As the title might suggest, Friends In Noise is a collection of collaborations between the main Black Marketeer, Stanley Belton, and many friends and colleagues who he has worked and made music with over the years. Although not intended to be an album in its own right, Belton began to realize that he was collecting songs and ideas, collaborations and co-writes with a wealth of fascinating people and that to have all of those musical adventures and sonic experimentation in one place would be a fantastic idea. And thus, Friends In Noise was born…

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