UPDATE: Some good news! The show is now FREE! We’ve also added Rachel Goodrich & the Grrls to the line-up since Wax Children had an emergency. AND one of our favorite drummers, Patty Schemel (ex Hole, Death Valley Girls, Upset, etc.) will be sitting in on the drums with Sharkmuffin since Janet has an arm injury. 🙁
President’s Day weekend is coming and we’re hoping most of you get a three-day-weekend to party it up and relax. To celebrate the fun, Grimy Goods is throwing a President’s Day Weekend Thrash a the Satellite. We have New York’s latest punk sensation, Sharkmuffin heading up the night before they hit SXSW. Joining the rrriot girl babes are L.A.’s Washing Machines and Wax Children. It’s going to be a rad night full of some quality punk, garage, and psychedelic rock. RSVP here to get on our $5 guest list. Also, if you ride a motorcycle, join the “rock ‘n’ ride” to this show. Click here for more info!
From Brooklyn, punk-garage-pop trio Sharkmuffin are something fierce, not to mention fearless. The all-female band are not afraid to scream and be loud and still manage to find a balance with catchy but not cookie-cutter, solid song structures with sticky lyrics that get stuck-in-your head. These ladies shred and they’re about to go big, catch them before they do.
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Rachel Goodrich & the Grrrls
Adorable, yet sassy, Rachel Goodrich & the Grrrls have that classic girl group sound with a modern day indie-pop twist. Don’t let that sweet and smooth innocent voice fool you, the girl can rock out like a dirty rockstar. Described as an “eclectic blend of vaudeville-inspired indie pop, swing-jazz and country-folk” — since becoming Rachel Goodrich & the Grrls, the girls have some pretty fierce tricks up their sleeves and we look forward to watching them lash it all out at the Satellite.
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These experimental post-punk newbies are cuttin’ up some powerful tunes. With just one seven-song EP that was released in April, Los Angeles’ Washing Machines have been getting a lot of indie buzz. Plucked from the heavy fuzzed-out grunge sounds of the 90s and paired with some emotive post-punk tendencies, Washing Machines are unrefined and we love it. Their sound is raw, tender and harsh all at the same moment embodying the greatest from bands like the Pixies, Nirvana and even some of the reckless sounds of the Stooges.
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