G Eazy in Reno, NV

G Eazy Concert Review April 9th, Reno Events Center ​My grandma bought me and a homegirl a ticket to go for my birthday with my step sister and her boyfriend. We showed up at the Events Center at 6:30 to get in line for the doors to open at 7. The line was backed up […]

Do You Remember by Jarryd James

Jarryd comes to us from Australia, where he began playing in a band called Holland in 2012. The band recorded a debut album, but it was never released and this led Jarryd to fall into depression and quit making music. In late 2014, he was asked to accompany some friends on a tour as their […]

10 songs from the last 5 years that need to be in Rock Band

For those of you who are into gaming and rock music, you are probably familiar with the Rock Band game franchise on Xbox. The last game in the franchise to come out was Rock Band 3 in 2010. It was known for having many content offerings available for download, which stopped being available in late […]

School of Seven Bells

The backstory on this album is a doozy… School of Seven Bells formed back in 2007 when twin sisters Alejandra and Claudia Deheza from On!Air!Library! shared an opening bill for Interpol with Secret Machines and met Benjamin Curtis from Secret Machines. The trio eventually left their respective bands to form School of Seven Bells. They […]

Nonstop Feeling (Favorites) by Turnstile

Turnstile has some similarities to FIDLAR by embracing a punk style of music, but they are also very different in their influences and direction.  They have more of a hardcore attitude, and a punk-metal sound.  They hail from Baltimore, which is definitely not SoCal.  They are not as laid back, but they do have some […]

Samson by Regina Spektor

The first time I heard this song was on The Voice (performance below) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-hh5WOz8RY I couldn’t believe it–had I heard this Regina Spektor song before? It turns out this song is older…regardless, I decided to post this song, in the spirit of timeless music; lasting forever. Until next time…get LOUD AND NOISY!

David Bowie Dies at 69

Wow… Pop legend, David Bowie, has died today in Manhattan, NY after an 18 month battle to cancer. This has come as a shock to Noisy Planet today–he was one of the most influential artists of our time. Tributes are being made around the world and we still cannot fathom the dimming of the great […]

Milani’s Best Albums of 2015

While I still have a TON of music to catch-up with that was released this year, I thought I’d share as of today what my favorite albums were from 2015 (in no particular order): Sleater-Kinney “No Cities To Love” – First album after a 10 year break may be their best – awesome return by […]

Will Smith Confirms Tour with DJ Jazzy Jeff

Actor Will Smith just announced that he is going on tour with DJ Jazzy Jeff. In an appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show recently, he was promoting his new movie “Concussion.” During the appearance, Ellen asked Smith about his professional relationship with DJ Jazzy Jeff and if he would ever go on tour with him. […]