Natasha Kitty Katt is not your average DJ and producer; she’s an otherworldly force, an intergalactic vampire.
With her hypnotic beats and ethereal melodies, she transports listeners to a cosmic dancefloor where time and space dissolve into a groovy, pulsating journey. Born on a starry night, Natasha emerged from the cosmic mist, destined to bring the essence of disco to the farthest reaches of the universe. Her magnetic presence and extraordinary talent have earned her a reputation as one of the most enigmatic figures in the electronic music scene.
Natasha’s musical odyssey began at a young age, immersed in a kaleidoscope of genres. As she honed her skills, her signature sound evolved—a fusion of funk, soul, and disco with a futuristic twist. Her sets are an auditory experience, an invitation to journey through galaxies of sound, and an exploration of the depths of human emotion.
The moniker “Intergalactic Disco Vampire” perfectly encapsulates Natasha’s artistic persona. She’s a creature of the night, a nocturnal explorer of sonic realms, and a purveyor of infectious rhythms. Her music is both timeless and otherworldly, offering an escape from the mundane into a realm of celestial dance.
How would you describe your music?
I would say my sounds cover Italo and Electronic with Disco influences.
Who inspired you to make music?
It was the natural progression in my DJ career. I loved playing music so much, and it got to the point I was determined to make my own material, and I’ve never looked back.
How do you feel the internet has impacted the music business?
I think streaming has been dreadful for artists. I don’t think people are receiving the proper credit, where credit is due.
Have you got a ritual of sorts when making music?
If I can’t visualize what I’m making, bin it. I need to see images and film clips in my head to the music I make, or it’s back to the drawing board.
What are your top two favorite songs of all time? Why those songs?
I literally cannot pick two songs, this is the hardest question to ask a DJ/Producer. You guys are evil! Haha, I jest. But still, too hard for me.
What’s next for you?
My album Synaptic Juice will be dropping on vinyl next year on F*CLR. I’m beyond excited to unleash this to the world.
What was the last series you watched on TV?
Midnight Mass – I loved it! Shock horror, it had vampires in it…
What do you think the greatest invention has been?
Sliced bread, haha. Okay, I would say spacecrafts are pretty damn cool, oh and turntables.
Do you have any lucky items, objects, or traditions?
I always travel with my crystals, yes, I’m that girl.
If you could ask your future self one question, what would it be?
How’s the progress coming along? Have you done everything you set out to?
If you had to describe yourself as a flavor, what would it be?
Marmite. You either LOVE IT or absolutely HATE IT.
Natasha released her new single ‘Batt Danse’, featuring vocals from Billy Wirth from the cult classic 1987 vampire film ‘The Lost Boys’, on 27 October. Natasha has also released a new horror short for the single
Speaking of the video, she says, “As a lover of all things Vamps, The Lost Boys is a stand-out film for me. Give me 80s, vampires and a killer soundtrack and you have one happy Katt. When I composed Batt Danse, I could visualise a tribute to my beloved vampires, as well as paying tribute to the Danse Macabre. I wanted something with a creepy electronic edge. I filmed the video for ‘Batt Danse’ with No Reel Productions – including the genius behind the animations, Scott Kempik alongside some additional creative work from the wonderful, Craig Matthewman. Billy brought out his full Dwayne character for the role. You can hear his vampiric tones and passion as he steps back into his iconic role. The whole team was a dream to work with and they made my nightmare a reality!”