HOTT MT release new album ‘Kat Kastle’ on White Iris Records

By on February 26, 2014


Continuing with their White Label Series, White Iris is teaming up with HOTT MT (Hour Of The Time Majesty Twelve) to release their Kat Kastle 7″

– available today on iTunes and limited edition hand-numberd vinyl. Queen Ashi Dala’s ethereal vocals stand at the forefront of both Kat Kastle & Morning, capturing the bands’ eccentric personality while also nodding
to their spiritual figureheads. The A-side features a funky, danceable baseline with demanding vocals that ask “What are you afraid of?!?”, while the B-side transitions to a soft, revealing sound with engaging
lyrics that confess “You frighten me when you talk about your dreams.”

HOTT MT is a Los Angeles based collective that live and work in the industrial section of Chinatown. Musically the group consider Thai pop/ folk and shoegaze as their main sonic influences. HOTT MT

also considers the work of Joseph Campbell and William Cooper to be integral to their philosophy and lyrical content; the latter being the host of the Hour Of The Time radio show, which inspired the collectives’

name. The band is best known for their impromptu collaboration on the song and video “Never Hate Again” with Flaming Lips’ frontman Wayne Coyne. After finding Coyne’s address on google maps, the group traveled

20 hours by car to show up unannounced on his doorstep. The chance meeting has lead to a number of collaborations including the recent cover album of The Stone Roses debut full-length. In addition to The Lips, HOTT

MT have performed live with Bat For Lashes, Wavves, Frightened Rabbit, Django Django, Robert DeLong, Ra Ra Riot, and the legendary Tony Clifton. 

Tour Dates:

 March 5 – The Satellite (White Iris Indie is Pop Record Release Show) – Los Angeles, CA
March 8 – The Smell – Los Angeles, CA
March 9 – Pub Rock Live – Scottsdale, AZ
March 10 – Black Market – El Paso, TX
March 11 – Holy Mountain (White Iris Showcase) – Austin, TX
March 12 – Trailer Space Records (Burger SXSW Kick-off) – Austin, TX
March 17 – Marquis Theatre (w/ Fever The Ghost) – Denver, CO
March 18 – Kilby Court (w/ Fever The Ghost) – SLC, UT
March 27 – LA Fort – Los Angeles, CA

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Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.