• Reviews
    The Chronicles of Purpleman – Review

    By Jordan Mooney. With thanks to Tess Humphrey, Purpleman, Rob Martin and Helen Fay.   Purpleman’s name has been rung around a lot in the Yorkshire press as of late; little surprise, for he’s been extraordinarily busy. Art shows, new performance pieces, the enlisting of further Purple gentlemen across the world, and, as a piece […]

  • Reviews
    ALPHABETIC debut first single, French Boyfriend

    By Jordan Mooney. Alphabetic are a particularly fine call back to the days when music was, perhaps, simpler – but harder to categorise and easier to adapt for any situation. This is the good side of the 80s; less swaggering rock wankers and a bit more in the line of the radio’s finest moments. French […]

  • Reviews
    Raizing Hell – Monsters Prefer Blondes Review

    By Jordan Mooney. Proofread by Lydia Byron. Raizing Hell are back! And whilst they’re no soberer than their last visit to the elusive Cat on the Wall towers, they’ve certainly pulled a few changes. What do we think of their latest piece of B-music anarchy? Read on… It’s very clear that Monsters Prefer Blondes has […]

  • Reviews
    Dick Venom & The Terrortones – Snake Oil For Snakes review

    By Jordan Mooney. Proofreading by Lydia Byron. Dick Venom is easily one of the most creative voices of corruption in the United Kingdom today. His Terrortones are enamoured and feared; not only at Cat on the Wall towers, but across the country. Few groups can hump a stage to such a fine art. Few groups […]

  • Features
    Whatever Happened To PHOO ACTION? A Retrospective And Study

    Disclaimer: This piece is written to be largely humorous. No offence is intended to the sort of people who get angry at web writers. We are huge fans of Jamie Hewlett, Damon Albarn, Gorillaz, Tank Girl etc. etc. etc. and do not need reminding how brilliant they all are. Thank you. By Jordan Mooney. Jamie […]

  • Reviews
    Movie Review: Doctor Goldfoot & The Bikini Machine (1965)

    By Jordan Mooney. If Cat on the Wall was not so duly flooded by music promoters, gig advertisements and bands, we would likely have become a Vincent Price fanzine by now. Vincent Price represents an entire era of horror picture, the elegant, gothic but-oh-so fiendish rogue of the genre’s most elegant forms of exploitation and […]

  • Interviews
    Fancy Dancing Vaudevillains – meet Fable Cry!

    By Jordan Mooney. Strap yourself in, ladies and gents. Goths, take the weight off of your four foot heels. Steampunkers, sail your airships in this North-Westerly direction. Vaudevillians, set yourself in the crouching positions. This one’s a cracker.. You’re walking through a town. It’s a strange place; it could be anywhere, any time period. It’s […]