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BLACK NEEDLE NOISE - Unveils 80s Style Retro Video For "Neon Noir" Featuring Dr. Strangefryer

Legendary artist-producer John Fryer, mastermind behind the project Black Needle Noise, has unveiled the new video for "Neon Noir" with Dr. Strangefryer. Just as this track is sonically rooted in the best part of 80s synthpop, so too does the video look like a visual flashback to 80s video technology and TV colorama music video shows with then-seemingly-futuristic computer graphics. Alisa Akay provides video and FX for this track, which provides a great introduction to the new Black Needle Noise album Lost In Reflections with a solid offering of 11 tracks. Now based in L.A., John Fryer dishes up his trademark goodness and lush atmospheres with layered richness, experimental tones, effects and melodies.
"Neon Noir" is taken from the album Lost in Reflections, which was released on 13th July. Black Needle Noise' Lost In Reflections is a collection of 11 tracks featuring Bill Leeb (Front Line Assembly, Delirium), Mimi Page (Delirium), Jennie Vee (also bassist in Hole), Ana Breton (Dead Leaf Echo), Omniflux (Puscifer), Kendra Frost (Kite Base), Andrea Kerr (Colt), Sivert Hoyem, ZiaLand and Dr. Strangefryer. This album is a continuation or extension of the first Black Needle Noise album, Before The Tears Came (2016), which featured Jarboe (Swans), Elena Alice Fossi (Kirlian Camera and Spectra Paris), and Ledfoot, among others. Watch the video for "Neon Noir" in the player below.
John Fryer started his career in 1979 at London's Blackwing Studios (London) and soon began working with seminal bands on the 4AD, Mute, Rough Trade and Beggars Banquet record labels, including Depeche Mode, The Wolfgang Press and Cocteau Twins. His achievement in helping develop the latter's pioneering ethereal and ambient sound ultimately led Watts-Russell to recruit Fryer as his partner for This Mortal Coil. Link