Category: New Noise

Malia ‘Simple Things’

Malia let’s happiness come to her with her blissful video and track “Simple Things.”

The No.44 Debuts EP ‘Venus Eye Trap’

The No. 44 have built quite a momentum for themselves with their dynamic performances and energetic psychedelic scuzz. Finally the Pomona locals – Dan Gee, Evan Achen, Dustin Fernandez, and Evan Lomnitzer – have released their debut EP, Venus Eye Trap and will celebrate tonight in Downtown Pomona at Acerogami alongside Inland […]

Rina Sawayama ‘Alterlife’

London-based, digital pop curator, Rina Sawayama, continues her futuristic meshing with her latest single “Alterlife.” Dazzling synths take center stage as the Clarence Clarity production builds the intangible wonders of sci-fi to life. The track’s nostalgic, 80s inspiration is then turned into a heavier dose of industrial rock heard […]

Dermot Kennedy ‘Moments Passed’

Unearthed, midnight thoughts lead Dermot Kennedy to a sentient take of time on the latest track “Moments Passed.” The Dublin-based artist’s explosive yet poised sense of distressed emotions revive a spiritual connection that seems to effortlessly emerge from this track, becoming a signature trait for Kennedy. Revolving around […]

New Noise: 5 Tracks to Keep You Dreaming

Monday blues are real and for everyone that continues their 9-5 while dreaming, the blues might carry onto the week. Here are 5 tracks that not only kick off the week to a great start but have an underlying depth to their construction, it’s obsessively reassuring in all […]

Illuminati Hotties ‘(You’re Better) Than Ever’

The “post-naptime, burrito-core” musical waves of Los Angeles’s Illuminati Hotties comes in full form with their debut single and music video “(You’re Better) Than Ever.” Primarily crafted by Sarah Tudzin –who wrote, engineered, and performed the majority of songs with a handful of friends — the track’s laid back […]

Headclouds ‘Flowers’

Newcastle “sunshine-pop” curators, Headclouds, debut their relaxed single “Flowers” and bring feel good vibes to our ears. Steven Gordon, Al Charnley, Nick Hodgson, and Cole Gilroy introduce themselves with a lo-fi production and an overwhelming sense of happiness. Structurally, “Flowers” strays away from a traditional form and jumps into […]