• Reviews
    Will Wood and the Tapeworms – ‘Live’ at Coffee Haus Studios

    We’ve always been drawn to the odd, eccentric, off-kilter and vaguely violent at Cat on the Wall – so we’ve kept a finger on the pulse of Will Wood’s throbbing, cabaret-laden appendages. There’s everything unhinged; everything twisted and uncontrollable in the way he and his gang performs. Even with this in mind, nobody skips a […]

  • Reviews
    MIDNIGHT MOB – THESE DAYS REVIEW

    By Jordan Mooney. It’s time for the next album sent to us by STP Records’ dear Uncle Stu. Last week it was DragSTER – this time, we’re going for a band we’ve never listened to before from the vast array of unusual artists on the STP roster. Why not? Well, they’re all the way across […]

  • Interviews
    A Baked Double Feature

    By Jordan Mooney Psychedelic Rock is, I feel, often underappreciated. Particularly when it’s done right. By the very nature of the genre, it has to get into the head – and perhaps more importantly, the mind. The human brain is notoriously easy to stick a tune into, but to unfold with music? That takes skill, […]

  • Interviews
    Interview with Stephen Wheel

      We’re really pleased to introduce the multi-talented Cardiff based musician Stephen Wheel who very kindly took some time out to answer our questions. Make sure you check out his website (link is at the bottom of the interview) and listen to tracks from the rather spectacular ‘Snow Angels’… Cat On The Wall: It seems […]

  • Interviews
    Interview with Aleister X

    In a dark dark street there was a dark dark door and through the dark dark door there were some dark dark stairs and up the dark dark stairs into a dark dark room a man called Aleister X lived (for those who don’t quite get the reference, have a look here). Cat On The […]