Doors at 8 | 21+
9 - Lo Haze
9:40 - The Living Roomers
10:20 - Tomber Lever
11 - The Haunts
The Satellite & Buzzbands.LA Present SATELLITE NIGHTS
Culminating from the duo-inspired ethos of “minimum members, maximum sound,” Los Angeles’ The Haunts is a band born out of the goal of stripping down Garage Rock from its simple beginnings, to an even rawer, reverb-soaked sound. With the trifecta of drummer Alanna Swadlow’s precise, electric style, guitarist Aaron Brotman’s punk meets surf fusion, and the final component of vocalist Max Collier’s smooth croon, The Haunts continue to spread their brand of surfy Garage Rock to the West Coast and beyond.
The Living Roomers are the essence of presence. They are an LA based rock band that you don’t want to miss. They’re a truth-spitting, ear turning organism here to enforce the revolution through amps, drums, guitars and voices. TLR was formed by lead singer and guitarist Truman Flyer and bassist Jackson Dean some summers ago and have since added Lily Dale (guitar, vocals) and new drummer Alison Berry. It’s simple, join the joy riders, spread roomers and dance your face off. They’re hard to explain, quit reading off a screen and go see them in the flesh, that’s what life’s about anyway.
Lo Haze is a 3-piece all-female band comprised of a rare breed of Los Angeles natives. Formed in 2018, this serendipitous collaboration oozes feminine energy with Amanda Erwin on drums, Daniella Lollie on bass and backing vocals, and Stephanie Guerra on rhythm guitar and lead vocals. Lo Haze launches its listeners into a universe of deeply emotional and intellectual reflections of human nature and oneself. Bold use of time-based guitar effects create an explosion of soundscapes that take you on a ride into the California sunset.
Omnivorous consumers of music, this experimental, post-everything 4 piece throws their broad horizon tastes together to create musical journeys that can take your from twangy grooves, to huge ambient walls of sound, to techy off-time riffs, to breakdowns- sometimes all in the same song. In other words: tfw you eat the whole brownie instead of the recommended 1/16th dosage.