Emerging from the L.A.
Assessing the 10 most interesting
unsigned bands in town
By Ken Tucker
And they ask where are
all the humorous new wavers? Well, take a look at Freddy
Moore, lead id of the Kats quintet. Freddy looks like
Frank Gorshin crossed with John Lydon, and will do anything--
I'm warning you, anything -- for a tumultuous reaction.
He throws himself on the floor, he sings in voices he probably didn't even know he had, and one night he concluded his set by hopping into the lap of a female friend of mine and made a fan for life.
In short, The Kats, are clowns, but they're very good. Their songs are rock and roll. Tight guitars and a virulent saxophone lend the stuff an original energy.
All I know
is, if you want a good time, go to a club featuring the Kats.