It's hard to define Psapp's musicality. Some songs look like some kind of bossa nova, others sound really experimental, and others are more close to electronica. But it can be agreed that their tunes sound dreamy and child-like, together with Galia's smooth voice.
In 2009, they released the EP Early Cats and Tracks- Vol. II, a copilation of old songs presents in other EPs, then they went in a hiatus until 2012. At that time, Galia was dedicating herself to an illustrator career, with a brand new website.
In the end of 2012, however, they did a Twitter account and, apparently, are making a new album for 2013.
- Extended Plays:
- Do Something Wrong (2003)
- Rear Moth (2004)
- Buttons and War (2004)
- Early Cats and Tracks- Vol. 1 (2006)
- Hi (2006)
- Early Cats and Tracks- Vol. 2 (2009)
- Studio Albums:
- Northdown (2004- released exclusively in Japan)
- Tiger, My Friend (2004)
- The Only Thing I've Ever Wanted (2006)
- The Camel's Back (2008)
- What Makes Us Glow (2013)
- Tourists (2019)
Their music, videos and themselves include examples of:
- Animated Music Video: About Fun, The Monster Song.
- Author Appeal: Cats. Just look at the album covers.
- Bizarre Instrument: A xhylophone made of bones and an iron chicken they call Brunhilde.
- Cover Version: They have covered Al Stewart's Year of the Cat and The Aristocats' Everybody Wants to be a Cat.
- Everything Is an Instrument: From toys to kitchen tools to animal noises. In the The Only Thing I've Ever Wanted booklet they credit an unknown cat.
- Instrumentals: Marshrat, Whores, Biskitt, Homicide, Glob.
- Long Title: Somewhere There Is a Record of Our Actions.
- Lyrical Dissonance:
Oh and it's happening againAnd I do not like this painNow that it's got me I will never be the same.
- The Monster Song; really cheerful tune about someone who will get eaten by a monster, though it could also be a metaphor for envy.
I'll never be a good cartographerI can't read a mapAnd I have never been from EuropeI don't like the suntrapI'd be a terrible psychoanalysistToo sucked up in meI'll never make a decent botanistDon't know a shrub from a tree
- Apple Block, happy song about a really pessimistic person:
- Obsession Song: Parker can be interpreted as one.
- Singing Simlish: Northdown C.
- The Something Song: The Monster Song.
- Spoken Word in Music: Dad's Breakdown, How Things Turn Up, Wet Box, Kevin Paccashio.
- Studio Chatter: Played with at the begining of The Counter.
- Subverted Kids' Show: The Monster Song, sort of. Though it's not exactly a kids show, the video presents animated funny animals... and lots of blood.