Boom Boom Satellites at Santos

We’re very excited to announce that we’ll be presenting the Boom Boom Satellites at Santos Party House on November 24th. Ticket price? Free! Just make sure and RSVP with us in the form below.


The Boom Boom Satellites are a Japanese electronic music duo consisting of guitarist and vocalist Michiyuki Kawashima and bassist and programmer Masayuki Nakano. While their music can be mostly classified as big beat or nu-skool breaks with heavy jazz influences, they are famous for the heavy usage of electric guitars in their music, and the final product often has a strong rock or punk flavor. They are currently signed to Sony Music Entertainment Japan, with whom they have released all of their albums in Japan

Opening for the Boom Boom Satellites will be Brooklyn based indie band: Me You Us Them.

November 24th (doors 7pm//show 8pm) [18+]
Santos Party House
96 Lafayette Street, New York

Boom Boom Satellites


Me You Us Them:


Marty Party (of PantyRaid):
DJ’s: Hipstarr; Hotline

UPDATE: Dig our new lineup


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  1. joeseph wrote:

    is the event only 21 and up? or can i come with a friend who is over 21? since i’m 20 and i’d like to come.

  2. admin wrote:

    Hi Just for you and your friend, the event is now 18+

  3. joeseph wrote:

    thanks a ton man, will totally be coming!

  4. justin wrote:

    is there space still available? i filled out the form but never received an email confirmation..

  5. Sarah wrote:

    You have made me the HAPPIEST person right now… I love Boom Boom Satellites and I’ve wanted to see them forever! I was thinking about flying to LA to see them… THANK YOU for bringing them to NYC!

  6. Andrew wrote:

    not sure if you got my request made yesterday. hope i am not too late

  7. Kelvin wrote:

    The concert was awesome! Thanks superglorious. I’ve been waiting 5 years to hear them in the US!

  8. […] to Hayden and Superglorious for setting this up and my new good friend Ossip for the […]

  9. Greg wrote:

    The show was great. Thought they would do “easy action”. But was great set. Hang out enjoyed a couple beers and some great music. The drummer was kicking it.