- Pink Noise Party
Electro rock band fond of underwater performances and vintage synths which sound draws influence from a wide range of musical styles, moving between psychedelic rock, 80’s post-punk/new-wave and berliner electroclash. They describe their music as l’art consomme de melody pop, relying on a mixture of catchy dance beats, heavy guitar riffs and psychedelic knob-tweaking improvisations. Their lyrics are in turn introspective or committed, pondering in particular on the frantic tempo of post-modern western lifestyle.
- indie rock, indie pop, electro, electro pop, experimental electronic
This is the first time I’ve heard Pink Noise Party and my what a swagger they possess. 'Control' is easy on the ear and the (by now swiveling) hips so much so that it already feels like a summer party anthem. The build is meticulous and interesting with the whole piece built on a deep throbbing bass line. ‘Control’ sounds like a funkier Scissor Sisters while retaining all the dancefloor appeal of that act. The vocals dip in and out and there is so much happening in the wings that it’s hard not to swept up on the sense of euphoria that the band whip up. This is radio tinder.
What a catchy little number you have going on here! Not over the top yet everything going on during the song compliments each other rather well! I can totally see this being featured on my show. Now I need to look up some more of your tracks because I'm hooked!
This is a perfect example of why I don't like watching music videos first before I've heard a song on it's own; the video didn't add anything to the music (and in fact was a bit distracting to the point I hid the video to just listen to the song). The song itself rocked, finely crafted electro pop. The lead vocal really sold it for me; reminiscent of those new wave/dark wave male singers I adore (Gary Numan, Robert Smith, etc). Would enjoy hearing more from this band.
Love your band name and your sound. Great electrorock tune! Would have liked to have had band performance footage interspersed within this video – the video is well done, but it sort of puts me off to watch it without knowing the band behind it, that could make it way more powerful in my opinion. The video will limit its’ commercial viability because of its’ somewhat controversial nature. Thanks for your submission, good luck with your music!