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Hymn to Dudes

by Cat Mahatta

Cat Mahatta is truth spoken to the powerful in otherworldly harmonies and dance beats inspired by the 90s Hip-Hop and R&B we grew up with teleported to the future; it's Kate Bush meets Aaliyah in the year 2222.
Genre: Pop: Synth Pop
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Cat Mahatta is a collaborative synth-pop/R&B music and performance art project that extends dreamlife into waking reality. Cat speaks truth to the powerful while cloaked in neon, mesh and gold paint that end up enfolding her audience. Her performances create alternate spaces in which oppressed lives exist freely in exaltation. This project started in a bedroom in Oakland as an attempt to encapsulate Cat’s experience as a queer mixed-race multi-instrumentalist, producer and dancer. “We’ve been a fan of her space-building spaced-out space R&B since...we first encountered Cat Mahatta.” - Practical Records
"Hymn to Dudes" is an anthemic message to the patriarchal powers that be that drips with harmony and gold. Her dreamy choral vocals deliver her not-so-subtle complaints about those who abuse their power to demean and oppress. It employs the beauty of the ancient hymn to compel listeners to embrace their own everlasting beauty and power and stop putting up with the BS of these corrupt times.



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