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Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States
Band Alternative EDM


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"Noirhaus has won awards remixing the likes of Madonna and New Order. Noirhaus is his own dark industrial project that's eerily reminiscent of Depeche Mode. The melancholia, angst, and drama is set against bright, pinging beats and bloop sounds that make you throw on some eyeliner and do '80s dances. Capes are encouraged." -

"Jeff St. Clair"

This is one of the most talented unsigned artists i've come across. Their sound is a blend of gothic, industrial, and synthpop, with each song having its own unique sound to it. the song "cut like knives" is an electro-industrial song with an eerie machine-revolution vibe to it. This album is actually a single for the song "Core", but it contains 11 tracks, only 3 of which are versions of "Core". the song "Core" is a very catchy mellow gothic-industrial song with deep bassy vocals. The song just stays in my head forever after i've heard it. the remixes of "Core" are more club-oriented, with more upbeat industrial tempos. my favorite song on this album is "Mercy [Desperation Mix]". This is a great synthpop song with a great combination of male and female vocals. I'd say that this song is definitely worthy of club-play and i find myself blasting this song and grooving to it. the song "Reasons" has nice ethereal/ambien vocals with a nice combination of ethereal and industrial beats. The song "Undone" is a soothing synthpop track, sounding very similar to the band "And One". "Deify" has some beautiful piano melodies, with low pitched gothic vocals. Intervox is a very talented band with many varying musical styles ranging from song to song. Personally, I prefer the songs with the more synthpopy vocals such as "Mercy" and "Undone" as opposed to the more gothic vocals of "Core" and "Deify", but i love the variety in sounds and I have an appreciation for all the songs on this cd.
Rating: 7 out of 10 - Jet -


The artist employs a variety of dark techniques including haunting melodies and deep, dramatic male vocals that can be easily confused for those of Depeche Mode's David Gahan. "The Ghost in You" is a modern, futuristic electronic piece with an overall romantic beauty.
- John -

"St. Clair"

Great music, I have no idea why this guy isn't famous yet!

"What St. Clair does, he does quite well"

Jeff St. Clair is clearly a Depeche Mode fan, but then again, it's hard to find an electro-pop artist who isn't. Fortunately, though the influence is undeniable, he manages to achieve some sense of originality. Drum 'n' bass influences abound on the intro instrumental and the moody pop outro, "The Dream of You," and the piano-laced "Deify," despite an uncanny similarity to more than one of Martin Gore's ballads, hints as much at classical music as '80s pop.

The vocals, too, reference Depeche Mode, but St. Clair's voice sounds less forced, more natural, with just a hint of a rasp that works much better than the usual affected melodrama. With a background as a remix artist, St. Clair's production talents give this a professional sense of polish that few bands (especially unsigned bands) can manage to achieve, and the clean synths of "The Forgotten" and the lush atmospheres of "The Ghost in You" show more depth than most retro-influenced electronic acts can manage. A cover of Clan of Xymox's "Imagination," perhaps the album's standout track, gives the song a new, more American voice without losing the danceable but bittersweet appeal of the original. - Matthew Johnson - ReGen Magazine


Muted (2006)
The World Forgetting, by the World Forgot (2006)
Various Artists - The Fixx: An electronic tribute (2005)
Various Artists - Jaded (2005)
Various Artists - Elektrokuted (2005)
Various Artists - Electro Culture Sampler I (2004)
Various Artists - State of Synthpop (2003)

### REMIXES ###

Artists I've done remixes for:

New Order
Depeche Mode
Frou Frou
Lenny Kravitz
Nine Inch Nails
The Cure



Jeffrey St. Clair is no stranger to the music industry. An award winning remixer of Madonna and New Order, Jeffrey now brings his talents and consolidates them into one presence, "Noirhaus". He also has remixed the likes of Depeche Mode, Garbage, The Cure and Lenny Kravitz. Jeff takes his synth expertise in many genres to combine something new and enjoyable. With over 2 million downloads worldwide, it seems like the listeners agree.

* About Jeffrey St. Clair *

I grew up in Huntington Beach, CA. Living in West Hollywood now. I love to surf so I'm thankful to be about 5 minutes from the beach!

I love learning about other cultures, a life goal of mine is to visit every country. My parents lived in Japan before I was born, but brought back so much culture with them. Some little kids played with Ken and Barbie dolls, I played with Kabuki dolls. Being influenced at such a young age is probably why I have a special fondnes for Asian cultures. I am currently learning about certain African cultures, which is equally interesting. People are very interesting creatures. I could spend a day in the park just people watching.

I'm a big supporter of the Police, Firefighers, EMT, Military, Healthcare Professionals...any true heroes who put strangers' lives before their own. Anyone who helps other people without asking for anything in return are true heroes. I also support Animal rights, and often find myself liking animals more than most humans! I grew up with 3 cats and a dog, they were part of the family.

I come from a very musical family, so it was natural that I started playing at a very early age. I can play most every instrument except Flute. My main loves are the Guitar and Piano.

Music is my life, I do this for the love of music, and here is a very small representation of what I create. Rather than have my many projects span out, I've consolidated them into this one website.

I enjoy sharing my music with you and hope you enjoy it too.

Thank you for taking the time to listen,