Wednesday, March 17, 2010

The New Loud - New Press - 2010.03.17

Press for The New Loud Live Performances:
"a mesmerizing live experience I would recommend to anyone willing to lend an ear to music that sounds not only groundbreaking, but decadently powerful."
-Chris DeSalvo for Consequence of Sound

"The New Loud isn't so much loud as it is frenetic and intense. (the
band) has melodies and harmonies shooting from every part of the stage.
It's a punkish, New Wave-y, dance-y sound reminiscent of Pavement,
Rancid and Franz Ferdinand."
-L. Bose for MKE Magazine

Press for The New Loud EP 'Can't Stop Not Knowing':
"the band’s mesmerizing sonic twists and turns defy musical trends and prove to be truly solid songs, well-written and well-executed."
-Jay Ziegler for Consequence of Sound

"'Can't Stop Not Knowing' deserves to make them big news and see them rise up from an underground phenomenon and break into the mainstream"
-Big Cheese - UK

"they remind me of Duran Duran in their heyday"
-Monochrom - Austria

"Frantic and powerful, the tracks are packed good hooks and harmonies
-Andrew Gable for ZapTown

"synth-punk sharp and nervous, which mingles Rapture, Shitdisco and Les Savy Fav"
-Francesco Giordani for Ondarock - Italy

"a sense of humor not unlike that of Imperial Teen or the B-52s, along with a wellspring of passion and contagious New Order beats"
-Mary Leary for The San Diego Reader

"they effortlessly switch from trance infused synths and atmospherics into straight up garage punk. The New Loud are one of the most original bands that you are likely to hear, so check them out."
-John Brookes for

Press for The New Loud demo 'ME(secrets)YOU':
"let's just say ME(secrets)YOU can sit comfortably on the same shelf with (The Killers') Hot Fuss and The Bravery."
-Steve Hyden for The Onion AV Club

"Part weirdness of Sparks, part grit of Payola$, part killer dance of The Bravery and part insistent hook craftsmanship of XTC"
-Sean Leary for Amplifier Magazine

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