• Reviews
    Tensheds – The Dandy Punk Prince – Album Review

    The piano. Vessel of the sonic seas; one of the greatest of the instruments – pristine, smooth, elegant. Capable of providing any mood, atmosphere and tone. I really do love the piano – particularly in gritty, filthy applications choked up with vapour and smog. Working grit into its presentation is often overlooked, but it’s really […]

  • Misc
    Single Slots: Tensheds – Milktrain

    We love many things here, on Cat on the Wall. A slice of Gothique fashion, some nice filthy blues and a well produced music video are all very strong  examples, so it’s perhaps unsurprising that Tensheds got our attention with their single, Milktrain.       Not only is he contacting us from our neck […]

  • Interviews
    Blues, Politics and War – And We Should Die of That Roar.

    By Jordan Mooney. Header image basis, first article photograph and posters courtesy of Igor Gruda, Grafotopia That element of tragedy which lies in the very fact of frequency, has not yet wrought itself into the coarse emotion of mankind; and perhaps our frames could hardly bear much of it. If we had a keen vision […]

  • Interviews
    A Meal With The Sleeping Village Orchestra

    By Jordan Mooney. Music is an infectious, atmospheric device that anybody can create..but it takes a particularly special group of people to create imagery and atmosphere than can be interpreted differently by every listener. A lot of groups tend to go for very strong, sometimes obvious themes to ensure that they – and the people […]