Bio

Black Cat Habitat

Soulful and Shamelessly Melodic Indie-Rock

Black Cat Habitat is a soulful and shamelessly melodic indie-rock band with a beautifully-worn 90's sensibility, led by singer-songwriter Rachel McCullough, with Neal Blumberg on lead guitar, Tony Simpson on bass, and Jay B. Wade on drums. Black Cat Habitat's high-energy shows feature soaring choruses, texture-laden guitars, undeniable groove, and and a back-beat-on-lock. Making new friends wherever they play, they love bring good vibes to the ears of audiences and smiles to their faces.

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Press / Reviews

"To this writer’s ears, Maria McKee and Lone Justice came to mind hearing the beguiling “Jam the Signal,” the title song from BCH’s 2016 album. You can’t really liken it to most pop or rock, though, it evades comparison." - Susan Van Dongen, U.S. 1

 

"...their repertoire has nuggets of soul collided with the jangle of guitar and rockin' choruses." - Lisa Rich, The Times/NJ.com

"Their sound is reminiscent of powerful female rock of the '90s; her vocals stand out as a big, bold display of what happens when indie meets grunge and has a rendezvous with alternative rock." - Lisa Rich, The Times/NJ.com

 

“They've got a sinister sweetness that makes their show oh-so-good. Black Cat Habitat is a shameless indie pop-rock band that puts on a sultry, raw performance every time they take stage." - Lisa Rich, The Times/NJ.Com

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