Within the sonic tapestry that defines The Noise Who Runs, a captivating interplay between the rough-hewn contours of the guitar’s abrasive resonance and the fluid, groove-laden currents of their electronic undercurrents has always been at the band’s heart. With their latest offering, “One Scratch Each,” it is the latter that does the lion’s share of the work on their latest song. And if the music is pared down to a pulsing vital essence, then their lyrics are even more so…

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