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Fat Cat Records (Record label)
Fat Cat Records is a Brighton-based record label, founded in 1997 by David Cawley and Alexander Knight.
Fat Cat Records in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 02.05.2012
Other People's Problems
Breton manage to balance the genre-mix of Hip-Hop, Indie and Electronica between the obvious poles »arty« and »danceable« and thereby create a complex yet fresh music.
Music − Review | posted 11.07.2011
Salon des Amateurs
Hauschka’s new album, Salon des Amateurs, oscillates somewhere between a primed piano under institutionalized conditions and expressive dance in the light of a stroboscope.
Music − Column | posted 23.09.2021
Primal Scream – Screamadelica (1991)
1991 – what a year for rock music. The albums by Nirvana, Soundgarden and Red Hot Chili Peppers released September 24, 1991 made rock become popular again. But »Screamadelica« by Primal Scream changed the whole genre.
Music − Review | posted 27.10.2021
Shouts 2021 Vol.1&2
With »Shouts 2021,« the British label Rhythm Section International follows up the first instalment of its compilation series with an even more ambitious second one.
Music − Column | posted 24.09.2021
A Tribe Called Quest – Low End Theory (1991)
It doesn’t get much better than that. At the beginning of the 1990s, A Tribe Called Quest brought the flow to the point with their second album »The Low End Theory«. Without aggressive male poses, but with jazz, breaks and vibe.
Music − List | posted 07.10.2021
10 All Time Favs
Pictures and sounds could never really be separated from each other with Palmbomen II. His new record, »Make A Film,« provides the music for the moving pictures that we all have yet to shoot. What music inspires him when composing film music, the Dutch producer has told us now.
Music − Review | posted 18.10.2021
More Virtual Dreams: Music From Memory pay tribute to MLO with an extensive compilation of the ambient duo’s mid-90s work.