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Kittens of The Internet - Kittens of The Internet EP Review

06 May 2017 // A review by Ria Loveder

Kittens of the Internet have shown the New Zealand music why they are Silver Scroll nominees with their self-titled EP.

With its upbeat tracks and vibrant sounds they’re songs are a breath of fresh air for the electronic music scene.

What I love about this EP is they’re lyrics are very descriptive and emotive, read by themselves they have the potential to create a somewhat serious and gloomy outlook on life, but once added with electronic beats, it makes the hardships and struggles of life seem not that severe.

This EP encapsulates growing up and the struggles that go with it, life ambitions, relationships, growing older, a life soundtrack of dreamy vocals and effervescent beats.

My favourite track on the EP is Bitter, written about the many troublesome thoughts that go on in people’s heads, the ones that keep you up and night pushing you to the point of insanity. Beautifully poetic lyrics and intoxicating vigour this song is one to be played loud and to get lost in.

Kittens of the Internet have got themselves a new fan, I look forward to what they have next in store and to see them grow in the New Zealand music scene. 


About Kittens of The Internet

Vibrant electronic band Kittens of The Internet are a two piece featuring Katie Scott & Mahuia Bridgman-Cooper. Their playful name extends into their sound creating an intoxicating sugar-rush energy of alternative electro pop with dreamy luscious vocals & captivating stories.

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Kittens of the Internet
Year: 2017
Type: EP

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