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

Tuesday, 10/30/2018

Set Times

Doors at 8:30
9:15 - Melted Bodies
10 - NEW EViL
11 - Jane Machine
11:45 - DMTina and the Bumps

Times subject to change without notice

Ticket price: $10.00

The Satellite & ON3 Present



“Making music that inspires, energizes, and barricades itself at the perpetual fringes of society.” – “New Evil was a very physical act, kicking you in the stomach and the butt, but before anything it was seducing everyone with an ultra-violent-girl-power central character.” –Alyson Camus, NEW EViL is a rock band from Los Angeles, CA. “We aim to empower and inspire you through our music, lyrics, and stage performance.” NEW EViL has shared bills with the likes of Alice Bag, Le Butcherettes, and was voted Top 5 Most Influential Female Fronted Bands by Orange County Music League. Sophia Anita Reyes -Lyrics and Vocals Ian Bishop- Guitar Patrick Nagy- Drums Nate Cohn – Bass

Melted Bodies


Melted Bodies creates music for people to propel their limitless potential.

Jane Machine


Jane Machine lies somewhere in your subconscious catharsis. Erica von Trapp, vocalist, songwriter, and producer, explores space, demons, and desires through a mix of layered synths, intimate vocals, and head-nodding electronic percussion. The result is a haunting pop noir, vacillating between sensuality, gloom, and mania. Von Trapp started producing music back in Paris in 2014 and after moving back to Los Angeles/the California desert (where she is from) has a strong notion for lush electronic textures combined with a vehemently ethereal natural space. Jane Machine’s first LP “Back Seat Driver” was birthed in France after she left the United States following significant family losses. The album was finished in the high desert and Northeast Los Angeles by 2017. She is finishing up the next LP in her studio in her Joshua Tree desert studio, scheduled to release early next year.

DMTina and the Bumps


Led by the wildest drag queen since Divine, DMTina and the Bumps blends raw androgyny with punk angst to create an alluring sonic assault. DMTina was unleashed as the campy opening act for the Growlers in 2014, but expanded into a full band in late 2015 and has been blowing away audiences ever since. The LA-based band has played festivals like Beach Goth and Burgerama and recently headlined a July residency at Harvard and Stone. Their in-your-face, boozy performances have been covered by LA Weekly, OC Weekly, and other publications.