To enter The Satellite, you must be 21 years of age or older. No exceptions.

Tuesday, 08/27/2019

Set Times

Doors at 8:30 | 21+
9 - Family Man
10 - Ward
11 - Wolf Woodcock

Times subject to change without notice

Advance ticket price: $8.00

Day of Show ticket price: $10.00

The Satellite Presents


"Ward straddles alt-rock and pop worlds while keeping feet on solid conceptual ground" -" Two years ago, Ward quit his desk job in NYC, moved to LA and started a band. Since then, he and his band have been playing their brand of high-energy post-punk music live in LA, Western US and Mexico City. In 2019, Ward has already played over 20 shows and is gearing up for 2nd tour of Mexico. In 2018, Ward's song "Crush" was listed on Buzzbands top 100 songs of the year. To date he has released 11 singles and 20 live videos which have garnered over 100k total streams, and earned praise from online music blogs such as Groundsounds, Line of Best Fit, Atwood Magazine, Buzzbands, Imperfect Fifth, Northern Transmissions and more.

Wolf Woodcock

Wolf Woodcock is a Los Angeles based performer and composer. Performing in many bands all over the LA scene including VS Colour, Jennylee (Warpaint), and Alyeska, he also has been carefully crafting and releasing solo material since he was sixteen. His music has been described as emo jazz and regularly features a horn section and heavy guitar work. After releasing an EP in 2017 entitled Cove via Chain Letter Collective and a new single "How?" via MAXMLN Records, he is currently working on his debut LP.

Family Man

Family Man is a Montreal based indie band that brings the likes of Interpol, The Strokes, and The Smiths into one LOUD and dancey group! Hailing in from Los Angeles, California and Ottawa, Ontario, and with all members having a background in some form of classical music training or another; the distinct tone of Family Man is already gaining traction in their second hometown of Montreal. With their sound originating from their widely varied music tastes, Family Man has created a new genre, they’ve dubiously dubbed “Post-Indie.” With driving, four-on-the-floor drum lines, funky and dominating bass, jangly yet moody guitar melodies, all combined with their melancholic vocals, Family Man has crafted a truly unique sound, that will make just about anyone cry on the dancefloor. Every show is a perfectly chaotic event with band members running off the stage or ending up on the ground in one way or another. Concert-goers are guaranteed a boogie-filled, rockin’ night when going to see Family Man.