tAngerinecAt
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GB London – Electro-Experimental / Electronica / Techno / Alternative Rock / Electronic Indie
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tAngerinecAt - House of Shards (official music video)
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02 Jul / 2022 Taste the Floor The Green Door Store, Brighton, GB
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Tangerinecat
Ab67616d0000b27352df7ff42fe0a94aa52162e3 Anti-Lullaby Single 2022
Ab67616d0000b2730a2419dccc3ec5919b25269d Something Broke Inside Single 2021
Ab67616d0000b2734d19cd4812de7fd73d096dd5 House of Shards Single 2021
Ab67616d0000b273697c222f747175ccf5eb921e Roses from Blood Single 2018
Ab67616d0000b273ea0f922ebb2e6c0a237e676d Many Kettles Album 2018
Ab67616d0000b273bd2073a8c38900905cbeab78 H.R V.I.P Album 2015
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Many Kettles Album 2019
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Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder H.R. V.I.P Album 2014
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Founded in Ukraine, tAngerinecAt are Eugene Purpurovsky and Paul Chilton - songwriters, composers, producers, and multi-instrumentalists now based in Wales, UK.


Weaving a whole host of inspirations spanning across electronica, Eastern Orthodox chants, Soviet post-punk, doom-metal, drone, baroque-goth, neo-psychedelia, industrial and avant-garde, they feel just as much at home performing live as they do in the producers chair.

Their influences range from artists like Auktyon, Grazhdanskaya Oborona, Gesaffelstein, Son Lux, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, My Dying Bride, to the ethnic music of the Ukrainian Carpathian Mountains and the films of Sergey Parajanov.
In the early days the duo toured in Ukraine, headlining shows throughout the country, and the UK. After moving to the UK in 2016, tAngerinecAt has extensively toured across the country.

As tAngerinecAt they released two albums - Many Kettles and H.R V.I.P. In August 2021 they received a Help Musicians award to release their highly anticipated album "Glass" based around Eugene’s personal experiences as a neurodivergent person, severe trauma, acute poverty and Chernobyl disaster survivor, and a queer multiethnic refugee activist from Ukraine. The album is set for release in 2022. Their recent singles Roses from Blood, Something Broke Inside and House of Shards accompanied by its music video have been notable successes. On 17th January they released a new collaborative single Anti-Lullaby with Norwegian artist Runa de Luna.

"tAngerinecAt is breaking down barriers and the time-space continuum"
- Post-Punk.com

"Watch out for: tAngerinecAt... this is some of the most powerful music I have heard in a long time, and holds a message too... difficult to believe there were only two musicians on stage..." - LOUDER THAN WAR