Achieving a flow between innovation and power-pop is a feat that artists struggle with everyday. The musical prowess of Catlow, however, makes it appear deceptively simple. Perhaps most significant is that Catlow is the new incarnation of Natasha Thirsk, lead-singer for indie-rock darling The Dirtmitts. Debut album, Kiss The World, was born out of three years of creativity centered around Studio 9 in Los Angeles and beautifully exemplifies all of Natasha's artistic strengths. With a seamless yet intricate weave of textured vocals and teasingly provocative lyrics, this incredibly diverse recording is complimented by the world class musicianship of Ian Browne (Matthew Good Band), Wil Golden (Michelle Branch), Ed Maxwell, and Al Sgro (Gary Jules) along with several others. A recent highlight was the inclusion of the title track "Get On" in the Showtime television series soundtrack The L Word: Second Season, released on Tommy Boy Records. With instantly accessible melodies and enough eccentric charm to win over fans of Rilo Kiley, Blonde Redhead and The Breeders, Kiss The World is already highly acclaimed by tastemakers across North America.