Album artwork for No Justice by Federale

As a mournful whistle carves through fevered melancholia, the first stirrings of No Justice’s title track evoke the mean streets and rusted prairies of a blighted small folk roiling with palpable desperation. Embracing the enormous scope of orchestral cinematic production while subduing the bombast of electrified riffage, longtime Brian Jonestown Massacre bassist Collin Hegna has honed a taut, gleaming precision from his passion project’s signature sound. When his honeyed baritone waltzes with the operatic wizardry of bandmate Maria Karlin, the finely-etched lyrical depths fortify Federale’s cinematic sway.

Spare yet sumptuous, distilling the lean, gritty essence of grindhouse anomie and wielding orchestral flourishes of widescreen delicacy, No Justice feels like the defining statement of a band fully-realized – a sultry, restless stormcloud arising from the darkness at the edge of town to draw forth the fated reckoning.

Federale

No Justice

Jealous Butcher
Album artwork for No Justice by Federale
CD

$14.99

Released 11/08/2019Catalogue Number

CD-JBR-0183

Album artwork for Album artwork for No Justice by Federale by No Justice - Federale
Album artwork for No Justice by Federale
LP

$21.99

Black vinyl.

Released 11/08/2019Catalogue Number

LP-JBR-0183

Federale

No Justice

Jealous Butcher
Album artwork for No Justice by Federale
CD

$14.99

Released 11/08/2019Catalogue Number

CD-JBR-0183

Album artwork for Album artwork for No Justice by Federale by No Justice - Federale
Album artwork for No Justice by Federale
LP

$21.99

Black vinyl.

Released 11/08/2019Catalogue Number

LP-JBR-0183

As a mournful whistle carves through fevered melancholia, the first stirrings of No Justice’s title track evoke the mean streets and rusted prairies of a blighted small folk roiling with palpable desperation. Embracing the enormous scope of orchestral cinematic production while subduing the bombast of electrified riffage, longtime Brian Jonestown Massacre bassist Collin Hegna has honed a taut, gleaming precision from his passion project’s signature sound. When his honeyed baritone waltzes with the operatic wizardry of bandmate Maria Karlin, the finely-etched lyrical depths fortify Federale’s cinematic sway.

Spare yet sumptuous, distilling the lean, gritty essence of grindhouse anomie and wielding orchestral flourishes of widescreen delicacy, No Justice feels like the defining statement of a band fully-realized – a sultry, restless stormcloud arising from the darkness at the edge of town to draw forth the fated reckoning.