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ShapeShiftingAliens — Showing My Face

March 29, 2018 Mike D 0

Even if we couldn’t, and even if we didn’t try to understand better and focus a bit more on Sweden’s pop music, the country’s artists have edged their way into the international scene over the last

Noise Journal Playlist: March 28

March 28, 2018 Mike D 2

Earth 2018 A.D. Afrin, Syria…the image breaks all bones and the soul stays wordless–what are we doing? Humans killing humans? Our infinite sadness and damnation on our course to pitch-darkness. The song from Manic Street

Moonshine Booze — Desert Road

March 27, 2018 Mike D 0

Welcome to one of the most entertaining and loud rock’n’roll albums of the year: Moonshine Booze just released their debut, Desert Road, via Seahorse Recordings! The band hails from the Italian region of Teramo, and are here to

Stonerpop — Physical Business

March 26, 2018 Mike D 0

Louisiana duo Stonerpop just released their Physical Business album, a simply fantastic self-released seven-track record in the stream of electro! That would be careless and slapdash just saying “electro.” You see, Maudie Michelle and Jimmie Maneuva uses

Noise Journal Playlist: March 19

March 19, 2018 Mike D 1

On March 14, The Man Called Sun aka Stephen Hawking, or The Man Who Fell on Earth, returned to his matter at the age of 76. My first thought was, “And now what are we

Blurred City Lights — Volker

March 16, 2018 Mike D 0

Now that’s a gorgeous release with a magnificent front cover–these should be the last words in a review but, no, I’ll mix my style and start all topsy-turvy. Look [up] at the image: Gigantic constructions

Artist Of The Week: Kevin Haskins

March 13, 2018 Mike D 0

This week we choose Kevin Haskins as our Artist of The Week here at Noise Journal. Why Kevin and not Pete, Daniel, David, or simply their band, Bauhaus? Not only is Kevin Haskins a legendary drummer

Noise Journal Playlist: March 11

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No particular prologue on this week’s playlist; just this: This week we present you artists we trust in their talent and aesthetics, history and future, with some videos included in the list too. So turn

Crevice — In Heart

March 6, 2018 Mike D 0

Let us introduce you a new Irish malt from the city of Cork in south-west Ireland of course, Crevice! Strong taste, airy melodies and the expected winds that carry thrills from the Atlantic ocean and crush

Belau — Redefine

March 6, 2018 Jonathan Rose 0

Hungarian downtempo act Belau promotes their sound as “chillwave,” but their latest single is evidence that they’re more than that. The chillwave label brings to mind homogeneous synth-soaked self-loathing sounds by acts like Washed Out,

Noise Journal playlist: March 3

March 3, 2018 Mike D 1

“‘There must be some kind of way outta here,’ said the joker to the thief,” wrote Bob Dylan a few decades ago. Seems as if those words were written today, and it appears that urban