July 31, 2017

Cat Daiquiri: Kill The Password

Chicago indie trio Cat Daiquiri are back with a new EP filled with left field indie rock songs. On Kill The Password they tell stories about tattooed ladies, the numbing effects of sugar and dropping the tools that were essential for building a house. The best bits happen during the slow Please Don't Save Us. Starting as a friendly vocals duel the song builds up to shared crescendo of distorted guitar, bass and drums.

With this release Sarah Sterling (Videotape, Astrobrite, In Miniature, Nervous Cloud), Steve Rajewski (Canada, Little Midnight) and Graham Bauerle (Carbon Dioxide) have evolved into a proper band and not just an side project outlet. Recommended if you like Ryan Adams, Pavement and The Replacements.

Cat Daiquiri:
Graham Bauerle: bass
Steve Rajewski: guitar, vocals, keys
Sarah Sterling: drums, vocals, keys

Kill The Password is a self-released EP. Buy it (pay-what-you-want) from their website.

  1. Sugar Rules
  2. Please Don't Save Us
  3. What Everything Is
  4. Kill The Password
  5. Vicki's Ink

» catdaiquiri.com

HCTF review of Cat Daiquiri EP.

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