Edgar Allan Poets – Noir Rock Band | Paparazzi Sniper is Rogue Proxy's Single Out Now
Paparazzi Sniper is Rogue Proxy’s Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed Rogue Proxy but this eclectic Duo is back with a new cool single and I want to share my opinion about it.

The rhythmic cadence of this cool new single stimulated my neck to bounce back and forth in time with the beat.

My arm went up with the horns pointed towards the sky and then I was completely absorbed by the sonic universe created by the Rogue Proxies.

Paparazzi Sniper is a beautiful rock song with no strings attached, direct and sincere. The interpretation and the performance are masterful. The guitar solos are great and in some moments reminded me of those of Guns & Roses.

The thing I like most about this duo is the passion they put into composing and interpreting their music. It feels like these songs are the fruit of compositional freedom, sweat and fun in the rehearsal room.

Absolutely reconfirmed because they produce quality music.

Paparazzi Sniper is Rogue Proxy’s Single Out Now!

Catchy and Cool!

Two childhood friends from Canada reunited to produce a new rocking and grooving sound blending vintage tones and styles with modern production techniques. While working on perfecting their sound, tube amps were overdriven to their limits, compressors were hit way too hard and saturation was pushed too high into the red. Things got out of control and a freak accident occurred … something unknown appeared … it hacked itself into the session … it took over all production … it developed an integration to an energy never seen before!!! They called it Rogue Proxy and with it was born a new flavor of rock!

Rogue Proxy became their conduit to transmit sound, energy and visual wildness. ‘Rogue’ does not follow rules or formulas during songwriting and production, but instead is driven by an ever evolving artificial intelligence and complex algorithm with the one goal to produce a new genre-defying, exciting sound and musical experience.

Though it is impossible to pigeon-hole Rogue Proxy’s music from song to song, it has been described as the illegitimate love child between Red Hot Chili Peppers and Daft Punk, growing up as a rebellious teen influenced by everything from Black Sabbath to
Massive Attack to Jimi Hendrix to Jamiroquai and more. and generate the unexpected in the future.

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