Loud Neighbor started off as just that, a loud neighbor. What appeared to be a normal, family residence in Buenos Aires was in fact the source of rumbling bass, squelching synthesizers, manic voices and banging beats that poured into the streets.

Formed by Christina Steel and Martín García Blaya in 2009, Loud Neighbor has had many homes, Buenos Aires, Madrid, Brooklyn and now Berlin. This nomadic lifestyle and exposure to different scenes influenced their sound, always in the realm of techno, always evolving, always live.

On February 21st their second album, Interference Pattern comes to planet Earth on Detroit Underground. With a strict improvisational hardware only way of doing things, LN approached the production of Interference Pattern the same way as their live performance. The result is wide-ranging collection of electronic sounds, dense atmospheres and broken beats that evoke the past while aiming to the future.

Inspired by the Holographic Principle, Interference Pattern reflects over the limits of human perception, both in sound and vision.

Take a closer look at order.


for booking requests, email Paula Brüm | book@loudneighbor.net // download presskit & tech rider here


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