July 17, 2019

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

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

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,

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