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The Rogue Satellites are Detroit-based intergalactic synth-rock.
The space persons are: Jaye Thomas; verbal/programming/guitar, and Lisa Poszywak; verbal/bells
EDUCATIONAL: Satellites orbit the earth, sending and receiving information. Rogue Satellites are iconoclast sound generators, specializing in pop music. They are friendly but prefer communication veiled in sardonic humor. They are like children. Satellites frequently use their sardonic wits in an attempt to improve life on this planet.
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"Wickedly clever and wildly addictive collision of analog and synthetic pop music"-Metro Times
"The Belmont was full to bursting...they soon settled into their joyous pop-electro-rock hybrid...the melodies are sublime, like hearing a dirty Beach Boys for the first time in your own backyard...I want to hear more."-Brett Callwood, author of MC5 Sonically Speaking: A Tale of Revolution and Rock n' Roll
"[The Rogue Satellites] won me over with their sway-inducing 8-bit hums and synthy swaths. Their clackety programmed beats saddle up against Stone's tightly locked live pounding and Thomas' guitar...bitter and biting lyrics are delivered with impeccable charisma"-Jeff Milo, Real Detroit Weekly