Baltimore's psychedelic bliss-rock experience FRACTAL CAT.

Baltimore, psychedelic, music, space rock, Electronic, jam band, East Coast, DC, neo-psychedelic, eye in the dawn, acid rock, 1960s, obscure

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Listen to songs from The Eye in the Dawn:

The Eye in the Dawn
Some Angel
Autumnal Days
The Calling
Doesn’t It Feel
Little by Little
Spiral Slide
Days Keep Falling

download individual tracks, the whole album, or buy the CD at one of the following websites:

iTunes | BandCamp | CDbaby | Amazon

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New video "Climb That Hill"

Recorded live at the Metropolitan, Annapolis, MD
Song by Keith Jones
Cameras: Tom Gannett, Chancey Gannett, Sarah Schwartz
Produced by Tom Gannett


available on CD & for download at:
iTunes | BandCamp | CDbaby | Amazon

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"The Eye in the Dawn is a theme album based on the journey of spiritual awakening. We have paid homage to our favorite psychedelic rock albums of the sixties and seventies in producing this, while carving out a style of our own. The album was completely self-produced, recorded using real instruments by Fractal Cat and our friends. We made the album on a budget of zero in our homemade studio in Baltimore. Andy says it's 'very heady'."

CD Release Show: Metro Gallery, Baltimore

reviewed by WHAT WEEKLY

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photo courtesy of What Weekly

DC Deli's Band of the Month (November)

read: Interview with Fractal Cat - by Dawn Reed

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