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Midnight Satellites / Press

"Midnight Satellites, also known as cover band Master Splinter and the Shredders, changed their name for original music and put out the best collection of ’90s inspired grunge-filled rock since the 21st century started. If you love Soundgarden and Alice in Chains from the era when Beavis and Butt-Head introduced them to the world, pick up this record."

“Midnight Satellites, a rock group before the final act, came out to finish the line of openers and get the crowd ready for what was yet to come. Ranging from mellow rock grooves to faster beats, they took the stage as if it was just another part of the day and made it look so easy. That’s talent. That’s party.”

“These aren’t 3-minute-long pop songs. This is real rock music, sludgy yet melodic, with guitar solos and bridges — the kind of songs that could be on “Guitar Hero” on their own merits. But among the beauty in the rock music is the vocal blend of Spinelli, who takes the lead, and Brennan Kilpatrick. Their voices were meant to sing together. -Vanessa Franko Press Enterprise : Audio Files”