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Thursday, 01/31/2019

Set Times

Doors at 8:30
8:45 - Boy Willows
9:30 - Pink Skies
10:30 - Tim Atlas

Times subject to change without notice

Ticket price: $10.00

The Satellite & WFNM Present

Tim Atlas


Tim Atlas is a Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter. After the release of his 2018 EP, "All Talk!", Tim amassed over 25 million Spotify streams and has been busy headlining tours across the US and U.K. "Dizzy" is the first release of 2019, as well as the second single off of his forthcoming EP. With this single release show, fans can expect to hear their favorite tunes plus a preview of the new EP.

Pink Skies


Pink Skies released his debut EP, “Does It Really Matter?’ on July 13, 2018, including the release of ‘I Don’t Wanna See You Cry’ through French record label Kitsune, followed by ‘Portland' on September 28, 2018. The band’s kaleidoscopic live set has had Pink Skies share the stage with acts such as Day Wave, boy pablo, Viceroy, TV Girl, and more. In 2018 he co-produced 6LACK’s ‘Seasons’ (ft. Khalid), ‘Sorry,’ and ‘Been A While,’ alongside Glass Animals and Fwdslxsh, as well as playing guitar on BOSCO’s 2017 project b. He is currently working on his debut album, due out 2019.

Boy Willows


Landon Fleischman (Boy Willows) creates experimental folk music. Fleischman infuses his background of songwriting, film scoring, and music production into his work, eliciting a mystifying and pleasing experience. Fleischman describes Boy Willows as a project that is an evolution of himself - a version that is more vulnerable, colorful, and present. Itʼs rooted in nature. Boy Willows' goal of making music is to be his own therapist, soothing his negative thoughts and supporting the positive. Growing up in the suburbs of Maryland, there were few things to do and few things to get distracted by, so delving into songwriting for hours on end without any self-judgment allowed Landon to unleash his creativity. “Whenever I would lay down some chords and a melody, I would close my eyes and see what kind of landscape and season it took me to. That would inspire the content of the song.” Surrounded by fields, rivers, and mountains Landon was graced with the gift to be a musically talented, frothy, nature lad. Owning a Yamaha acoustic at age eight, Landon was hooked on the high E-string and would strum for hours, completely enveloped in his own world. Influenced by The Kinks, Jose Gonzalez, James Blake, Sampha and films like The School of Rock and The Darjeeling Limited, Boy WIllows' sound is familiar, yet nuanced. Landon’s creative process is as organic as child's play. “I start off finding an interesting chord progression/ melody on guitar or ukulele, then I sing gibberish over it until words form. Kind of a meditative exercise to let whateverʼs in my subconscious fall out of my mouth.” In addition, Boy Willows strives to grow and accept sounds outside of classic folk, electronic, and funk. This is what makes Landon’s sound so mystifying. Fleischman currently resides in Downtown Los Angeles, and when he isn’t busy making music, you can find him working as a video operator at Angeleno favorite, The Echo.