21+
8:30 - Possible Oceans
9:15 - D I A M O N D S
10 - HVNNIBVL
10:45 - Wolf Woodcock
Plus DJ Cheap Business spinning
between sets!

Times subject to change without notice

Advance ticket price: $8.00

Day of Show ticket price: $10.00

The Satellite Presents

HVNNIBVL


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John Jacob Hannibal V was born in Buffalo, NY. From the age of 12 John first began creating music. After years of development, HVNNIBVL catapulted onto the scene in 2016 with songs “Lose” and “No Cover”, which charted on Spotify UK’s viral list in 2016 and 2017. 2017 also included openings for Lil Uzi Vert, blackbear, Poppy, THEY., & more. The year's big independent single, "On & On” and its remixes proved to be a success, as the Evix remix gathered over 1 Million plays on Trap Nation, while the original was featured in Clash Magazine. 2017 also included vocal features with duo It's Different, amassing millions of streams with songs “Will You I Will” and “Holding On”. In 2018, HVNNIBVL has seen success from his remix for PRMD Music (Every Wave - HVNNIBVL Remix), and work with frequent Zedd collaborator, artist KDrew. Their single “Body of Gold” was featured in Apple Music’s “Hot Tracks” and “A List: Dance” for weeks. His independent singles from Summer 2018, “The Day I Let You Go” and “More Than Enough”, have caught the attention of thousands on streaming services, and features a Dance remix package from HVNNIBVL himself from November - December 2018. Summer of 2019 will prove strong for HVNNIBVL as he releases his first new wave of music since 2018. “My mission is to create and inspire”, a quote consistently featured in the artist’s biographies, and in interviews.

Wolf Woodcock


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Wolf Woodcock is a Los Angeles based performer and composer. Performing in many bands all over the LA scene including VS Colour, Jennylee (Warpaint), and Alyeska, he also has been carefully crafting and releasing solo material since he was sixteen. His music has been described as emo jazz and regularly features a horn section and heavy guitar work. After releasing an EP in 2017 entitled Cove via Chain Letter Collective and a new single "How?" via MAXMLN Records, he is currently working on his debut LP.

Possible Oceans


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Possible Oceans is an LA based experimental indie rock band led by singer/guitarist Trevor O’Neill and long-time songwriting partner Daniel Berkman. Their sound is comprised of driving rhythms, pulsing synths, and interweaving guitar lines, which form the perfect landscape for O’Neill’s stirring vocals and intimate lyrics. Informed by O’Neill’s study of world music cultures at UCLA’s Ethnomusicology department, and drawing on influences as varied as The National, Queens of the Stone Age, and New Order, the group creates songs that sit just outside what you would expect from indie rock. Their latest single, “Falling Backwards,” will be released in June 2019. Produced and engineered by Jules de Gasperis (Low Hum, James Supercave, Bleached), the track finds the group exploring new facets of their sound, embracing a more chorus driven form while remaining true to the swirling guitars and decadent soundscapes that have always defined their sound. “Falling Backwards” will be accompanied by a video shot by photographer James Juarez and directed by O’Neill.

D I A M O N D S


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D I A M O N D S is the solo project and band of Los Angeles stage performer/singer-songwriter Joseph Gárate whose style of existential pop and misrerabilist meditation has showcased at such festivals as Lightning In A Bottle, Make Music Pasadena, and Echo Park Rising as well at opening slots for Moving Units and Jennylee. This month D I A M O N D S will release a 7" and Cassette double A-side We Will Always Be Alone / Cry .