Sounding like the unexpected but inevitable pairing of Phil Spector-produced wall-of-noise pop and the free-spirited sonic experimentation of early shoegaze bands like Telescopes, Medicine and My Bloody Valentine, Montreal's No Joy came to the attention of fans and critics alike on the strength of its debut seven-inch, "No Summer/No Joy," in late 2009. The group's primary songwriters, Jasmine White-Gluz and Laura Lloyd, pushed their songwriting further between a busy touring schedule, resulting in No Joy's debut full-length, the... More >>>