August 1, 2021

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

Noise Journal’s Music Collection July 2018

July 7, 2018 Mike D 0

What evil and a damned soul decides to put children in cages? What an obscene decision to separate almost 2300 kids from their parents? What Satan is an authority which blackmails people like that? Mexican, Guatemalan,

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

Video Premiere: DMLLL – Although

January 19, 2018 Jonathan Rose 0

Turkish violinist Damla Bozkurt (aka DMLLL) is out with her debut EP, Short Tales of Winter, today on Verses Records, and we’re pleased to premiere the video for its lead single. Short Tales of Winter is a five-track album

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

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