No Wine For Kittens
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No Wine For Kittens

Asbury Park, New Jersey, United States | SELF

Asbury Park, New Jersey, United States | SELF
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"Greater Trenton live & local music listings"

Charming, harmonic and full of zest, the guy-girl bounce in the Asbury indie-rockers’ sunny single “Emily Part I” is pure pop splendor. An addictive 2:57, the song has the spontaneous vocal delivery you’d hear from The Shins and Belly if they were eating brunch with Frank Black on a rocket ship around the rings of Saturn. The crew gets folky too in its snap-along sound-scape but in a Mary-Lou-Lord-meets-Matt-Pond-Pa-sort of way. And that’s warming as hell. The 2009 Asbury Music Award winners for Top Indie Band play The Mill Hill Basement (300 S. Broad St., Trenton) tomorrow night. Show starts at 10. Satellite Hearts (ex-Honah Lee/Dead Flowers) headline. Hightstown’s Attic Dancers play, too. Tickets cost $5. 21-plus. - The Trentonian


"No Wine for Kittens Live"

"With influential sounds along the lines of Bright Eyes, The Beatles, and Pinback, No Wine For Kittens are a clever young band with some unapologetic surprises left up their sleeves". - The Aquarrian Weekly


"Pony Ends Night with Kittens"

"No wine for kittens have become one of the hottest acts in the lively Asbury Park music scene". - Viking News


Discography

Self titled EP

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No Wine for Kittens is a pop/indie rock band heavy on harmonies with a male and female singer. NW4K are influenced musically by acts like Death Cab for Cutie, Pinback, Modest Mouse, and the Shins while having a storytelling aspect similar to Bright Eyes or Bob Dylan. The Aquarian Weekly recently stated that No Wine For Kittens are a clever young band with some unapologetic surprises left up their sleeves, while Viking News of Ocean County stated that they are one of the hottest bands in New Jersey. The Band also won the 2009 and 2010 Asbury Music Awards for top indie rock,and the 2010 Asbury Music Awards for best song. They also have recently had their music featured in the short film "Falling to Pieces."