The Aftershow, Porcelain Hill, Three Sides, Man Over Matter

The Satellite Presents

The Aftershow

Porcelain Hill

Three Sides

Man Over Matter

Fri, November 24, 2017

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

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

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The Aftershow
The Aftershow
LA-based indie/electro band, The Aftershow, released their self-recorded debut EP – “Give Up” – in January 2017. Thier anthemic single “Collide” was featured on MTV and quickly climbed it’s way to #18 on Spotify’s US Viral 50. The band’s fun, energetic, indie/electro sound has been heard on many national television networks and ad campaigns. With an energetic live show and festival-sized hooks, The Aftershow is the next big party you need to experience for yourself.
Porcelain Hill
Porcelain Hill
Porcelain Hill is a high energy Indie Blues Rock and Roll band that perfectly blends blues, soul, and funk! It's music that plays to a crowd LIVE, and tantalizes a recorded track. Heavy guitar riffs, and thunderous drums collide with melodic bass lines creating music you don't listen to, but music you feel. Formed in 2012 out of Ontario CA when guitarist Darnell "Big D" Cole met Nat "Wildfire" Campos the Rock duo performed as a two piece but felt like something was missing, after an open mic they met Jacob Lucero, the youngest of the three, hence earning the moniker "The Kidd", and his skill proved to be beyond his years. After a single practice, the trio and Porcelain Hill was solidified.
Three Sides
With a passion for psychedelic surf rock and early disco, three/\sides deliver a unique blend of soundscape and songwriting.
When Mark Cross, PJ Lombardo, Matt Villa and Alex Nelson were done with school and uninterested in taking the 9-5 route decided to follow their passion and create original rock music. This lineup gigs frequently and spend countless hours creating unique sounds and songs in their studio with friends and other musicians..
Man Over Matter
Armen Yampolsky was born in Moscow, Russia, in May of 1968. His grandfather was an accomplished pianist, known for his celebrated recordings with the violinst david oistrakh. His father is an orchestra conductor and his mother a concert pianist. His early musical training followed a strict Russian approach, having immersed him in solfège, dictation, and sight-reading, as well as including formal studies in music theory and music history. These studies were accompanied by the daily practice of his instrument — at first, piano, and then, at the age of 9, the violin. Armen played in chamber ensembles and symphony orchestras during his teen years, touring the venerable concert halls of europe. He continued formal training in Music Composition, first as a student at interlochen Arts Academy and the Tanglewood institute, and then as an undergraduate at northwestern university. it was there that his fondness for the Minimalists and his exploration of popular music directed his creative impulses away from the traditional classical repertoire.

After college, Armen played in a number of bands, including the proto-funkrock quartet needle. He became a sought-after bassist, known for a clear and expressive style. Always a keen performer, he scored and performed the music in a number of off-Broadway theatrical productions.

Today Armen lives in Los Angeles, where he writes, records, and performs. His project Man over Matter is a very personal endeavor which sees him take on the roles of songwriter, performer, engineer, and producer. Armen plays bass, guitar, violin, mandolin, ukulele, piano/organ/synth, as well as handling the lead and
background vocals.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/