NEW LANGUAGE September Residency with Cuesta Loeb, Convey, The New Pacific, DJ Richard

The Satellite Presents

NEW LANGUAGE September Residency with Cuesta Loeb, Convey, The New Pacific, DJ Richard

Mon, September 4, 2017

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA


This event is 21 and over

Amna Basheer will be painting LIVE during New Language's set, and tattoo artist ℕikie ℕouveau will be doing $10 tattoos - first come, first served, so get there early! We'll also have $1 beer flights from Golden Road available from 8 - 9pm (one per person / while supplies last).

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NEW LANGUAGE is a band out of Los Angeles created by Tyler Demorest and Matt Cohen. The two joined forces with a friend of theirs, Tony Hajjar of At The Drive In / Sparta, to produce new music. Intentions of creating an EP quickly turned into a summer of writing and recording the full album.

NEW LANGUAGE made their debut performance in April 2016 to a sold out crowd as direct support to Gone Is Gone (Queens of the Stone Age, Mastodon, At The Drive In) in Los Angeles, CA.

In August 2016, the group embarked on a 6 week North American Tour as direct support to The Used on the 15 Year ‘Self Titled / In Love and Death’ Anniversary Tour.

NEW LANGUAGE released their debut album ‘COME ALIVE’ on March 3rd, 2017 for free download on their website and support the release with a month long west coast headlining tour.

The debut single “WAKE UP” was premiered by Richard Kingsmill on TripleJ Radio, followed by “Frantic Believer” on SiriusXM Octane’s ‘Test Drive’ Show’

Get into it.

Alternative Press ’12 Bands You Ought To Know’
“Lead vocalist Tyler Demorest brings it way loud, reminiscent of early Thrice, while the weight of the bass and drums in the score shoots a nod to Queens of the Stone Age.”
Cuesta Loeb
NYC native, Christina Cuesta Loeb (who dropped the "Christina" for her debut solo project) comes from a family of musicians. Born to world-renown jazz guitarist Chuck Loeb and Spanish singer-songwriter/actress Carmen Cuesta, she grew up between the US and Spain, studying classical flute and bassoon. While she really enjoyed performing and playing in orchestras, Cuesta Loeb was unable to find her voice in classical music. In 2015, she moved to Los Angeles and began experimenting in her own songwriting and production.

Inspired by Green Day, The Smashing Pumpkins, Fiona Apple, and (early) Sheryl Crow, she combined her love of dark, haunting melodies with dreamy, etherial instrumentation and vocals. She found her home somewhere in the world of Dream Pop, with a blend of everything from acoustic ukuleles to Shoegaze-heavy guitars. From this, she self-produced and recorded her first 4 track EP, Dive, to be independently released in September of 2016.
Convey is a rock band born in Boston and based out of Los Angeles. Convey traffics in a breed of modern rock that knows its roots while flaunting its red-blooded realism in the 21st century. Vocalist Ben Cohen never fails to summon the neck hairs to attention with lyrics that can at once speak to personal tales of fear, addiction, and love or scream at social corruption and injustice. Jahan’s guitar lines threaten to snap from sultry to brazen and brutal at the crack of snare from Cory or the low-end power of Luke.

Having self-released they’re eponymous EP in the fall of 2016, the boys have been incubating ideas, fleshing them out, and not settling until the grooves cut as deep as the vocals do soar. Decades of digesting the legendary likes Led Zeppelin and Tool, then grafting them to a living love of Queens of the Stone Age and Circa Survive has yielded their new LP. Soon to be unleashed this fall, it will surely remind you just how rock should feel.
The New Pacific
The New Pacific
The New Pacific may have been born and bred in sunny Los Angeles, CA but 2015 had the four-piece up and coming rock band touring the country and bringing its uniquely heavy hook-laden rock to the masses. Landing a slot at Chicago’s legendary Lollapalooza festival had the band on the BMI stage in front of thousands of music lovers and set the group on cross country tour, playing nightly shows and picking up new friends and fans along the way. Comprised of Alec Strickland (Guitar/Vocals), Brett Carpenter (Guitar), Austin Schroeder (Bass) and Brian Fowler (Drums) the musical outfit cites influences ranging from Refused to Thrice to Queens Of The Stone Age. The hard working group extended their reach even further by landing a track on the Eagles of Death Metal benefit album alongside bands like Florence and the Machine, Kings of Leon and Jimmy Eat World with their cover of 'I Love You All The Tim'. The band is currently in the studio and has announced plans to release an ambitious new album in fall 2016.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027