“This local trio explores similar territory as Austin’s Black Angels, mining sweltering neo-psych with raw garage presence. Drenched in reverb and distortion, their music’s palpable as the haze rising off the summer asphalt.”
“The Saturday Night Satellites proudly fly under the radar. But the psychedelic, surf-rockin' shoe-gazers are suddenly in a higher orbit with a new EP, Drop City. It's the first serious effort from guitarist-singer Phillip Sada, bassist Kris Zebrowski and drummer Brian Parrish, who produced and recorded it themselves. The connective tissue among the three 30-somethings is a love for retro vinyl, lo-fi surf instrumentals, abstract and graphic art and reverb - lots of it. Drop City, which is available as a free download at www.saturdaynightsatellites.bandcamp.com, recalls their heroes, Dick Dale and Link Wray, as well as the Velvet Underground, the Jesus and Mary Chain and the Raveonettes.”
"Underwater, looking up from the slimy depths of an unlit, forgotten swimming pool, center your tunnel vision gaze past the cigarette butts floating above to the smog dark sky, up through an ever deepening pit of skyscrapers with windows for fluorescent stars. The city is a murky cesspool of despair with brief moments of false happiness, in an ever blackening universe. E-TIP Records gives you the soundtrack to your downtown drowning. The Saturday Night Satellites and their new EP, Drop City."