Advance ticket price: $8.00
Day of Show ticket price: $10.00
Spaceland Presents at The Satellite
Shield your eyes, mortals - Blame Candy has landed. The extraterrestrial, FUTUREGLAMROCK quartet has descended upon Planet Earth with a guitar-heavy rock and roll mythos guaranteed to twist human nature on its head and thrust it into the outskirts of the stratosphere. Whether they’re dazzling concert-goers with lightning-speed instrumental virtuosity, gyrating in flawless synchronicity, or subverting social norms with gender-bending sartorial irreverence, Blame Candy leaves a glittery trail of destruction wherever they roam. The band’s bedrock is built upon its dynamic and flamboyant live performance, which ringmaster Chris Greatti describes as a “reckless and animalistic release of primal energy. Dressed to impress!” The rambunctious opener “Sweet Tooth” muses on addiction to “rock and roll symphonies” amidst winding, neoclassical guitar flurries, while the choreographed “Pathetic” dutifully illustrates the bands knack for earworm melodies and penchant for onstage theatrics. Citing classic influences like Van Halen, Queen and Prince, as well as modern kinfolk Radiohead and Tame Impala, Blame Candy’s entity is undoubtedly eccentric and eclectic, and its live show is a must-see hard rock phenomenon unlike any before. In Greatti’s words, “Blame Candy’s music is music for the 2020’s and beyond. The future of rock and roll is staring you in the face in matching red vestments. Take my hand and join us.”
When you hear the name Palm Springsteen (a name so good that John Mayer recently shouted them out on Instagram) you know exactly what kind of band to expect. A sound reminiscent of The Strokes and LCD but with a sense of humor, Palm Springsteen is filling a void in contemporary music. Band is comprised of newcomer Nick Hinman, Noah Gersh (ex- Portugal The Man & PartyBaby), & Zee Berg (The Like). Mark Foster fell in love with their demos and asked them to support the Foster the People US headline tour last year - even though they had no music released. Crowds loved the band and they sold out of merch on the first date. The buzz caught the attention of legendary agent Marsha Vlasic at AGI who has officially come on board. The team is rounded out by NY PR agency Tell All Your Friends, as well as renowned licensing house ZYNC Music. Palm Springsteen is currently in the studio with legendary producer Tony Hoffer (Beck, M83, The Kooks). The first single “Hey There Cowgirl was released on 2/15/19 and debuted at #5 on New Noise by Allison Hagendorf who is a fan. Expect more music in 2019.