Jessy Lanza

Best Albums of 2016

We're back for a new year with a last look back at the best of 2016. White Noise may have been on hiatus but we were still listening, and have trimmed down an e... >>

Halftime Roundup 2016: Top 10 Albums

We're only halfway through the year and it was already painful to choose only ten LPs out of the bunch. Fresh albums from Omar S, Floorplan, Bookworms, Matt Kar... >>
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Jessy Lanza – Oh No

To say that Jessy Lanza’s 2013 debut album was a surprise would be an understatement. The mere fact of a Canadian electro-pop project seeing release on Hyperdub... >>

Best Tracks of 2015 – Part 2

Following on from part one, here are some fantastic tunes that just missed out on the top spots. Running down from #40-21. 40. Jack J – Thirstin’ While... >>

From Time To Time

Fresh guest mix from WN resident Moth, here serving up a whole party in 90 minutes, from sultry summer slow jams to raucous rave and techno via footwork, salsa ... >>

July Roundup 2015

Lots of wonderful releases this month, as ever. We chart the smoothest, sunniest waters with Lobster Theremin offshoot Distant Hawaii and our new favourite Ha... >>

June Roundup 2015

The summer is certainly beaming now, and our roundup reflects this, evenly divided between colourful club joints and smoky deep house numbers for those sultry... >>

Best Albums of 2013

25: Horror Inc – Briefly Eternal Marc Leclair (aka Akufen)’s debut as Horror Inc on Perlon wasn’t a timely record. In fact, his brand of precision-e... >>

Best Tracks of 2013 – Part 2

25: The Mole – Lockdown Party (DJ Sprinkles Crossfaderama)   DJ Sprinkles had a fantastic year, scoring one of the year’s best mixes as well as a bril... >>

August / September Roundup 2013

September's Hardcore feature has led to hitherto unknown levels of busyness here at White Noise HQ, with the result that August's Roundup was left by the waysid... >>
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Jessy Lanza – Pull My Hair Back

Of all the forward-thinking dance labels, Kode9’s Hyperdub is one of the few which seems actively concerned with pushing new female talent. Laurel Halo, I... >>