The Greek trippy-rock duo The Noise Figures will be releasing the LP Telepath on the 2nd of March.
The first song to surface from the album (which is available on bandcamp) and the antepenultimate of the ten, Lethargy, is of more psychedelic kaleidoscope than much of their music featured over the past five years, drifting through the room in slowly revolving fuzziness.
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The Greek alt-rock duo The Noise Figures released the two track AA side single When The Flames Go Up / Mute Blonde on the 1st.
The Noise Figures
Released as part of the monthly A Distant Victory Singles Club series by the Greek label Inner Ear to celebrate 2017 being their tenth year.
When The Flames Go Up, available on bandcamp, is of lighter frame than much of the music previously featured by The Noise Figures.
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It was back in 2013 that the Greek drone duo The Noise Figures were introduced.
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On the 28th they will be releasing a new LP – Aphelion which is available on bandcamp. From the ten track, just under forty minute album, the opener – Shoot The Moon.
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The Noise Figures, from Greece, were introduced in December of last year.
The Noise Figures – eponymous LP – artwork
Taken from their eponymous ten track LP is, We Look Better In The Sun, the penultimate piece on the album.
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From Athens in Greece comes George Nikas (Drums / Vocals) and Stamos Bamparis (Guitars) who make up the garage rock out-fit The Noise Figures.
The Noise Figures – image credit: Thodoris Markou
The duo is able to deliver a sound which has the aural context of more than two players as they extend brooding storm clouds from the speakers. There is much to enjoy here as The Noise Figures produce music replete with sludgy depth and vivacity and for a duo that is a conceptual conundrum and well worth taking time to invest.
By combing West Coast USA lo-fi with British blues rock, The Noise Figures, intrigue as much as entertain providing the listener with compositions which enthral and entrance. Their ability to take the simple and shuffle in complexity of flavour affords them the space and time to produce sounds which are at one moment familiar, the next stunningly idiosyncratic.
This is a band of polar opposites and lack of players which at face value should shoot itself in the foot, instead of which the audience remains in startled silence. One gets the feeling if you are looking for a current translation of the flight from Sodom and the Pillar of Salt The Noise Figures are the epitome, don’t look back after you have encountered Athens 2013 with George and Stamos.
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