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Statues of Cats

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One of the things we love about music is the gift of discovery! How many times have you had a friend hand you a disc or send you a link to a new band and it turned out way better than you thought it would. That is exactly what happened when we were given a disc by the band Statues of Cats. From the first song to the last, the new EP from Statues of Cats "Memorabilia" is fantastic. Whether you are in the car rockin' out or chilling at the house with some friends, Statue of Cats brings us an album that is listenable over and over! Try keeping your foot from tapping on the floor with this album on... I dare you! We will be getting together with the band for an interview in the next few weeks to talk to them about their new EP "Memorabilia" so stay tuned for more information about where they will be playing and when we will be doing the show!
Check out Statues of Cats on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/StatuesofCats
Below is a sample from their Sound Cloud station, for more previews go to: https://soundcloud.com/statuesofcats - Audio Morpheus


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A band unwavering dedication, perfunctory swagger, and a squeamish sense of antidisestablishmentarianism, Statues of Cats is an up-and-coming rock band from Los Angeles, CA that merges 60’s and 70’s era grittiness with the sounds of classic 90s alternative rock, while giving their music a personal spin with their more experimental and media-saturated sides. The group was formed when Dan Rojas (bass) and David Hauge (vocals/guitar), formerly of beloved Phoenix favorite 42 Eternal, moved to Los Angeles, where they joined forces with veteran musicians Anthony Salazar (drums) and Jonney Machtig (lead guitar). The group has just released their debut EP, "Memorabilia," on independent label 80/20 Records. "Memorabilia" was recorded by Charlie Waymire at Los Angeles' Ultimate Rhythm Studio and was funded by a successful Rochet Hub campaign in which over $6,000 was raised.