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Christopher Sky – Vastness LP

March 22, 2019 Mike D 0

Τhis album comes from my drawer shouting “you forgot me”. I needed time to understand it, and I also needed the right quills to put my thoughts on paper. A few months ago, Aagoo Records

Video Premiere: Tristan Welch — Monday

January 24, 2019 Jonathan Rose 0

In the midst of unprecedented labor chaos created by a feckless government’s shutdown, D.C.-metro soundcrafter Tristan Welch is out with a new video ahead his latest release, 40 Hours, which just happens to be a sonic analysis

Whispering Sons – Image LP

December 16, 2018 Mike D 0

One of the most anticipated records in 2018 was the debut ‘Image’ LP from Brussels’ post-punks Whispering Sons, released on October 19 through Cleopatra Records, a label that has gathered together some pretty cutting-edge names with important records. Whispering Sons’

Tulipomania – Off the Map / On The Outside (Spinello Remix)

October 23, 2018 Mike D 0

Philadelphia’s experimental indie duo Tulipomania have released their new single Off The Map/ On The Outside (Spinello Remix) via Sursumcorda Records. That consistent and very talented outfit tends to release singles one after the other. Let me explain. To date, they have

PILES – Una Volta LP

September 18, 2018 Mike D 0

Ladies and Gentlemen please take your seats and let us guide you into one of the few most knock-out experimental albums of the year. Aagoo Records has announced the release of the debut album from

Verses Records & Romeda Records — VR

May 31, 2018 Mike D 2

This is a very cool and a creative release, so your attention please: Verses Records from Washington, D.C. and Romeda Records from Liverpool are releasing VR–a split collaborative 12-track compilation which features exclusive new tracks from both

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

Noise Journal Playlist February 12

February 12, 2018 Mike D 0

Cat class and cat style on this week’s playlist. Cats are weird machines: Strong, clever, naughty, social, antisocial, divine when needed, and so humble we think. “Humility is for you, not me,” says cat, “Black

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

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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