Hot Tub Johnnie will be DJing at The Satellite on Monday, October 24th. Musicians Kosha Dillz, Mars and the Massacre, Black Crystal Wolf Kids, Pablo Dylan, and Alastair will be performing at this free event. With the vast range of sounds on tap, this show is bound to have something for everyone.
The Satellite is located at 1717 Silverlake Blvd in Los Angeles. The free show is ages 21+ and doors are at 8:30p.m. with show time at 9. Though the party will be going until 2a.m., make sure you get there in time to see these amazing artists. For more information, visit the event page here.
“His tracks, mainly produced via Jesse Shatkin (Sia, Murs, Santigold) have landed in various placements from Bud Light Superbowl commercials to the upcoming Sundance 2016 select The Skinny. He is even a playable character in NBA 2k11 / 2k13alongside Drake and Snoop Dogg, and his music has appeared on every website from Brooklyn Vegan to Billboard Magazine. He raps in Spanish, Hebrew, and English.”
Mars and the Massacre:
“Formed in early 2013, the group of martians has already gained a strong following in Los Angeles, being known particularly for their entrancing and unpredictable live shows. Members switching instruments is a common sight at a Mars and The Massacre show, as are bowed guitars, strange 1950s sci-fi samples, television sets, projectors, remote controls as picks, fake blood, and even fire dancing.”
Black Crystal Wolf Kids:
"Inspired by the audience participation of the Flaming Lips, the anything-goes attitude of The Henry Clay People, and the over-the-toppedness of 80s tribute bands like Fast Times, Black Crystal Wolf Kids are the world's first indie-rock tribute band, paying costumed, sing-along-encouraged homage to the best music of right now (from MGMT to Phoenix to the Yeah Yeah Yeahs) as well as indie's storied past (Pavement; the Pixies; et al)."
"Pigeons and Planes, recently called Mulholland Drive "A New Anthem For The Kids" As a producer, LA-based artist Pablo Dylan has worked with OG Maco, A$AP Rocky, D.R.A.M., and Raury, but his favorite band is The Clash and he names Kanye West as an influence. His skill set and eclectic taste inform a sound that wouldn't have made any sense 10 years ago."
"Originally from Glasgow Scotland, Alastair has almost as much whiskey as he does electronic music running through his veins. His inventive style vaporizes minds on dance floors throughout San Francisco, Burning Man and beyond. Alastair tastefully blends the sounds of smooth Deep House with the rolling melodies of Tech House, dirty synth-driven Techno and unique flavors of Indie Dance/Nu Disco. This makes Alastair's sets a complex and vivid journey every time he takes the controls."