Singer & the Scientist, U.S. Underground, Topia, Jake Shafer

The Satellite Presents

Singer & the Scientist

U.S. Underground

Topia

Jake Shafer

Mon, December 18, 2017

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

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

FREE

This event is 21 and over

We'll have $2 beer flights from 8 - 9pm at the upstairs bar!

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Singer & the Scientist
Singer & the Scientist
SINGER & THE SCIENTIST is Los Angeles Electronic Pop duo. Kenley is the voice, the melody that gets stuck in your brain; the modern-front woman who fills the room with energy. Steve is the architect, the root of the sound; the alchemist as obsessed by the process as he is by the product. Together they emit a very modern electronic pop sound, multifaceted; with traces of alt-rock, dance, and some darker tones, while never forgetting their indie sensibilities. They are currently promoting their debut album “Electric Heartbreak”.
U.S. Underground
U.S. Underground is the new music project from Matty McLoughlin, co-founder and guitarist of The Soft Pack (f.k.a. The Muslims).
Topia
Topia
Born from a love of euphoric and gothic pop, Los Angeles electronic duo TOPIA, consisting of Jack Payne and Jack Guimon, set out to explore that yin and yang. They set forth to create individual musical landscapes joyful enough for a utopia, and bleak enough for a dystopia. They began writing music in 2015, after bonding over a shared love for Depeche Mode, Cut Copy and Pet Shop Boys.TOPIA started after a recording session with another group, after we realized we have a shared love of dance music,” Guimon explains. “We spent a good while working on songs in Jack Payne’s living room in Highland Park, developing a sound that we were both excited about. Eventually we set up our garage as a recording studio, and have been consistently working on new songs since then. “We’ve branched out and have been doing some DJ gigs, some live electronic sets and more standard gigs around Los Angeles. We laugh because it’s kind of like those lyrics in “I’m losing my edge” by LCD Soundsystem where he describes a band that keeps changing; it’s instrumentation from synths to guitars to turntables and back to guitars. It’s a funny moment that we in some ways epitomize, but there’s no reason to artificially constrain ourselves to “a guitar band” or EDM or whatever in an era where technology has eased the ability to branch out – all those things are just tools we use to make music anyway.”
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/