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tAngerinecAt - Many Kettles on CD

"Album is immense. Exceptional..."

John Hywel Morris, PRS for Music Senior Membership Development Manager, Wales

“I can't stop listening to Tangerinecat's new album 'Many Kettles' I am completely blown away by the sound you've captured, it's amazing. It felt similar to when I saw/heard a group of throat singers from Mongolia that managed to convey horses riding across a vast wilderness in their music and voices, your music has similar qualities like it's a portal that beams you into other spaces and you get lost in it all. I don't have words to describe how good the music is or how I couldn't stop smiling and thinking this is one of the best albums I have heard.”  Read more...

Rosie Ireson

"This is a beautiful and brutal album... if you ever want to meander somewhere left field then start here, the journey is fulfilling and worth your precious time."  Read more...

Stuart Corry, Magic Onion Music

"tAngerinecAt's newest album "Many Kettles" may just be the most important piece of art you need to navigate these times."  Read more...

Dave Eggleston/Mirrorkill

“... It has a rich and heavy sound (not the death-metal kind of heavy but rather like the big turnip kind of heavy? like you feel its physical weight and it's very satisfying) - a sound that vibrates like a tight spring. And yet there is nothing vibratingly-uncertain about its wrathful lyrics, and nothing turnip-like about its piercing vocals. They are personal, sometimes harsh, lashing with indignation, pain, and sarcasm. It is this double-edgedness of the album, this productive tension within it, along with the sheer volume of its oceanic sound, that makes it an absolutely unique experience … the album to me feels deeply therapeutic... Love in vengeance, hope in annihilation, protectiveness in a roar, and the gracefulness in the cold slap-in-the-face sarcasm of "Enjoy your tea" at the end of the album contents. It might leave you uneasy - it doesn't try to pull its punches - or feeling like you've just come back up from the bottom of the sea. That's the point though. tAngerinecAt are not trying to be nice to you, but they offer you an experience and a journey, and the scary intimacy of being alone with an ocean.”  Read more...

Masha Semashyna/Ukrainian poet and a PhD student at the Central European University

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