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Confession: I was seriously considering putting Noise Polluter on hiatus after Hopscotch. I’m in college now and I wasn’t sure if I would have time to keep putting energy into the blog, especially since I’m now involved in my college’s newspaper and radio station. But people keep sending me really cool music that I want to share with you all, and thus, my plan was foiled. From now on, every Monday I’ll be highlighting some of the gr9 stuff in my inbox along with various other news. I’m not going to be able to review music as intensively as this time last year, but I hope that I’m still able to pass on some awesome music to my awesome readers.

This week, four artists caught my attention as I sifted through my mailbox. First was Lyla Foy, a dreamy act from London who is putting out a new EP, ‘UMi,’ in October. Foy has several lush, atmospheric albums under her belt, and describes her new single “Right to Be” as her personal favorite from the EP.

 

Also from London but with a very different sound is The Big Moon. Their single “The Road” is a self-described “anti-party anthem” with a deadpan video to match.

 

Bringing the noise is grungy five-piece Menace Beach. Their EP ‘Super Transporterreum’ debuts on October 2nd, and the two tracks they’ve released thus far are A+ headbanging material.

 

Finally, Welsh songstress Gwenno awes with the beautiful vidoe for her song “Patriarchaeth” off new album ‘Y Dydd Olaf.’ Gwenno is a fascinating artist, creating socially aware electropop in the Welsh and Cornish languages.

 

That’s all for this week! As always, feel 100% free to shoot me an email at julia@noisepolluter.com.

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