August 19, 2019

Artist of the week: The Telescopes

November 29, 2017 Mike D 0

For 30 years, Stephen Lawrie has been creating edgy music under the moniker, The Telescopes. He’s widely viewed as a pioneer in the broad alternative scene, with a sound reminiscent of Suicide, The Velvet Underground, and The

Artist of the week: The Veldt

November 22, 2017 Mike D 2

With the release of their latest soulgaze effort, Thanks to the Moth and Areanna Rose, The Veldt further cements their place as originators in a landscape full of imitators. From their days on the North Carolina hardcore

Artist of the week: Astrobal

November 15, 2017 Mike D 0

Due to the upcoming release of Astrobal‘s Memories of Stars on Nov. 24 via Karaoke Kalk, we’re pleased to introduce the Parisian astral music producer (given name: Emmanuel Mario). He burst onto the scene in his native France through

Xeresa — Reality

November 13, 2017 Mike D 0

Earlier this summer, Xeresa dropped their new self-titled 12 track LP, an ambitious project led by Nicolas Pierre Wardel, who does vocals, bass, guitars and programming, with contributions by Tom Lugo’s and Chris Webber’s on guitar, and featuring

Noise Journal Playlist: November 11

November 10, 2017 Mike D 0

Here’s a nice little playlist for you, curated by the prolific blogger Mike Dimitriou.   Composer, producer, futurist, based in Paris / France, Emmanuel Mario feat legendary ex-Stereolab singer Laeticia Sadier, Australasie sound as the

The Decrees — Sons of Rage

November 3, 2017 Mike D 0

Scottish rockers The Decrees are out with a new single, Sons Of Rage, available in all the usual spots. They chose the West Sierra track from their debut EP to include as the b-side of their new

James Wolf — That

November 1, 2017 Jonathan Rose 0

James Wolf is out with his second LP under his given name and on the Verses Records roster. That is a complex, layered, and haunting instrumental composition consisting of three tracks and one instrument: A

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