“Bad Woman” by Satellite Mode
BTR Hear & There | ep129 | Jul 17, 2017
Over the past of couple years, Jess Carvo and Alex Marko have been producing jams as the indie electro-pop duo Satellite Mode. The two were brought together by a shift in circumstances and a desire to make music full-time. They describe themselves as "two sides of one whole;" each bringing a different musical style and approach to a harmonious combination. BTRtv caught up with the duo at The Relic Room, a recording studio in the Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea, for a performance of "Bad Woman," a track off of Satellite Mode's upcoming EP, Wild Excuses.


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