Pinkunoizu, from the Japanese word for ‘pink noise’, are an enjoyably eclectic four-piece Danish band who now call Berlin home. Making a noise in Germany’s largest city, with a population of 3.5 million, is hard work but they have managed to garner a large homecoming following.
We caught up with the band at The Old Blue Last, known as ‘East Londons most notorious venue’ – NME. We were blown away by their epic harmonies, syncopated lyrics and film style progression. They sounded like Muse and Sigur Ros’s abandoned love child, brought up and cared for by a pack of wild wolves. In our opinion, Jaleh Negari, the female drummer stole the show with surgical timing and musical licks that would impress satin himself.
Photo by Justin Thomas
The band were armed to the teeth with top of the range instruments. I must have seen more Fenders on stage than Larry Thomas even knew existed. These titans of the guitar world however weren’t fighting for attention but fit seamlessly into the mix. All in all this psychodelic pop rock circus band stunned and thrilled the crowd with precission.
Meet the band. Jeppe Brix (guitarist); Jaleh Negari (drummer); Jakob Falgren (guitarist, keyboardist, bassist) and Andreas Pallisgaard (guitarist, vocalist)