To enter The Satellite, you must be 21 years of age or older. No exceptions.

Tuesday, 02/05/2019

Set Times

$8 cash | 21+
Doors at 8:30
9:45 - Simulated Sun
10:45 - Beers For Fears

Times subject to change without notice

Ticket price: $8.00

The Satellite Presents

Simulated Sun


Simulated Sun is the brainchild of Dave Farina, best known as the prominent science communicator behind the YouTube channel “Professor Dave Explains”. Though his professional life is dedicated to science, music has been his true passion from a young age. Beginning as a classical pianist, he switched to drums and ethnic percussion in college, going on to play drums for a variety of bands in the decade that followed, most notably the Indie-Americana outfit The Lonely Wild. He now emerges from behind the drums to front a new project on synth and vocals, drawing influence from classic and progressive rock, as well as modern synthpop and electronica, all while ruminating on themes in science and technology. Apart from blending futurism and nostalgia, Farina’s chief concern is revitalizing the current approach to live performance, by strongly contrasting the “press play” mentality embodied by many contemporaries. With a Zappa-esque lineup of young scholarly musicians rounding out the ensemble, Simulated Sun is nothing if not bold in its execution of Farina’s forward-thinking material.

Beers For Fears


Four gods were expelled from Mt Olympus. They started a band called Beers For Fears. Derek (Dubs), Victor (Vicky), Peter and Leon.



LUKDLX is an avant-pop musician from Minneapolis, MN. From 2017-2018 he toured with indie electronic artist John Maus and released his 4-song "Bad Haircut" tape. He currently resides in Los Angeles.