I Like Cats
What a venue! What a gig! If you haven’t checked out the Laneway Bar in Underwood St (Circular Quay) then take a walk through the sandstone alleys to find it. Located under a precarious collection of junk, the bar takes up all of three square metres and will only be around until the end of
Well lads, ladettes and non-gender specifics, it’s Monday afternoon and for most of you out there that probably means four more solid days of work before the weekend winds around again.
Supergroup i like cats have been wowing audiences for just over a year, ever since they were gathered together by Charles M Diddy.
In this Issue: Exquisite Corpse 1st Birthday, I Like Cats, Ghoul, Danimals
Club 77 has long held a reputation as a den of filth, debauchery and filthy debauchery. On the night I showed up not much had changed. Opening act Yes Nukes delivered a passionate set of high energy post punk. The bass player and guitarist were both furious and skilled in their delivery but the drummer
It is common knowledge that Sydney has always comfortably donned the title of the ‘pretty city’, leaving the arts sphere and thriving bar culture to Melbourne. For too long Sydney has shyly scuffed its feet at the thought of pursuing its own creative force in the club scene.
Jager Uprising nights at the Annandale are usually an inconsistent affair, with a myriad of unknown bands taking advantage of the showcase to get a leg up in the industry. But it was something altogether different this Wednesday night as The Bird’s Robe Collective curated a line-up of progressive acts to take the venue by
Hailing from the fence filled shores of Stanmore, i like cats will be supporting CODA Friday Sep 12th at Manning Bar along with WIM and main support Cloud Control. Intrigued by their penchant for indulgent and spleen-jarring crescendos, I sat down with some of the guys to discuss where they get their inspiration from.
By Verge Arts Festival Co- Director Max Rapley. What is Verge? Well, it’s an arts festival, but who knows what the hell that means. The arts can be anything, from the Sistine Chapel to bathing in cat piss and setting yourself on fire. It’s a flexible term at the best of times. I prefer to
I Like Cats are easily one of the most exciting and original bands to emerge from the depths of the Sydney scene this year.