Doors at 8:30 | 21+
9 - Nicole Kiki Jaffe
10 - Georgi Kay
11 - All Things Blue
with Wild Riot's Ink Squad
$10 Flash Tats at The Backbar
Advance ticket price: $10.00
Day of Show ticket price: $12.00
The Satellite & Wild Riot Present
All Things Blue is a female lead, Psychedelic Alternative Pop-Rock band. With influences like Tame Impala, MGMT, Sylvan Esso, Mac Demarco, Foster The People, and Warpaint, All Things Blue sticks to it’s alternative roots, but incorporates sounds from different genres such as hip-hop, R&B, and folk. ATB makes music that can alter your emotions, take your mind to other places, and make you want to dance all at the same time. 60’s flower child meets 90’s garage grunge with a modern electronic flare is making for a new sound on the west coast.
With a love for creating and looping electronic beats, bass, synths and vocal chops - GEORGI KAY is a 25 year old British-Australian artist based in LA who has received multiple awards for her original work, songwriting and collaborations over the years. She has won both an ARIA award, multiple APRA awards and received a Grammy nomination for her song 'In My Mind' - the 2012 dance anthem collaboration with Aussie DJ's Feenixpawl, Ivan Gough & Axwell from Swedish House Mafia. In 2018, Lithuanian DJ Dynoro released his remix of 'In My Mind' - skyrocketing the grand total streams of the timeless dance anthem to over half a billion streams. Gathering inspiration from old sci-fi and horror films, elements of deep house, 80’s inspired synths and a love for the weird and the macabre - audiences around the world have been seduced by GEORGI’s hypnotic and energetic live shows, her brooding, husky vocal tones and her honest, symbolic and often ambiguous songwriting – always leaving them wanting more.
A rock and roll spirit with a soulful tone, she holds nothing back from her audience and leaves everything on the stage. Raised in Southern California, Nicole has developed her sound on stages all across Los Angeles, from the Satellite, to Harvard and Stone, Resident LA, and Hotel Cafe. Last year, she had the honor of opening for Lauren Ruth Ward at the Echo, playing the LA Weekly Live Music Stage at the Chinese New Year Festival, and playing the Buzzbands LA Stage at Echo Park Rising. Nicole draws from influences in classic rock, folk, and musical theatre and is currently wrapping up her first studio album, titled ‘Matte Black.’ Her melodies are musical cathedrals, with lyrics that both cut and heal. Her songs are fearless reminders that rock and roll was born in the rhythm, and the blues.