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No Joy Shares Video for New Cover of Deftones’ “Teenager” Directed by a 15-Year-Old

Can My Daughter See Me From Heaven EP Due Out May 19 Via Joyful Noise

May 06, 2021

The genre-defying artist No Joy, a project of musician Jasamine White-Gluz, has shared a cover of the Deftones song “Teenager” (now titled “Teenager (From Heaven)”), which will be featured on her upcoming EP, Can My Daughter See Me From Heaven. It was shared via a video directed by an actual teenager More

No Joy Announces New EP, Shares Video for “Kidder (From Heaven)” Directed by a 7-Year-Old

Can My Daughter See Me From Heaven EP Due Out May 19 via Joyful Noise

Apr 14, 2021

No Joy, the Montreal-based project of Jasamine White-Gluz, has announced a new EP, Can My Daughter See Me From Heaven, which features orchestral re-imaginings of songs from her 2020 LP Motherhood. White-Gluz has also shared the EP’s first single, “Kidder (From Heaven),” via a colorful and playful video directed by a 7-year-old named Sloan. More

Feb 23, 2021

SXSW (aka South by Southwest), the annual music, film, and interactive conference/festival in Austin, Texas, announced the first round of artists to perform during the music portion last month. Now they have announced the second round of artists to perform for the festival, which will be held via livestream this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The newly announced lineup features acts such as Iceage, Black Country, New Road, No Joy, and Penelope Isles, among many others. More

No Joy Share Video For “Four” Featuring Visual Artist Ashley Diabo

Motherhood Due Out August 14 via Joyful Noise Recordings & Handdrawn Dracula

Jul 13, 2020

Montreal’s No Joy have shared a music video for single “Four,” a track off their forthcoming album Motherhood, out August 14 via Joyful Noise Recordings & Handdrawn Dracula. The concept was inspired by a Blood Orange music video More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Doves, The Fiery Furnaces, Phoebe Bridgers, The Beths and More

Plus The Killers, Guerilla Toss, Hannah Georgas, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jun 19, 2020

Welcome to the 24th Songs of the Week of 2020. These days life is just overwhelming, at least if you pay attention to the news at all. It’s just one long parade of understandable outrage. Sure, some good things also happened this week. More

No Joy Share Video for New Song “Nothing Will Hurt” with video

Motherhood Due Out August 21 via Joyful Noise/Hand Drawn Dracula

Jun 17, 2020

No Joy have shared a new single, “Nothing Will Hurt,” with an accompanying video. “Nothing Will Hurt” is the second single off of their upcoming album, Motherhood, following “Birthmark.” Motherhood will release on August 21 st via Joyful Noise / Hand Drawn Dracula. More

Vivian Girls Extend U.S. Tour

Add Dates With No Joy

Mar 11, 2011

The Vivian Girls are just sharing the joy all around: The Brooklyn-based noise-pop outfit confirmed today extra show dates for their U.S. tour. We have the details. More

Jan 03, 2011

In case you can’t get enough fuzzy surf melodies and overall cutesy-ness, the indie SoCal staples created Summer Is Forever, a limited edition split 7"released on Mexican Summer. More


Oct 13, 2020

For our recurring Self-Portrait feature we ask a musician to take a self-portrait photo (or paint/draw a self-portrait) and write a list of personal things about themselves, things that their fans might not already know about them. This Self-Portrait is by Jasamine White-Gluz of Montreal’s No Joy, and she drew her own self-portrait and then took a photo of herself drawing the picture. More


Jul 29, 2016

It seems that after every album they release, the L.A. via Montreal noise-pop group No Joy put out an EP that gives them a chance to release a few tracks not quite suitable for the album in question. More

Jul 21, 2015

No Joy‘s shoegaze album, More Faithful-the group’s third-is a soothing listen, perfect for a summer drive or a relaxing, lazy afternoon. More

Dec 06, 2012

The second day of M for Montréal primarily featured more local acts for delegates at intimate showcases. Mac DeMarco, PS I Love You, Memoryhouse, No Joy, Folly and the Hunter, Whitehorse, Ain’t No Love, and Young Galaxy were the highlights of the day. More