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Secret Cat Needs Your Help

Posted by: on Aug 10, 2015 | Comments (1)

photo by Quenby Dolgushkin

Santa Rosa’s experimental noise rockers Secret Cat make some of the most head-spinning, mind-altering rock and roll music in the North Bay, taking cues from Zappa, early ‘Discord’ bands and dystopian robot romance novels. The band just wrapped recording their latest batch of garage rock with a twist, Smiling Songs, and released it online last week. Now, the cats are looking to take their tunes on the road with a tour, and they need your help.

The band, which consists of Ian Shoop(vocals, guitar), Melati Citrawireja(bass), Emile Rosewater(drums) and Charlie Davenport(guitar), have a Kickstarter page for the occasion; and though generous donations have already streamed in, there are several special rewards for anyone still looking to donate, from handmade art to photo studio sessions with Citrawireja and more.

For this tour, Secret Cat is also bringing a new visual element to the live show in the form of a live mask and puppet performance developed with the help of Quenby Dolgushkin, and the band is hoping to traverse the Pacific Northwest freaking out unsuspecting audiences along the way. Today is the last day to donate, so head over to their page now and click the button.

You can listen to Smiling Songs right here.