We like noises. Anything that has rythym, texture and some sort of sonic depth, we like it. We also like guitars, bass and drums. It's the cornerstone of rock and roll. We don't really like singing. Don't get us wrong, some of our favorite bands have great singers, but most lyrics are saying the same stuff over and over, and they reside higher than the music. We want to hear the music, loudly, and want the music to be more of an experience than just a song. That probably sounds pretentious, but we also strive to keep it as unpretentious as possible. Check it out, I think the music will speak better than I can write.
"Kent-based The Star Junction fuses a mix of experimental elements to create a sound that's equal parts noise and melody. Throughout Euphemic, the band jumps between two different worlds of music, creating rich, full melodies one moment and offering creeped-out collections of everyday noises the next. It captures a sound similar to Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon, though the lack of vocals makes this mood music more than anything else.— Paul Kulis"
Cleveland Free Times
(Volume 15, Issue 4
Published May 30th, 2007)