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Cost of Living

by Satellite Hearts

Satellite Hearts are a dynamic psych-rock quartet described by XPN journalist Julie Miller as, "...a Lou Reed fronted Steppenwolf." The group mixes the best of classic rock, with elements of soul, funk, and R&B that give them an explosive resonance.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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Album Notes
Satellite Hearts are a four-piece band that combine both the raw, unpolished, and
unapologetic sound of today, with the soul of true classic rock. Featuring J.M.
Pellecchia on guitar, vocals, and harmonica, Lucas Rinz on bass and vocals,
Keaton Thandi on drums, percussion, and vocals and Dre DiMura on Guitar and
vocals; they create a sound that mixes the best of classic and alternative rock
and roll, with elements of soul, funk, and R&B that give them a unique and
explosive resonance that is hard to find in today’s music scene.
Formed in December of 2009 by J.M. Pellecchia and Lucas Rinz, the song-
writing duo quickly enlisted the talents of drummer Keaton Thandi and began
making a dent in the US club circuit. In the spring of 2012 the hardened trio
entered the studio to record their debut album, “Imperial Green”, produced by
Chad Ginsberg of CKY. With the release of the single, “New York City”, the
group began receiving heavy airplay on 103.3 WPRB and 91.7 WKDU and were
featured in Philadelphia’s JUMP magazine. Shortly after guitarist Dre DiMura
joined the group, having toured & performed with Thandi previously behind
legendary musicians Gloria Gaynor and Steve Howe (YES) the four-piece hit
the ground running, bringing a new and invigorating element to the bands already
powerful performance. Well received at appearances across the nation and with
the premiering of, “Imperial Green”, the group is creating a sonic force that is to
be reckoned with. Musically diverse and developing a sound, distinctive and
unique, yet reminiscent of yesterday, Satellite Hearts are on the rise.


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