DGTL CLR, Inspired & the Sleep, Eric Ackerman

The Satellite Presents

DGTL CLR, Inspired & the Sleep, Eric Ackerman

Tue, April 17, 2018

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

$8.00

This event is 21 and over

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DGTL CLR
DGTL CLR
If you took Nintendo, 90’s techno, and Radiohead, and stuck them in a mixing bowl, DGTL CLR is what would come out of the oven. This indie electronic duo has categorized themselves in the genre, Nextwave. (a mix of vaporwave synths, electronic dance beats, and organic sounds such as spacy guitars and sexy saxophones) Lead singer, guitarist, and synth player, Devereaux Jennings walked into the L.A. Recording school on January 18th, 2017 on a whim, asking for any electronic drummers/ producers. Synth player, Producer, and Beat creator, Aaron Shadrow was pulled out of class and the duo was born. After one year of this pair being together, February 8th, 2018 marks the date of their first album release, “PLASMA!”. This electronic, washed out, synth wave album is only the beginning of what’s to come. With two new singles on the horizon, this nextwave duo, (DGTL CLR) is going to be something fresh for all listeners to say the least.
Eric Ackerman
Eric Ackerman
Laid-back beefcake and Los Angeles native Eric Ackerman is currently recording his debut album. Chauffeuring rhythms, melodies that can only be described as "melodies," and poignant, indiscernible lyrics populate this indefatigable brand of rock and roll music. His sound is steeped in folk, funk, and soul, emphasizes live instrumentation, and is the dog at the party. Eric's interests include classical literature, Polynesian culture, and crackling firesides.
Inspired & the Sleep
Inspired & the Sleep
Inspired & the Sleep is the San Diego/Los Angeles-based musical project of songwriter/producer Max Greenhalgh and multi-instrumentalist Bryce Outcault. With a revolving lineup of additional players, Greenhalgh and Outcault produce pop arrangements that are at once warmly familiar and sweetly off-kilter. Incorporating traditional indie-rock instrumentation with various electronic elements and vinyl sampling, the pop-rock outfit perpetually reinvents their sound while staying true to their groove-oriented backbone. Greenhalgh’s gentle crooning on matters of intimacy, introspection and love — both lost and found — solidifies the project’s pop ethos over an ever-shifting sonic backdrop.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/