May 27, 2024

PREMIERE : American Anymen — Flag Burner [VIDEO]

August 15, 2017 Mike D 1

Editor’s note: In light of this past weekend’s conservative Christian terror event in Charlottesville, NC, Noise Journal is proud to premiere American Anymen’s video for their latest single, Flag Burner. The acoustic punk track is an

Labyrinth Lounge — Trouble Won’t Last

August 14, 2017 Mike D 0

Summertime–and the heat that comes along with it–brings a spontaneous need to chill and listen to something less “aggressive,” but still rocking an alternative vibe. Enter Labyrinth Lounge! The Brooklyn-based band is set to release

SACCADES (The KVB Solo Project) — S/T

August 2, 2017 Mike D 0

Last Friday, Nicholas Wood released his solo album under the moniker SACCADES, a self titled LP on Fuzz Club Records. The Berlin based musician is best known for making up one half of the synth/post

The Hunted Hare — Nothing Is Always

June 29, 2017 Jonathan Rose 1

Perhaps, like me, you’ve sought solace from today’s severe political climate within the soothing, minimalist instrumental world of neo-classical and post-rock sounds. When I’m not seething at the rampant hypocrisy, misogyny, and destructive behavior of

Interview: LUCKYandLOVE

June 25, 2017 Mike D 0

A brand new entry into the synthetic universe, LuckyandLove from LA are set to their release Eponymous LP via SRD Music on June 30. It’s a striking record, with a lot of diversity and excellent

Interview: Pattern Language

June 16, 2017 Jonathan Rose 2

With years of playing in the background for various rock acts under his belt, Colorado’s Chris Frain is set to release his first solo project under the Pattern Language moniker for Happy Robots Records. The

The Foreign Resort — She Is Lost

May 8, 2017 Alibi Pierce 0

In this era of post-post-punk, nu-gaze, newer wave and the explosion of everything rock retro, I’m skeptical of any new track touted as for fans of Joy Division, The Cure, New Order, and the like

Tristan Welch & Ron Oshima — God Bless America

January 17, 2017 Alibi Pierce 1

DC-based experimental artist Tristan Welch makes music that, as he describes it, “creates heavy ambient movements via heavy minimalism.” His involvement with Verses Records and Code Red,—its anti-Trump ACLU benefit–brought him to our attention last

Ummagma — Winter Tale

December 23, 2016 Alibi Pierce 0

As Canada and the U.S. break out of a frosty cold snap, shoegaze act Ummagma–hailing from the Great North–is releasing its Winter Tale single. The soft, ethereal track has all the hallmarks of a holiday

ghostRADIO — Paper Constellations

December 22, 2016 Alibi Pierce 0

Hailing from Colorado’s Front Range, ghostRADIO cut their teeth on the cover circuit playing versions of their favorite 90s rock tracks to a small but dedicated fanbase in Colorado Springs. Now they’re out with their

In Light Of — Little Treasures

December 22, 2016 Nick McGrail 0

The unique duo of Jason Greenberg and Sandy Johnston–together known as In Light Of, an up-and-coming post-rock project–composed their entire EP, Little Treasures, from separate parts of Canada by sharing their respective contributions with each

Daniel Land — In Love With a Ghost

December 13, 2016 Alibi Pierce 1

Manchester native Daniel Land is an artist whose reputation precedes him. His shoegaze-inspired work with Daniel Land & The Modern Painters was described by The Guardian as “a magnificent, magical and monolithic slice of shoegaze

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