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Cat SFX and the hopeful return of punk.

Alan Mcgee told the NME that he wanted to sign “cocky little fuckers” for his Creation23 label again. This may apply to wannabe wee Gallaghers and the likes, but the “dark fruits” stereotype doesn’t really do justice to his recent signing of culture critic, mental health advocate Cat SFX. Lead singer Caterina Speranza already has a fair amount of music industry experience. Having previously fronted a band called The Vincent Fiasco who opened for Interpol, Cat has come back 13 years later with more to say. According to McGee, “In a different time, she’d be a punk hero.”

Track Review: All the Money In the World // Cat SFX

After a year of two previous singles, an appearance on Soccer AM and an interview with Rolling Stone amongst many other achievements, Cat SFX released ‘All the Money In the World’ on 9 July and in only two weeks of the track’s release on Spotify, which bashes the wrinkly private school boy clubs of this country, it has mustered an impressive 15,000 streams.

With lyrics like “But you bite the head off when they lend you an ear”, the anxiety rolling off each line is buttered over with an atmosphe

Made of Stone and Style - The Fashion of Madchester

From chemically infused flares to the high octane atmosphere of punters off their heads, Madchester was a unique music and youth movement. Consisting of unpretentious musicians coming together to create something that’s arguably unrepeatable. Manchester and Northwest England have a rich history of dance music and clubs dating back to the 60’s, when Northern Soul was established. Nightclubs of that time 20 years prior to Madchester were possibly the first DJ based culture in the UK.

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