May 11, 2021

She Came To Quit – Pills

April 22, 2019 Mike D 0

On March 29, Montreal’s outfit She Came To Quit released their debut Pills LP following last June’s Demo 2018. What’s going on in Canada’s alternative/ independent music scene? How come so many brilliant names from all

Audible — First Contact

April 8, 2019 Jonathan Rose 0

The best hip hop album of the year could very well be a five-track EP from a five-piece act out of Colorado springs and clocking in at exactly 15 minutes. Whether or not any of

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

Evi Vine – Black Light White Dark LP

March 18, 2019 Mike D 0

Introducing London’s rock outfit Evi Vine with the brand new Black Light White Dark LP, which was recently released via Solemn Wave Records. A few necessary info to start with: EV band consists of Evi Vine

Noise Journal welcomes 2019 with playlist 1

February 1, 2019 Mike D 0

This is the first of the two playlists welcoming 2019 with grooves and shakes! Noise Journal’s staff wishes you an amazing and brave new year! Let’s go loud into the storm now!!! UK’s legendary singer-songwriter

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

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

Searmanas — S/T

May 24, 2018 Mike D 0

New York-based electronic artist Searmanas releases her first S/T album on July 6 via Cleopatra Records with the lead single, Undo, already out for preview. Hailing from the Shenandoah Valley in rural Virginia, Niabi Aquena has

Timothy Dark — Dark Day Afternoon

April 30, 2018 Mike D 0

Brooklyn artist Timothy Dark released his Dark Day Afternoon EP on March 30 for Darkseed Entertainment–a four-track offering of politically charged hip-hop, buttery R&B, and even some grimy rock! Hailing from the Bronx, Timothy Dark saw the

Paul Littlewood — Today/Television

April 11, 2018 Mike D 1

While England tries to anticipate the US mainstream music “softies” with its own “cookies,” some lads on the island hold the Brit-indie-pop banner high, polished and ready to teach popular music to both. From the

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

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