One year ago, CatCat temporarily left Paris to settle for one month in Los Angeles and make a childhood dream come true: write his new EP under the Californian sun. Having ventured into the maze of Joshua Tree Park, he met Ted Quinn, the "Iggy Pop" of the desert , approaching sixty. The artistic feeling blends immediately with the western decor and the rocker agreed to pose his gravelly voice on "Pioneer Canyon," a Deep- Pop ode to the winding roads of the region and the ghosts that inhabit them according to local legend. Later on his road-trip, a few miles from the Coachella Valley, CatCat wrote "From Dusk Till Dawn", a club track, dark and sexy that leaves room for tribal percussion, all loaded with big groovy bass . Dina, a young "it-girl" from LA sticks her sensual"spoken word" to be a break before a very fat tuba avalanche. Back in France, between two gigs, the DJ-producer is working on the final mix and then decides to entrust three of his accomplices the rereading of "Pioneer Canyon." After a first EP signed to Word Up Records, the label of The Supermen Lovers, warmly praised by critics and blogs, the young duo Neumodel proposes a bluesy remix, tinged with chill music while imposing ultra -dance. For i'ts part, Amevicious, rising star of the excellent Marseille label La Dame Noir, offers a relentlessly dark and hallucinated rewriting of the single. To conclude the EP smoothly, UN*DEUX, the Parisian producer signed on Tealer Records and Ondule Recordings declines an old-school Deep House vibe with classic UK accents to the best effect. The third CatCat's EP, "Joshua's Trip", was born. 28 minutes and 43 seconds of electronic music with desert vibes.