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Noah Gundersen

White Noise

Cooking Vinyl

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Every Noah Gundersen release is a twisted rag, an artist wrung out musically and emotionally over a dozen or so tracks. White Noise, Gundersen's third studio LP, follows suit with cultural critiques, personal confessions, and spiritual reflections that musically build on the atmospheric indie pop/rock of Carry the Ghost. Gundersen is at his best when haunting (or being haunted), the strongest echoes of which come through on "Bad Actors," "After All (Everything All the Time)," and "Wake Me Up, I'm Drowning." Some indulgent moments keep White Noise from a better cohesive whole, but that's not the goal. Gundersen is content to empty himself for his craft, restraint be damned. (

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