200 West, Whale Fall, Words Like Violence, Dead White Day

The Satellite Presents

200 West

Whale Fall

Words Like Violence

Dead White Day

Fri, December 22, 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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200 West
200 West
200 West is a song writing band out of Southern California. They recently have released a new full-length album called “Split Heads” that is now available on all streaming services.
Whale Fall
Whale Fall
Cinematic instrumental quintet Whale Fall combine post-rock dynamics and instrumentation with cornet and piano to create the sounds of the American Southwest.
Words Like Violence
Words Like Violence
Dead White Day
Dead White Day
Rock n’ roll has been historically branded with the excesses of sex and drug use. While the Los Angeles-based rock duo Dead White Day raise no fuss with either activity, their definition of rock n’ roll goes far beyond that. Comprised of singer and multi-instrumentalist Animaan Pathak and bassist Charles Horin, Dead White Day seeks to provoke the listener into questioning and reexamining the human tendency to pursue self-destruction.

Dead White Day’s sound is an amalgam of both progressive instrumentation and tight song structures. Heavy, dense guitars weave seamlessly around melodic vocals and dynamic, syncopated bass and drum grooves. On their upcoming EP “Echoes from a Porcelain Sky” the band further explore their sonic boundaries with psychedelic undertones - going from neo-Zeppelin arena rock on “Kings, Queens, & Whores” to Indian classical-influenced rock on the final track “Chasing Ravens.” Overall, the band’s musical style is a reflection of the members’ shared sentiment – a raised middle finger to the current wave of pop music and culture.

Their lyrics refer to a spiritual disconnect from the current state of the world, touching on subjects like celebrity culture, technological advancement, politics, drug use, and death. The band credits their observational nature as people for the subject matter in their music. According to Animaan, “growing up in L.A. and seeing the dark underbelly of this city was pretty eye-opening. It definitely gives you a different perspective than someone who’s not from here, fantasizing about Hollywood from afar.” After releasing their debut EP “Clones” in the winter of 2016, and following successful shows at The Whisky a Go Go and The Viper Room in West Hollywood, Dead White Day is releasing their genre-bending upcoming EP “Echoes from a Porcelain Sky” this fall and looks forward to playing more intense and electrifying live shows. The band’s ultimate ambition is to build a legacy of music with substance and depth and to live up to the impact their heroes had on them.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/