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Muet — Debut (S/T)

March 24, 2019 Mike D 0

Chicago post-noir-punk outfit Muet released its debut self-titled album March 22 via Metropolis Records, and it is an absolute must-listen from a band that sounds less debut and more veteran. Muet (“mute” in French) plays its

Burning House – Mirror Song [Single]

March 14, 2019 Mike D 0

Southampton’s, UK, rock outfit Burning House released near the tail-end of 2018 their new Mirror Song single. That’s a nice first sentence for an article, I’ll keep it. Now let me tell you the whole

Q&A with Legendary Artist Marty Willson-Piper

February 15, 2019 Mike D 0

Today, Noise Journal is pleased to present a brief Q&A with Marty Willson-Piper of Noctorum and also famed for his decades-long public love affair with music through his involvement in The Church, All About Eve,

Noctorum – A Girl With No Love [Single]

December 18, 2018 Mike D 1

  After a seven-year break between albums, the British super-duo Noctorum has returned with a gorgeous new and highly anticipated new LP. Called The Afterlife, this is foreshadowed by the single A Girl With No Love. This was released

K Michelle Dubois – Harness LP

December 2, 2018 Mike D 0

This album is one very serious release! Not just another sweet college girl with a guitar singing worn-out pop-rock tracks rooted in nostalgia and trendy “depression”, this is the stunning new third solo release by Atlanta’s

The Swagger – Heart ‘N’ Soul SINGLE

November 14, 2018 Mike D 0

Following their eponymous debut EP back in 2016, London’s indie rock outfit The Swagger presents their new Heart ‘N’ Soul single, released in late August. The Swagger is brothers Lee and Paul Stevens on lead and backing vocals, all guitars, and

PREMIERE: Viva Death – Illuminate LP

October 26, 2018 Mike D 0

Los Angeles’ alternative rock agents Viva Death are releasing their new Illuminate LP today via Functional Equivalent Recordings, and we have been blessed with the opportunity to host the premiere of this brilliant album. Dear friends

Fred Abong – Homeless EP

September 25, 2018 Mike D 0

Fred Abong is best known as the former bass player for the influential art-punk band Throwing Muses and Grammy-nominated alt-rock band Belly. He released his debut solo Homeless EP on June 29 which includes 6 prototype and original songs in the streams of acoustic

Artist of the Week: The Room In The Wood

May 17, 2018 Mike D 0

Liverpool’s own The Room In The Wood released their debut Magical Thinking EP via A Turntable Friend Records last month, which will be followed by an 11-track album later this spring on vinyl, CD and in digital

The Noise Figures — Telepath

April 3, 2018 Mike D 0

One of the places, and actually the most suitable place, to picture as you absorb the new Telepath LP by The Noise Figures is Colorado. After looking at some striking pics of the Colorado River

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

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

Noise Journal Playlist: March 11

March 11, 2018 Mike D 0

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

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

Artist of the Week: Maff

February 28, 2018 Mike D 0

Maff from Santiago de Chile are our guests on Noise Journal’s “couch” as artist of the week! The current lineup of Ricardo Gomez (vocals, guitar), Nicolas Colombres (drums), Valentina Cardenas (bass), and Martin Colombres (guitar)

Noise Journal Playlist: February 21

February 21, 2018 Mike D 0

The United States of America, population 325,908,238 as of Thursday, February 15, 2018, per the latest United Nations estimates. A big and fertile nation built by immigrants on lands haunted by the slaughtered ghosts of its

System Corporation — Apathy is Easy

February 7, 2018 Mike D 1

New Zealand’s alternative rockers System Corporation just released their Apathy is Easy single, following up their widely acclaimed debut single Dismal Universal Hiss. Modern alternative rock music by a band that sounds familiar with the genre,

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