Cat Hope 's noise music practice is based around bass noise. She began her work as a solo experimental bass noise artist in the late 1990s and has since performed as a soloist and as part of other groups, such as the multi bass improvisation projects Lux Mammoth and Abe Sada. Her solo bass track Mindimi Trek was featured on the Susan Lawley 'Extreme Music From Women' compilation which led to extensive touring and noise releases in the USA, Europe and Japan where she has performed alongside the likes of Acid Mothers Temple, Zipperspy, Miranda July, Whitehouse, Merzbow, KK Null, C Spencer Yeh, Astro, J.G. Thirwell and others. She also plays in the collaborative bass projects HzHzHz with cellist Tristen Parr, and Candied Limbs with Lindsay Vickery, with Tina Havelock Stevens, with Lisa MacKinney in Super Luminum and occasionally guests with the Taipan Tiger Girls. She is also the founder and leader of the Australian Bass Orchestra.