Thee Katatonix


Thee Katatonix Daisy Chain / Home Alone 7″

KATATONIX display a knack for catchy, inoffensive neo-psych on this one. The A-side contains synth and poppish vocal harmonies in a ballad form, while the flip is even slower, but has some good, hard guitars. Basically okay for what it is.

Thee Katatonix Divine Mission LP

This is one of those super-cool punkadelic records that’ll probably never get the acclaim it deserves. Like YO, THEE KATATONIX manage to combine some of the best elements from the ’60s to the ’80s—punky guitars, snarling FLESHTONES-like singing, some semi-psychedelic melodies, and haunting background vocals—in a highly original, unselfconscious way. That’s what differentiates them from the legions of more derivative outfits. Refreshingly good.