R2 Magazine

Review from March/April edition of 2012 R2 Magazine

Schwindy’s indie music spotlight:

Schwindy’s indie music spotlight: The King Cheetah Gary Schwind Orange County Music Examiner Sometimes the best musical finds are the serendipitous ones. Take The King Cheetah, for instance. My introduction to this band came after posting my review of Thee Gravemen. And I’m glad I was introduced. The Museum of Tolerance (Clearcut Records, 2011) begins with the(…)

Uber Rock Review

  The King Cheetah – ‘Museum Of Tolerance’ EP (Clearcut Records) CD Reviews Written by Dom Daley Wednesday, 18 January 2012 05:00 Based in Los Angeles this East London three piece have managed to knockout this here E.P. and still keep us folks back home at the front of their minds. Lead Track ‘Museum Of(…)

Big Cheese Review

Big Cheese Review

  THE KING CHEETAH – MUSEUM OF TOLERANCE EP (Clearcut/Western Outpost) **** The King Cheetah, a rock ‘n’ roll trio from Los Angeles, puts out a four-song EP that explores a new sound. They create a wall of sound that flips between the raw power of rock ‘n’ roll and more melodic passages as the(…)

Classic Rock Mag – ‘Track Of The Day’

The King Cheetah – ‘5th Of Ten‘. Exclusive FREE DOWNLOAD (taken from the ‘Museum Of Tolerance‘ EP – released Dec 5th 2011) Classic Rock Magazine – TRACK OF THE DAY: Listen to more tracks by The King Cheetah HERE Rare UK live show / EP launch party: Tuesday 6th December 2011 – 12 Bar Club,(…)

The King Cheetah in December’s ‘Vive Le Rock’ mag

The King Cheetah appear in the December 2011 issue of Vive le Rock magazine, as well as having a track on the CD covermount. One of the UK’s best music mags; Vive Le Rock is available in WH Smiths & other UK newsagents Weds 16th November. Also available as an import on news-stands throughout Europe, USA & Rest(…)