There is no such thing as a landlocked island, except the one where Sol Cat seems to live. It’s like a place where the mind isn’t fully aware of its surroundings, and confusion welcomes the creativity it inspires. Sol Cat’s eponymous self-released debut album doesn’t necessarily transport you to South Florida from Nashville, TN, but that is an appropriate enough concept. If Music City defines firm lines between genres, Sol Cat’s album champions redistricting, creating challenging new sounds in this arena of the traditional.
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|Jul 19 8:00pm 2015||The Lonely Biscuits, Sol Cat||Stubb's BBQ (Indoor)||All Ages|
|Feb 26 8:00pm 2015||Desert Noises, Sol Cat||Stubb's BBQ (Indoor)||All Ages|
|Jun 26 8:00pm 2014||Featherface, Sol Cat, Little Radar, Modern Medicine||Stubb's BBQ (Indoor)||All Ages|