Posted in The Noise19.02.2015Comments Off
The Noise’ debut album takes its musical influences from the over crowded and extremely loud streets of New York City. Although one hears influences of all the members’ past bands, this self tittled release carves a world of original, provocative and multicultural music best described as Post Punk, Noise, and cut throat hard Rock. The singer and front man is Arthur “Googy” drummer of The Misfits (Walk Among Us, Live Evil, 3 Hits from Hell). For most people “the real Misfits”. The Noise conjures up memories of many of their for fathers, like The Ramones The MC5, The Clash or Iggy Pop and Suicide. The record includes contributions by the great Billy Ficca (Television) and Eric Miles Levy (Orgy, Lit). “The Noise” is diverse, unique and powerful. With songs like “East of First “, “Leave my City Alone” both true punk anthems, they conger up the lower east side of yesteryear’s. The album dives into New York City Noise-street- Psychedelic-prog explosions with songs like “Savior at Night”, “Climb Out”. Garage tracks like “Talk with your hands” and “Ego” are infectious with hints of Iggy and The Stooges, The Jam and The Who. No wave street Punk and soul, modern and cutthroat is what comes to mind as you absorb this record. Lyrically, The Noise pulls us out a world of injustice and systematically imposed cast systems and empowers us to become free thinkers. Art creations and branding by Kiki Miles and the world renowned, NYC street artist De La Vega. Cover Design by Brian Goss.