The Candy Whips Release Shimmery​, New Wave​-​I​nspired Track “A Drop Will Do”. Their Upcoming Album Artificial Melodies Out August 6th via Kitten Robot Records

“’A Drop Will Do‘ reflects on my struggle with alcoholism and the inner turmoil of trying to stop using, yet finding myself back in the grips of addiction with no control again and again,” explains Greg Downing of Oakland, CA-based glam synth band THE CANDY WHIPS about their new reflective and shimmery track. The single Continue Reading

Former Black Flag/dos bassist KIRA transcends her punk and hardcore past with angular dark minimalism on self-titled solo debut album out Oct. 19th via Kitten Robot Records

To many in the ‘80s and ‘90s punk scene, KIRA needs no introduction.  As a member of numerous West Coast hardcore and punk bands including Black Flag and dos (with Mike Watt), she was a fixture in that anarchic world – her bass playing truly iconic in every sense of the Continue Reading

Tombstones In Their Eyes premiere intimate and beautifully haunting “Looking For A Light” video with Ghettoblaster Magazine

With the release of their critically-hailed neo-psychdelic post-punk album Looking For A Light this spring, Kitten Robot recording artists Tombstones In Their Eyes (TITE) have released the trippy video for the title track of the album which premiered with Ghettoblaster Magazine.  A pastiche of atmospheric cinematography, the minimalistic video shot by Swedish filmmaker Maria Magnusson features moody images that showcase Continue Reading

Josie Cotton discusses the re-issue of her first album ‘Convertible Music’, working with producers Bobby and Larson Paine, her love of science fiction and what’s next

Singer Josie Cotton has a timeless quality about her.   Considered one of New Wave’s most iconic voices, she has enjoyed a long and interesting career through which she has explored many different sounds.  Rising to fame with hits such as “Johnny Are You Queer?”, “Jimmy Loves Maryanne” and “He Could Continue Reading