The (International) Noise Conspiracy Tickets
The (International) Noise Conspiracy is a garage rock band
with punk rock influences that hails from Sweden. Influenced by a quote from 1960's folk
singer Phil Ochs, the lead singer of the band, Dennis Lyxzen, said
the band wanted to achieve an ideal blend of music and politics that
was, "a cross between Elvis Presley and Che Guevara". The band tours the globe frequently.
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According to the liner notes of their debut album, The First Conspiracy, The (International) Noise Conspiracy wanted to combat music's function as spectacle. This is a concept taken from Guy Debord's work "The Society of the Spectacle".
There is much fanfare about the band's Marxist ideology and position as communists, a label they in fact give themselves. However, they don't belong to Stalinist or other traditional socialist positions and are politically opposed to hierarchy and the state. Much of their images, and writings reflect situationist, left communist, and anarchist political positions and influences.
Considered one of the finest examples of situationist-influenced punk rock, their 2000 album Survival Sickness saw the band pushing their revolutionary ideology with scathing lyrics and an infectious rhythm.
The band's first tour outside Sweden, their homeland, was to China. The band's lead singer describes their music as "like The Hives with added politics", as The (International) Noise Conspiracy have a strong situationist agenda in some of their work, such as "Capitalism Stole My Virginity".