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Noise Journal Playlist: November 19

November 19, 2017 Mike D 0

Hello ppl, this weekend’s playlist include some of the best songs I heard over the last week, and some I played on my Loud Cities radio show. All are in the alternative vein, and I hope

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

Jenn Vix — Complicated Man

October 9, 2017 Mike D 0

Alternative singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Jenn Vix announced the release of her Unlocked EP on October 20, preceded by the lead single Complicated Man. The Rhode Island artist is not new to the scene, having worked with

The Dayoffs — S/T

October 4, 2017 Mike D 0

The Dayoffs are a Manhattan duo–NYC is where they dwell, dream, and get all the inspiration they need for their music. Their self-titled 11 track LP is slated to release in November via the German boutique

Artist of the week: Pylon Reenactment Society

September 29, 2017 Mike D 0

Guaranteed: This is a special one and important! Pylon Reenactment Society formed from the ashes of Pylon, a band among the most influential from Athens, Georgia, where the frontrunners of the scene–The B-52’s and R.E.M.–called home. It

The Horrors – Weighed Down

September 26, 2017 Mike D 0

UK’s London based alternative modern rockers The Horrors released their new Valbum last month. It’s their sixth 10-track LP (12 in the Japanese version) in a decade where the band succeeded to rock the continents

Artist Of The Week: Tombstones In Their Eyes

August 23, 2017 Mike D 0

This week we decided it was about time to introduce you to Tombstones In Their Eyes. The Los Angeles psych-rock act is deeply concentrated on that certain character of everything involved in their music: The name, the

Review: SOUND|STUDIES

January 9, 2014 Alibi Pierce 3

They say emo is making a comeback, and I tend to believe it. In today’s world of hyper-information and free-for-all adaptation and modification, trends seemingly swing around and repeat more and more quickly. What once

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