The (International) Noise Conspiracy

Punk, a saxophone that passes a few soulful organ and electric guitar chords 60s… that’s all that mix provided by The (International) Noise Conspiracy (or T(I)NC) with a crazy energy!

From 1998 to 2009, this Swedish band has released five studio albums. It was conducted by Dennis Lyxzén, singer and producer of hardore/punk bands. They sing (or scream) regularly about politics and criticism of modern society, such as Capitalism Stole My Virginity, a favorite theme of punk music!

The title shown above is The Way I Feel About You from the album Armed Love. It is not the most vigorous but it allows you to hear the varied influences of the group.

Some pieces are slightly agreed, in a fairly conventional punk rock, but others attract the ears a shot to the right, a shot to left, with riffs and other take-offs, bass lines like hearts beating or notes piano or organ on loud guitars! It sometimes sounds garage and I like it!

Other titles that I love

A New Morning, Changing Weather

All In All

Their latest album ends with the beautiful piece Cross of My Calling

For your music collection!



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