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Baltimore’s Fractal Cat is inspired by early rock ‘n’ roll, classic soul, and psychedelia; musical influences include Buddy Holly, early Pink Floyd, and John Coltrane, while lyrical inspirations range from Blake to Buddha. The band is currently promoting Lovingkind, its second album of all-original material. The album track “Tryptide” was named by WTMD Radio’s Sam Sessa as one of the top 14 Baltimore songs of 2014. Fractal Cat has shared the stage with national, regional, and local talent including Consider the Source, Telesma, and Deaf Scene. Fractal Cat is produced by Miles Gannett and mastered by Motown legend Bob Olhsson.

"[Fractal Cat] show the clear influence of the British invasion sound, still relevant more than a half-century later." - The Washington Times

"A fresh, melodic take on pop/psychedelic music." -The Baltimore Sun

"Fractal Cat [creates] a distinctly late Beatles-esque flavor with their very own twist of psychedelic juice." - Appalachian Jamwich magazine [+]
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Created: March 7, 2016, 10 a.m.
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