I SATELLITEI SATELLITE is the project of Rod MacQuarrie, vocalist and synthesist, & his analog synth-based vintage recording studio, Omeganaut.
Using the vintage analog synths and sequencers of the 70's and early 80's, I SATELLITE create minimal electronic soundscapes and electronic pop songs heavily influenced by Kraftwerk, Gary Numan, OMD, Rational Youth, John Foxx, & the Human League.
I SATELLITE have also recorded covers of songs by Alphaville, ABBA, New Order, and Giorgio Moroder.
- 2003 AUTO:MATIC
- 2003 AUTO: EP
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