This coming Tuesday, Fluttery Record’s Arms of Tripoli are going to be sharing the stage at The Satellite with none other than Georgia’s finest… The one and only MASERATI. Another great, LA based instrumental band, Beware of Safety, will be performing as well. If you’re available Tuesday, come out and see this amazing lineup in action!
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
$10.00 – $12.00
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About the bands:
Arms Of Tripoli
Fluttery Records artists, Arms of Tripoli is an instrumental band (genre: post/math rock) from Los Angeles consisting of members from various LA based bands, including Signal Hill, The Lights From Here, The Half Mantis Group, and Naked in the Dark. The band was forged under the premise that the most prolific and profound music is created when a strong spirit of collaboration is present. Thus, the band features an ever revolving line up of musicians and artists that accompany its primary members in all aspects of artistic development. It is at its core a creative outlet for everyone, exposing a new and unarchived musical experience for everyone to enjoy. The group, as it stands, officially began in July 2011. Listen & Buy Arms Of Tripoli music
Formed at the edge of the new millennium, Maserati is as sleek, sexy and sophisticated as the legendary Italian sports car it takes its name from. It is fitting, then, that the band has dragged the glory years of psychedelic arena rock kicking and screaming into the 21st Century, with the pomposity (and vocals) carefully removed. In its place are white hot flashes of light pulsing to an unstoppable rhythm that will make you want to punch air and drive really fast in a car with wings instead of doors.
Beware of Safety
Beware of Safety made the conscious choice to create instrumental music. To create sounds that words could not express. To leave out the vocal monologue that is without interpretation or insight, but instead, create music which traverses emotional and textural hollows that teeter between concealment and proclamation; between rapture and affliction; between conviction and deprivation; between opulence and destitution; between choice and coercion; between boldness and apathy. Beware of Safety calls the unspeakable from it’s hiding place and imparts it to their listeners with gentle tact and deliberate action. The inexpressible has found it’s voice.