Wednesday, 08/29/2018

Set Times

Doors at 8:30
8:45 - Eliason
9:35 - Ren Farren
10:25 - Rees Finley
11:15 - Alex Bloom

Times subject to change without notice

Ticket price: $10.00

The Satellite Presents

Rees Finley


Hailing from Columbus, Ohio, Los Angeles based Singer/Songwriter, Rees Finley, released his debut EP, "Songs 1-5" on August 10th, 2017, following several recent singles and music videos. Rees’ music is always melodic, frequently neurotic, and simultaneously sarcastic and sentimental. On record, Finley ranges from 80’s style synthpop, to retro-motown funk to overdriven alt-rock, often within the span of 3 minutes and 30 seconds. Live, Rees draws upon his multi-instrumentalism, jumping from piano to guitar; performing intimate solo sets and raucous punk rock with a quartet.

Ren Farren


Ren Farren is an LA native making lyrical California indie pop that your little sister and your dad are equally likely to enjoy. Billboard accused her of blending "boy bands and Britney with storytelling folk" and she was really into it. You might've heard her music on New Girl or Friends from College or The Young and the Restless. She has two EPs out and is recording a third, and has worked with electropop outfit Goldroom as well as BFFs and killer producers Wolfy and Brian Robert Jones. She is writing this, even though she refers to herself in the third person. She loves you <3



Eliason is a singer & songwriter from Los Angeles, California. Drawing inspiration from contemporary artists like Jess Glynne and John Newman, he crafts peppy, upbeat upbeat indie pop with distinct retro elements. His accomplishments include winning the College Talent Tour 2014 Singing Competition at UC Berkeley, singing the National Anthem at Dodger Stadium, and performing vocals for global electronic acts. Eliason released his debut EP Party Face in March of 2017, which features singles like "Party Face," "Heaven Knows" and "Gray."

Alex Bloom


Alex Bloom is an independent singer-songwriter from Los Angeles. Subtle traces of his biggest influences from a forgotten era can be heard in his use of harmony and melody, but his unique sense of songwriting is entirely his own. At just 24, Bloom harnesses deeply personal and emotional topics in his songwriting as though he’s spilling his guts right to you.