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Black Cat Habitat / Press

“[Black Cat Habitat photo featured in this article!] Hometown Harvest Fair entertained visitors from near and far this weekend with a variety of family friendly activities and delights. According to event chair David Babcock, more than 8,000 people enjoyed the fair's varied offerings. "It was an overall great day showcasing the businesses, talent, and offerings of the Greater Hightstown Area," he said. ”

“Stay Up Late: Wayne Taussig and Deb Cohen of Black Cat Habitat bring their 'soulful and shamelessly melodic original indie pop/rock' to the Alchemist & Barrister.”

“Deb Cohen of the band Black Cat Habitat makes the trip from the Philadelphia area to attend the showcase. "The environment is welcoming and comfortable," Cohen said. "As an indie music fan you hear at least four different artists an hour. As a musician the networking is great and Lance is a total professional." ”

“Stay Up Late on a School Night: Black Cat Habitat brings acoustic and original pop rock — skirting on indie — to the Alchemist & Barrister.”

“Debbie Cohen is way hipper than Shirley Jones. Rubin Kinkaid perform power pop with a sharp edge, mixing melencholy lyrics with upbeat melodies. Thanks to Cohen's strong vocals, the band often recalls...acts such as Pat Benatar and Blondie and contemporary bands such as No Doubt.”

Marianne Meyer - Washington Post

“...eager, talented, and possessing great potential. The same words could describe Northern Virginia's own Rubin Kinkaid, an original altern-pop band. ”

Marianne Meyer - Washington Post

“Pink Elephant opens with the title track, a driving number that showcases Miss Cohen's melodic vocals...The band owes its debt to the grunge era, but Miss Cohen's vocals often recalls 80's acts like Pat Benatar and Blondie. ”

Derek Simmonsen - Washington Times