We kick off this week’s Noisy Playlist with songs from Skindred, CKY and Danko Jones after their recent performance kicking off their ‘Start the Machine’ tour.
Lower Than Atlantis, Say Anthing, Homesafe and Me vs Hero have been unveiled to be the last bands to be added to the Slam Dunk line up as they also reveal the stage splits for the days.
Tracks from Andrew W.K and Yonaka feature as we caught them on their ‘Party Never Dies’ tour putting on a hell of a sweaty evening of partying.
We also feature new tracks from Black Stone Cherry, Blossoms and DMA’s who all feature in our ‘New Noise’ feature every friday!
Check out the playlist below:
Absolutely stacked playlist this week with a wide range of music from Indie to synth rock and everything in between.
We have songs from Walk the Moon and Flor as we snapped and reviewed their show earlier in the week performing at the Waterfront.
Manic Street Preachers, Frank Turner and Fizzy Blood all make an appearance this week after we featured them in our new weekly feature ‘New Noise’ covering all of the week’s latest releases.
We feature songs from The Islas, History & Lore and Pedro after covering their show on Friday when they took over the Waterfront Studio showing off the promising talent that they are.
We also have the inclusion of Everything Everything and Pumarosa after they finally performed at the The LCR making up for the show they had to reschedule after the ‘Beast from the East’ caused gigs across the country to be cancelled.
Check out the full playlist below:
The Noisy Playlist is back for another week where we feature music from some of the bands we featured on our website last week!
We kick the playlist off with a few of the names that we featured in our LeeStock ’18 story, that will be appearing at the festival from The Pigeon Detectives to Feeder, who are probably one of the hardest working bands this summer.
The Levellers and Gogol Bordello feature in this week’s playlist after they were announced to be performing at Beautiful Day’s festival who revealed most of their line up last week.
The Stranglers and Therapy? make an appearance after we covered their show at Norwich’s LCR this past week.
Also featuring in this week’s playlist are Milk Teeth and Sun Arcana who were recently announced to be playing at The Great Escape festival in May.
Listen to the full Noisy Playlist below:
This week’s Noisy Playlist is an absolute cracker!
The Horrors, Tom Grennan and Marmozets all feature as they were revealed to be playing at Hit the North Festival this May in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
We feature Pearl Jam’s cracking new single ‘Can’t Deny Me’ as they announce plans for a new album ahead of their numerous festival appearances across the countries this year.
As Homegrown Music Festival unveil their 2018 line up we have the pleasure to include bands such as Fick as Fieves, THE CATCH, Among The Citizen and Mammal Not Fish who will all be making appearances at this fantastic local showcase.
We also have top tracks from Jeremy Loops and Fickle Friends as we reviewed their latest releases from the past couple of days, these are albums you really need to give a listen.
Orestea and JC Palmer both feature from The Forum’s ’25 years and beyond’ compilation album as they celebrate their 25th anniversary of operating as a local venue in Kent.
Listen to our full playlist here and let us know what you think of some of the tracks that feature this week!
Every week we put together a playlist of all the bands we have covered over the past seven days and compile it into one handy playlist called the Noisy Playlist!
This week we have feature our pals Oranje and a couple of tracks of their debut EP ‘Bitter Sweet’. We also feature songs from some of the recently announced bands set to appear at this year’s Reading and Leeds festival as well as a few of the bands set to play at the Teddy Rocks festival.
Check it out below:
Our weekly playlist is back and this one is a cracker!
At the end of each week we will compile a playlist of some of the bands we have covered throughout week to produce a playlist full of classics and some new finds that you may yet to listen too.
This week we have songs from Don Broco, Alien Ant Farm and Bowling For Soup after covering their shows that they recently played this week.
We also feature some of our favourite new finds that we discovered throughout the week such as the brilliant Emma McGrath, who is currently supporting Hayseed Dixie, as well as the equally brilliant Army of Freshman, Man with a Mission and Yonaka.
