White Noise Sound are an experimental psychedelic rock band who have been operating under the radar for quite some time now from their native South Wales. The music is an electronic, guitar-based, throbbing, pulsing wall of sound in the vein of Spacemen 3, Suicide and The Velvet Underground. Early releases have seen them feature on a split single on French experimental label Burning Emptiness and included on Fourier Transforms 3CD experimental collection 'Brave New Wales.' Most recently they have appeared on Northern Star Records' critically acclaimed Psychedelica series alongside the likes of Singapore Sling, Joensuu 1685 and The Black Angels.
Having now just released their eponymous debut album with the assistance and guidance of Pete Kember (Spacemen 3, Spectrum and E.A.R) and Cian Ciaran (Super Furry Animals) whose respective bands they have also shared the stage with, WNS currently find themselves at the forefront of the UK psychedelic scene and on tour with The Warlocks. After receiving a rapturous review in these very pages, Contact caught up with WNS to find out more from what goes on behind the wall of sound.
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White Noise Sound have been operating under the radar from their native Wales for quite some time now with a series of low-key releases and featuring on a number of underground compilations. All that is set to change now legendary US label Alive have picked them up and released their eponymous debut White Noise Sound.
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