Jam the Signal

by Black Cat Habitat

Released 2016
Released 2016
Power chords and female vocals that alternate between contemplative and gut-wrenching.
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Black Cat Habitat is soulful and shamelessly melodic indie pop-rock with a beautifully worn 90's alt-sensibility, led by singer-songwriter Rachel McCullough. Rachel's vocals have been described as "wickedly sweet" and "captivating." She writes and performs bittersweet songs about longing, triumph, and finding your own habitat.

All songs written by Rachel McCullough
Rachel McCullough - Vocals, Guitar
Pier Giacalone - Lead Guitar
Mark Carson - Bass (except Broke My Heart, played by Pier Giacalone)
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Ready to Bruise

by Black Cat Habitat

Released 2011
Released 2011
Soulful, melodic, bittersweet indie acoustic songs about love, longing and finding your own habitat are all dressed up in upbeat tunes framed with black eyeliner.
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Debut EP from indie-pop Black Cat Habitat, with songs about the search for love, hope, acceptance, and well, finding your own habitat. Listeners describe singer-songwriter Rachel McCullough's (aka Deb) vocals as "captivating" and "wickedly sweet" evoking comparisons ranging from Gwen Stefani to Alanis Morissette.

All song written by Rachel McCullough
Light Shines On, Fortune Teller:
Rachel McCullough - Vocals, Guitar
Chris Macica - Guitar
Adam Winokur - Guitar, Bass
Drums - Matt Muir

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So Much for Love

by Black Cat Habitat

Released 2013
Released 2013
Singer-songwriter Rachel McCullough of Black Cat Habitat collaborates with songwriters Dennis Nardantonio and David Turner in this pop/rock single about moving on.
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Singer-songwriter Rachel McCullough of Black Cat Habitat collaborates with songwriters Dennis Nardantonio and David Turner in this pop/rock single about moving on.
Vocals - Rachel McCullough
Guitars - Dennis Nardantonio
Bass, drums - David Turner

Let Me Remember

by Black Cat Habitat

Released 2013
Released 2013
Singer-songwriter Rachel McCullough of Black Cat Habitat collaborates with songwriters Dennis Nardantonio and David Turner in this pop/rock single about finding freedom.
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Singer-songwriter Rachel McCullough of Black Cat Habitat collaborates with songwriters Dennis Nardantonio and David Turner in this pop/rock single about finding freedom.
Vocals - Rachel McCullough
Guitars - Dennis Nardantonio
Bass, drums - David Turner