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White Noise Sound - Like a Pyramid of Fire (2015)

11-12-2015, 11:50
Music | Pop | Rock | Alternative | Electronic | FLAC / APE

Title: Like a Pyramid of Fire
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Rocket Girl
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Noise Pop, Shoegaze, Electronic
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 38:00 min
Total Size: 255 MB


1. Heavy Echo
2. Bow
3. All You Need
4. Can't You See It
5. Red Light
6. Step Into The Light
7. Do It Again
8. Feel It

The second album from Swansea psychonauts White Noise Sound kicks off with the classic ‘Heavy Echo’, a hypnotic web of psych, trance and melodic rock. The beat is relentless, the drones induce a sense of conscious trance, while the vocals sound like they were recorded under anaesthetic. Ride, the Brian Jonestown Massacre, Berlin-era Bowie all come to mind but there’s more to WNS than the sum of their influences. While you’ll find a satisfying amount of shoegazing wall-of-sound, the eight tracks here have huge variety, helmed by producer/DJ Phil Kiernan and Cian Ciaran of Super Furry Animals (the band worked with Pete Kember on the 2010 debut album). ‘Feel It’ is a squiggly electronic techno groove, which starts as a dance track and then gets increasingly mashed; ‘All You Need’ is floaty and ethereal, a deep space transmission full of heart; ‘Step Into The Light’ opens softly but rapidly becomes a huge Spaceman 3-style epic lashed by waves of keyboards and heralded with synthetic trumpet blasts; and ‘Red Light’ is a powerfully rhythmic angry beehive of sound, with melody and groove wrapped within a psychedelic shell.

Why they’re called White Noise Sound, when their music is so much more, is a mystery; but this is a band who give you more than you’d expect, effortlessly employing melody, groove and trippy experimentation to create a woozy doozy of a second release. Mesmerising.

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