"Blake Noble truly takes us on a globetrotting escapade on his album Underdog; we return cleansed and full of spirit previously unknown."
" The eight track ,mainly instrumental album draws upon Noble’s unique percussive guitar style that picks up where long lost legend Michael Hedges left off; but don’t be fooled this is not “New Age,” music rather a funk rock, jazz, world music fusion for this century. "
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" Most of the album is instrumental. Not everyone can pull this off. His music at times seems to tell stories that most bands and musicians can’t convey on their best days."
"... this second effort shows him a more dynamic man, utilizing a full band, a string section, and guest vocalist Cody Beebe on three tracks. The result is a wave of experimental noise you’re not hearing from anyone else."
MUSIC FOR THE END OF THE WORLD
Blake Noble, 2011
Blake Noble released his first album - Music for the end of the world - in March, 2011, bravely shrugging off advice and keeping it completely instrumental. It was recorded in Melbourne, Australia in a bedroom by Oliver Butterfield over a 3 week period.