The Warehouse (1993)

by Dribbly Cat Attraction

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Daniel Devcich - Bass etc.
Grant Brodie - Keyboards etc.
Stefan Neville - Drums / Vocals etc.
Jon Arcus - Guitar etc
Adrian Williams - Extra Vocals etc on 4 + 6.
Geoff Neville wrote the words to 3.

1. recorded June 1993 at The Fridge studio, by Gordon Bassett. Originally released on "Discordia Concors" compilation CD. (Zygote Promotions)
2. recorded sometime in 1992 in the back of a secondhand furniture shop on Grey St. in Hamilton East. Originally released on "Nice" A Plop Compilation cassette. (Plop)
4 + 6. recorded live to air for Contact 89FM at The Fridge. 20/7/93.
3,5 + 7. recorded December 1993 at The Fridge, by Greg Locke & Gordon Bassett. Originally released on "The Fridge" compilation CD. (Fridge Records)

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Me & Jon Arcus had been playing together as the initial drums & guitar version of "Pumice" when we met Grant Brodie at our new school. He was a hot shit keyboard player and instant friend so we started playing with him as "Gutwrench Supplex". Grant had another band with Dan Devcich & Adrian Williams called "The Not Sures" Those guys were shit hot & instant friends too so we all joined together to form "Thud Of Body" which became "Dribbly Cat Attraction". Adrian didnt stay in the band long. He wanted to roam South America.

The band began when we were 16 and finished up when we were about 18. We were quite popular. We played lots around Hamilton. At Waikato University, The Hillcrest Tavern, The Riverina, Ward Lane, and the mighty Rockafellers nightclub in Frankton. A girl told us we made her levitate when we played at a NORML party. I first met Glen Frenzy after we played at Sgt Dion's 21st and he said we should play at drug parties. We went on tour to Palmerston North. We recorded a few sessions on 8 track at the Contact FM studios and had music released on two Hamilton compilation CDs. We released a live tape.

Then Jon went overseas and we all moved on.

At its best it was an enormous transcendental teenage orgasm. A pathway from being a rugby & record playing bedroom recluse to going to gigs & parties & meeting amazing people & feeling like a worthwhile person. Learning to get wasted on week nights & going to school hungover.

-Stefan 10/5/16

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released May 10, 2016

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