Fractal Cat Media Kit

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Baltimore’s Fractal Cat writes and performs music influenced by the classic decades of rock ‘n’ roll, from Buddy Holly to Smokey Robinson to Syd Barrett. As a seven-piece psychedelic rock ‘n’ roll band with horns and strings, or as an acoustic trio, the band combines multipart harmonies with lyrical themes combining social commentary and mysticism. The band released The Tower, its third album of all-original material, live in studio at WTMD Radio, Baltimore in early 2017. That station also named “Tryptide” from the band’s previous album Lovingkind one of the top 14 Baltimore songs of 2014. In 2016, Fractal Cat was featured in the “Maryland Music” documentary presented by Maryland Public Television. The group and its side projects perform at dozens of clubs and festivals in the Baltimore region and beyond, sharing bills with local, regional, and national acts of all stripes.

In Concert

Fractal Cat is pleased to work with these fine events and establishments in the DC metropolitan area: Atlas Intersections Festival DC, Avalon Theatre, Blue Side Tavern, Café Nola, Canton Waterfront Park, Dante’s Bar, Eight-by-Ten Club, Floyd Yoga Jam, Friends of Patterson Park Concert Series, Gathering Baltimore, Gypsy Sally’s, IOTA Club and Cafe, Karmafest, Light City Festival Baltimore, Loyola College, Moonshadow Cafe, New Deal Cafe, Ottobar, Purple Fiddle, Quiet Waters Park, Stoop Storytelling Series, Taste of Three Cities Food Truck Festival, Towson University, WTMD Radio, and more.



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Press Quotes

Baltimore’s premiere psychedelic band.
From the kickoff song ‘Be Careful What You Dream,’ a rocking slice of foot propellant, to the epic spaced-out ‘Streets Are Burning,’ the new album [The Tower] evokes both the old, like the Beatles and other British Invaders from the 1960s, and the new, like My Morning Jacket.
— Baltimore Sun
[Fractal Cat’s] energetic and surreal sound offers urgent calls to trust your intuition, spread love, and give peace a chance.
— Baltimore Magazine
Fractal Cat [creates] a distinctly late Beatles-esque flavor with their very own twist of psychedelic juice.
— Appalachian Jamwich magazine
Fractal Cat plays up hints of Pink Floyd and post-Beatlemania inspiration.
— WLOY Loyola Radio
“No doubt we can expect much more from this talented cabal of Maryland musicians.”
— Washington Times
As fun as it is pleasant, as expansive as it is simple, Lovingkind makes no apologies for being what it is. And what it is is a fantastic showcase for a fantastic band.
— Frederick News-Post
[Some Angel] is one of the best songs composed in any genre or era—bar none.
— Inside World Music

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