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Nick Perez is the live guitarist of the band Kitten

Kitten is an American indie rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 2009. In 2010, they released their first EP, Sunday School. In 2011, they followed up with the release of their second EP Cut It Out. In August 2013, the EP Like a Stranger was made available on iTunes. Kitten’s self-titled debut album, produced by Chad Anderson and Gavin MacKillop, was released on June 24, 2014. Rolling Stone Magazine ranked it #16 on its list of 20 Best Pop Albums of 2014. Kitten has also garnered media attention from Nylon, Vice, Rolling Stone, Interview, Teen Vogue, Spin. They also briefly signed with Velvet Hammer Music and Management Group in February 2014 but left in June of the same year.

Kitten has opened for bands such as No Doubt, Paramore, The Neighbourhood, Electric Six, Young the Giant, Garbage and Charli XCX.[2] has described lead singer Chaidez as having “a raw power and believability as a performer.”[3]

Kitten has been billed for festivals such as SXSW, Jubilee, Edgefest, Middle of the Map Festival, Summerfest and Riot Fest.

Mix Mondays: Listen to Armin van Buuren, The Martinez Brothers, Nite Skool Klik & More

Billboard can’t cure a case of the Mondays, but we sure can help you cope. Here are five standout mixes and podcasts from a variety of genres for your listening pleasure.

Mellow Monday: Dirty Doering - Ibiza Global Radio Show

Katermukke’s captain shows off the softer side of Berlin’s underground dance scene in this contemplative hour-long outing.

Techno Tuesday: The Martinez Brothers - Sunday School Sessions Ep. 050

The Bronx natives fittingly take the New York podcast’s reins to help celebrate its 50th episode.

Weird Wednesday: Nite School Klik (DJ Shadow & G Jones) - Nest HQ Guest Mix

Bass music’s newest super-duo deliver an experimental 45-minute outing on Skrillex’s free release platform.

Throwback Thursday: Swedish House Mafia - Live at Tomorrowland 2010

Rewind a half-decade to see how the Swedish super-trio made their mark on the Belgian festival before rising to the top of the dance world.

Finally Friday: Armin van Buuren - Live at Tomorrowland 2015

The trance icon shows off his mixing skills with an energetic main stage set that included the world premiere of "Stardust,“ his nuanced collaboration with Jean Michel Jarre.