The Satellite presents
A benefit for CASA with Brian Aubert and Nikki Monninger from Silversun Pickups, Alex Brown Church from Sea Wolf, Patrick Park, Sara Lov, DJ Hrishikesh Hirway spinning in between bands
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 8:45 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is 21 and over
Patrick Park is a Colorado native that grew up outside of Denver, surrounded by words and music. His mother is a published poet, and his father played folk and blues on the guitar around the house. "I've written songs since I was a kid," he says. "There was nothing else that I really wanted to do—I was obsessed with it. I pretty much decided at the age of 13 or 14 that this was what I wanted to do." Now with three EPs and two full lengths to his name, Patrick Park is set to release his strongest set of songs yet with the new Come What Will lp.
"Park is an inheritor of the Elliott Smith melancholy mantle, with a less edgy and more traditional bent, and one of the great heartbreaking voices working in the acoustic singer-songwriter world today." - LA Times
"Those of us that miss the ruminative musings of Ryan Adams should focus their collective attention on Colorado singer-songwriter Patrick Park. But whereas most comparisons can detract from the music itself, this comparison is most assuredly a good thing. This kind of introspection was sorely lacking from the mainstream... From the lush, mid-tempo grandeur, to the melancholic meanderings, Park is one enduring gem. He chases down an Adams-like moment while also channeling the sensitivity of Gordon Lightfoot. With his deeply poetic lyrics, it's an inevitable proof that Park is undoubtedly an engaging and winning talent." – Absolute Punk
"Simple and sad with a shot of scotch." That's how musician Sara Lov describes her simultaneously dark and angelic sound that has been also described as "honeyed" (NME), "haunting" (The Sun), and "smokey" (MOJO). The former frontwoman of Devics and current solo
singer paints an apt picture of melodies that are both minimalist and poignant, and heady vocals that warm you from the inside.
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