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There's a commonly held belief that Tasmania is a barren landscape. That it's devoid of culture, suitable only for heathen farmhands and sibling fornicators. Hobart's Native Cats play straight forward trance-inducing pop that pretty much shatters this...
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Native Cats

Vice: Why a two piece? Couldn’t find anymore people into decent music in Tasmania?

Julian:

Peter:

So you guys jam econo?

Julian:

Peter, Julian says you have a flourishing stand-up comedy career on the horizon.

Peter:

Julian:

So you never blend the two?

Peter:

What gets you more women?

Julian:

How do you guys react to boring taunts about Tasmania? You know, like “Adelaide is proof that Tasmanians can swim” and such.

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Julian:

What’s your response to cop-outs like that?

Julian:

So you don’t think living in Tasmania is compromising your success in terms of a wider audience?

Julian:

Peter:

So, you want to put Tassie on the map musically and shatter this cousin-fucker thing?

Julian:

here we are!!

Peter:

here we are!!

just to prove it can be done!!!!

The Native Cats have a full length album available from Consumer Productions and a new single available from White Denim Records. They have a forthcoming full length due out on Siltbreeze Records in their future. www.myspace.com/thenativecats