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Charting the Music: Sleepy Kitty, 'Infinity City'

Charting the Music: Sleepy Kitty, 'Infinity City' facebook.com/sleepykittymusic / Corey Woodruff
Written by Joshua Edwards
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Holding strong on the KDHX charts for several weeks is "Infinity City," the new full-length release from St. Louis duo Sleep Kitty.

Sleepy Kitty’s sole two members, Paige Brubeck and Evan Sult, both being vocalists and multi-instrumentalists, have emphasized a full array of sounds on this album. The sonic environment is filled with vocal layers, percussion, keys and tapes. The mixes are flawless.

The harmonies seem to surround a listener (especially when indulging with headphones), and are particularly haunting on songs like "Way Out." Guitars ranging from clean to filthy are accentuated throughout the album, pleasing most any '90s alternative or '60s garage enthusiast.

The folks down at Euclid Records have put out what is likely to become a local, if not national, classic. The mesmeric melodies of "Infinity City" provide a fine soundtrack for, as the band sings, "riding with St. Louis" -- and beyond.

On the KDHX Charts: #3 CMJ for August 23, 2011.

This album can be heard on: Silver Tray, the Mixtape and Memphis to Manchester.

Even more: See photos and read a review of Sleepy Kitty's performance at the KDHX-presented Thursdays at the Intersection.

Sleepy Kitty-"Seventeen" by Riverfront Times

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