Doors at 8:30 | 21+
8:45 - Little Galaxies
9:30 - Go Fever
10:15 - Cheekface
11:00 - Bad Moves
Advance ticket price: $8.00
Day of Show ticket price: $10.00
The Satellite Presents
Bad Moves is four friends making upbeat power-pop about anxiety and identity. After years knocking around the Washington, D.C. punk scene in bands of their own, guitarists Katie Park and David Combs, bassist Emma Cleveland and drummer Daoud Tyler-Ameen began playing together in 2015, with a few goals in mind: Songwriting would be collaborative, singing would be everyone's job and arrangements would be generously staggered, blending voices and ideas to avoid centering any one member.
Go Fever is fronted by singer-songwriter Acey Monaro, who grew up in a coal mining town in Australia and, after looking for love in all the wrong places, eventually found it in Austin, Texas. After several tantrums, she finally convinced Keith Lough (guitar), Ben Burdick (bass) Jim Campo (guitar, keys), and Stijn Dobbelaere (drums) to form Go Fever. Their sound is heavily influenced by Monaro’s love of late 70’s New Wave like Squeeze and Blondie. Daydream Hawker, a 5 track EP recorded in the home studio of Jim Eno of Spoon, engineered by Brad Bell (War On Drugs) and mixed by Ali Chant (PJ Harvey, Gruff Rhys), was released February 2019.
"big brain shit that hits" - someone on Twitter
Little Galaxies is a band formed in Venice Beach, California by Amir Eshraghi and Jeanna Fournier. Their sound draws influence from psychedelic rock, pop, folk, and soul while experimenting with inter-dimensional textures to create a sonic microcosm of their own. Their live shows are hypnotizing audiences across Los Angeles as they explore the outer limits through their expansive collection of effects pedals, theremin playing, and cosmic dancing. Little Galaxies is gearing up to release the third single “Another World” off their upcoming sophomore album on October 8th. ”Through headphones, Little Galaxies' music, upheld by singer Jeanna Fournier's smoky vocals, can blow you away, so just imagine what it can do during a live set” (OC Weekly).