- 08.07.16 - New album announced: "Cubist Collar" will be released in Spring of 2017.
- 06.21.14 - Captain SIB's Psychedelic Freakout features "Surrender Love".
- 06.17.14 - RELEASED! RELEASED! RELEASED! Socrates Sculpture hits all major online music stores. A limited 100 copy CD digipak is out for sale. GET 'EM QUICK!
- 06.06.14 - Rex Manning Day music blog announces that "Agree Machines" is one of the top indie pop tracks of 2014.
- 03.01.14 - The Socrates Sculpture release date is announced. A 32-month project, our sophomore album, Socrates Sculpture is scheduled for a release of June 17th, 2014!
- 04.22.12 - We're in the studio writing and recording our next release. Planned for release in the late autumn is a five track EP, which will be the prequel to our 2013 LP release. More to come, but for now, we're semi-recluse, focusing upon writing.
- 12.13.11 - Performing with jazz-afrobeat act The Brighton Beat, Blue Cast Catalyst front, Adam Trull, is performing at the famed Cameo Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. 93 North 6th Street (between Berry & Wythe) Brooklyn, NY. January 4th.
- 12.11.11 - Performances at The Bar East and The Delancey in New York City were a huge success with great turnouts! Many thanks to our fans. We're booking additional dates for late winter and Spring.
- 10.26.11 - Noteborn, a television and film music licensing company has selected "To Resolve" for their music catalog.
- 10.14.11 - "Sold Your Soul" ranked as a Tunes On Fire on TuneCrank.com. Sold Your Soul currently holds the 9th spot on the list.
- 08.22.11 - IndieMusicDigest declares "As Bright As Day" as: 8 out of 10 stars and the Pick of the Week. "From start to finish [As Bright As Day] by Blue Cast Catalyst is a strong musical statement. The music is highly melodic, polished & packed with powerful emotions & passion. The writing creativity of these 2 is clearly a force to reckoned with. It would be wise to keep a watchful eye on them."
- 08.11.11 - IndieBandHouse picked up As Bright As Day for a very positive review. A great quote from the review: "They very-well could be the next popular indie breakthrough."