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Tigercats Vinyl, CD & tapes from Norman Records

Pig City

Tigercats come through with their third LP, and first for new label El Segell De Primavera (Primavera Sound). Though born of frustration with the incessant march of gentrification in their native East London, Pig City channels this fury with righteousness. Afrobeat, psych-rock, indie-ro...view item »

Sleeping In The Backseat

I hate parties me. That's why I like Tigercats best when they are miserable - their party type songs just make me want to thump someone. Here they are and luckily for me they are in misery mood on a mid tempo song which drifts along longingly and the male and female vocalists harmonies whilst presumably not looking anywhere near each others...view item »

Isle Of Dogs

Despite my love for C86 style indie-pop there’s still a lot of the stuff that gets my goat. For example, I’m the only person in the entirety of the universe that doesn’t get the Wave Pictures. A fact which means that this re-issue of the debut from popular indie combo Tigercats could...view item »


Indie-pop can perhaps sound the most primitive of the indie sub-genres, but there's a method to its naivety - it's not always easy to pull off with such conviction. Tigercats represent the kind of perfect pop that never fails to enamour me, so this review might be a little bit more hyperbolic than some people th...view item »

Harper Lee / Cats Run Free

There used to be a band called Harper Lee but this is not them. This is actually by Tigercats but their name is not on the front cover so I wouldn’t know. I...view item »