Friday, 08/10/2018

Set Times

Doors at 8:30
8:45 - Todavia
9:30 - Sleep Still
10:20 - Wild Signals
11:15 - All Things Blue

Times subject to change without notice

Advance ticket price: $10.00

Day of Show ticket price: $12.00

The Satellite Presents

All Things Blue


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.

Wild Signals


Los Angeles based Dream Pop band Wild Signals was formed in 2017 by vocalists/guitarists Noël Brydebell and Nicole Ridgely, drummer Josh Renkow, and bassist Ben Keysaer. Mixing intricate layers of Post Rock with haunting melodies reminiscent of '90s Shoegaze, the result is a perpetual wave of texture and sound. The band is currently working on their debut EP, due for release Fall 2018.

Sleep Still


Sleep Still is a Los Angeles based rock band drawing influences from Shoegaze, Dream Pop, Post Rock, and Post Punk to create an impassioned nostalgic and modern soundscape. Female/male lead vocals blend to evoke an ethereal and melancholy introspection, dynamic wall of sound guitar layers, and dizzying synth sounds contribute to the LA natives memorable and expressive sound.



Seattle-based dream-gazer Todavía aka self-releasing multi instrumentalist Rhyan Riesgo has just released the stunning first single entitled ‘Sin Iris’ from the soon to be named new EP, penned in for release in early summer 2018. Following on from 2017’s stunning full length album ‘Shyness’ (which earned Todavía a coveted spot on our best of 2017 year end tally) Rhyan moved lock, stock and barrel from Los Angeles to Seattle and we reckon this move has only solidified the outfits overall sound. Distinctly dreamy, with hushed synth swells, sequenced percussion, swirling guitars and shimmering reverberation all circumnavigating that almost ethereal vocal tone, Todavía is a sonic force to be reckoned with again this year.