HomeMusicReview: Little Cat Little Cat “Self-Titled” (Pandacide Records) Little Cat is very interesting lo-fi electronic music thats extremely hard to characterize. It seems Devon Rumrill spent some four years (give or take a year) recording this record on VHS and cassette. Devon prefers VHS for its clear but characteristically imperfect sound. In its own right, this album is a masterpiece. Early recordings for this record were made with non-sequenced Casio samples and later recordings were sequenced. Imagine having to use non-sequenced samples to overdub on a four-track or VHS to make transient electronic music. No wonder it took four years because as a solo project that must have been frustrating. The outcome of DRs hard work is a sound similar to Final Fantasy. I played role playing games a lot when I was a kid and I think the music kicks some major ass. This album sounds like it could be the sound track for a FF game set in the future. I dont know if my mind gets lost in the music or the music gets lost in my mind, but this is an unbelievable record.