The people behind Cat Power's MySpace site - located right here and frustratingly only featuring one song - have called the singer's fans "harbringers of dark magick" in a bulletin.
The bulletin, sent to remind/inform fans of Cat Power's recernt nomination for a Brit Award (click here to read about DiS's time at the launch), reads as follows:
That's right, peoples. Cat Power has been nominated for a BRIT Award in the Best International Female category. For our US readers, the BRIT awards are kinda like the UK version of the Grammys. Traditionally the domain of millions-selling pop stars, Cat Power has manged to get onto the nomination list by... well, we're not sure. We're not in the habit of assuming that artists deserving awards might actually get them. We're dumbfounded, in fact, given her competition.
She's up against: Beyonce, Christina Aguilera, Pink and Nelly Furtado.
Surely it can't be that industry bigwigs have finally realised that they should give awards to, y'know, really great artists? I mean, what are the chances of that? The only explanation I can think of is voodoo. Practised by members of the Cat Power bulletin board. We salute you, harbringers of dark magick. Well played.
Yes, well played you freakin' witches. Now get OUT of my mind...