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

Wednesday, 10/16/2019

Set Times

Doors at 8:30 | 21+
8:30PM - 9PM | Nadoyel
9:15PM - 9:45PM | Darkplay
10PM-10:30PM | Creating Monsters
10:45PM - 11:15PM | The Absurd
11:30PM - Midnight | Glenneyre
MIDNIGHT | Karma Vulture
**Side Show Act at The Backbar**
Sean Earl (Playing Between Sets)

Times subject to change without notice

Free Show!


The Satellite Presents

Creating Monsters Residency


Introducing: Los Angeles, CA. based, ‘Creating Monsters’. Featuring: Josh Arbour on Vocals & Guitar, Taylor Lebowe on Guitar, Callie Gálvez on Cello, Kamber Fishbein on Bass & Vocals, Greg Cecconi on Drums, Adam Ray Burton on Guitar & Vocals, and Adeline Cimino on Vocals. Influences: Tom Waits, Édith Piaf, Jeff Buckley, Billie Holiday, Jacqueline du Pré, Nick Cave, Ian Curtis, Henry Rollins Band, Royal Blood, and Romantic Gothic Literature. Controversial Topics: Drug Addiction & Alcohol Abuse, Sexuality, Historical Atrocities, and Current Events would help set the lyrical tone for ‘Creating Monsters’. Experience this hauntingly exciting new sound for yourself on 10/09, 10/16, and 10/23 at The Satellite for their October Residency.




The Absurd


In the summer of 2013 at Michigan State University, Ben Foerg and Josh Loney hardly knew each other. Through mutual connections--and because no one else but these losers stays in town over summer break--Josh wound up at Ben's apartment one lonely Fourth of July. Because Josh didn't have Ben's phone number, he threw a rock at his window and shouted, "Hey man, you wanna do some acid?" Though it would be a few years until The Absurd (formerly "Ben Foerg & The Absurd") became a thing, the ensuing drug trip made the pair an inseparable duo. While Josh finished college, Ben went to Colorado to bum around and write folk songs. Josh noticed the potential for a rock band to form, and the seeds of The Absurd were planted. The two moved to Los Angeles late 2014. After five failed drummers (one wound up homeless, another broke his chest--literally), they found current drummer Colin Jensen, an ex-Mormon from Utah searching for his soul while playing Jazz for cash on the streets. The three hit it off, writing enough music to play (poorly) live, starting at places like the now-defunct Black Rose Tavern on the West Side and Rafa's Lounge in Echo Park. Since then--and only after a few grueling years of playing every grungy dive LA has to offer multiple times a week--The Absurd have made their way to becoming regulars at LA staples like The Satellite, Harvard & Stone, The Viper Room, Silverlake Lounge and many, many others.

Karma Vulture


Karma Vulture is a three piece heavy rock band from Los Angeles. Consisting of Conor Soellane on bass and vocals, Will Hammond on guitar, and Nick Bock on drums. Karma Vulture aim to deliver heavy riffs, catchy melodies, and poignant lyrical content to your ear balls. “If it looks like we might be loud, that’s because we are.”