Check out our playlist below:
Full track listing:
Intro/Chamber The Cartridge – Rise Against
Technology – Don Broco
Seven Deadly Sins – Man with a Mission
Wouldn’t Wanna Be Ya – Yonaka
Girl all the Bad Guys Want – Bowling For Soup
Movies – Alien Ant Farm
Breaking Me Down – Soil
Bound for the Floor – Local H
Bold (Acoustic) – Liam Gallagher
Honey – Emma McGrath
Bohemian Rhapsody – Hayseed Dixie
Run for Cover – The Killers
Left Hand Free – Alt-J
Saviour – Mallory Knox
Juliet – Army of Freshmen
Super Rad! – Aquabats
Warm Me Up – The Audition
Beer – Reel Big Fish
Superman – Goldfinger
Hopeless Case – ROAM
Hello Tomorrow – Zebrahead
The Weekly Playlist is back again for another week, featuring a variety of rock music from the latest releases to some absolute classics you may not have listened to in a while.
This week we have new releases from Frank Turner, Roam and Waterparks, as well as the latest single from Weezer called ‘Happy Hour’ which will feature on their new album Pacific Daydream. We also have classics from Guns N Roses, Metallica and Van Halen which was also a cracking track to play on Guitar Hero with the banging solo at the beginning of the song.
Also introducing Finn Doherty to this week’s playlist with his song ‘Bruv’ a singer/songwriter local to Norwich and North London.
Check it out below:
- Rise Against – Intro/Chamber The Cartridge
- While She Sleeps – Hurricane
- Guns N’ Roses – Welcome to the Jungle
- Metallica – One
- Royal Blood – Lights Out
- Foo Fighters – These Days
- Green Day – Jesus of Suburbia
- Slipknot – Duality
- Waterparks – Blonde
- Neck Deep – In Bloom
- Finn Doherty – Bruv
- Weezer – Happy Hour
- Frank Turner – There She Is
- ROAM – Playing Fiction
- Tonight Alive – Temple
- The Sherlocks – Live for the Moment
- Primal Scream – Loaded
- Four Year Strong – Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die
- BlackWaters – Fuck Yeah
- Liam Gallagher – Greedy Soul
- Van Halen – Hot For Teacher
The This Is Noise Weekly Playlist is back for another week and it features a little bit of everything to meet all tastes.
This week we have new songs from Marmozets and Theory of a Deadman. We also have the latest single released by Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds ‘Holy Mountain’ which see’s the former Oasis guitarist go down a slightly different route but it’s bloody catchy, especially the whistle, he promised it would get stuck in your head and he wasn’t wrong.
We also feature some classics from Feeder and Letlive, as well as bringing back the massive hardcore band Your Demise, with arguably one of their greatest songs they released whilst they were still together ‘The Kids We Used To Be…’ although it was hard to choose between that and ‘Life of Luxury’.
Check out the playlist below:
- Rise Against – Intro/Chamber of the Cartridge
- Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Holy Mountain
- Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name
- Theory of a Deadman – Wake Up Call
- Knuckle Puck – Gone
- Green Day – Oh Love
- Linkin Park – Waiting For The End
- Marmozets – Habits
- Foo Fighters – The Sky Is A Neighborhood
- Your Demise – The Kids We Used To Be…
- Deaf Havana – Trigger
- Moose Blood – Gum
- Letlive. – Renegade 86′
- The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Bellbottoms
- Monster Truck – Saturday Night
- Avenged Sevenfold – Wish You Were Here
- Black Stone Cherry – Champagne & Reefer
- The Smashing Pumpkins – Tonight, Tonight
- Feeder – Just a Day
- The Swellers – The Best I Ever Had
- Alien Ant Farm – Movies
Intoducing the This is Noise weekly playlist!
A compilation of what has been playing on our Spotify’s throughout the week.
This week’s playlist includes the latest singles from Shed Seven, Don Broco and Marmozets as well as some absolute classic tunes we couldn’t resist listening back to from Cage the Elephant, Wolfmother and The Rasmus.
This will be a feature that runs every Monday which will include the songs we have been listening to throughout the week before, which will include anything from the latest songs released to personal favourites. We hope you enjoy!
Let us know what you think of this week’s playlist in the comments below: –