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The concept of THE NOUN is an ambitious combination of classic 70's Progressive Rock with the very latest keyboard technology for a modern edge (Atmospheric/Trance) and stacks of sonic music power. Drummer and vocalist Simon STREVEN teamed up with another drummer Ged APPLEBY and quickly recruited Guitarist Phil DEARING to realise this dream.

Going counter to the modern trend of employing ancient analogue technology to create their music, THE NOUN heavily utilise MIDI controlled keyboards to synchronise their live show's laser lighting rig (a rack of equipment worthy of a Tech rave), coupled with the powerhouse twin drumming and soaring guitar breaks that evoke echoes of David GILMOUR and Joe SATRIANI on tracks such as "Turk" from their debut album "Speed Skating" shows they have convincingly realised their ambitious concept.

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