• Interview: No Age

    Three years on from unleashing the nuanced noise of their stellar third album, Everything In Between, Los Angeles duo No Age re-affirmed their reputation as one of the most accomplished experimental punk outfits around with the masterfully minimalist An Object, released in August last year. Propelled by its candour and bare-boned urgency, it galvanised guitarist Randy Randall and drummer/vocalist Dean Allen Spunt’s effortlessly off-kilter craft, the fuzzed-out forays of old taking a back seat in favour of a markedly more inconspicuous approach. But for a twosome so apparently motivated by and inclined towards impulse, one wonders: was there much intention at the…

  • Watch: No Age – An Impression

    L.A. experimental punk two-piece No Age have unveiled a video for new track, ‘An Impression’. Taken from the band’s fourth studio album entitled An Object – released today in the UK and tomorrow in the US via Sub Pop – the video for the track the brief, decidedly abstract clip was directed by the duo, Randy Randall (guitar) and Dean Spunt (drums/vocals). Watch the video below.  

  • Stream: No Age – ‘C’mon Stimmung’

    Taken from their new album – set for release via Sub Pop on August 19 – Los Angeles noise duo No Age are streaming a new track, titled ‘C’mon Stimmung’. Set to feature as the third track on An Object – the follow-up to 2010’s impressive Everything In Between – the song is a brief but characteristically exuberant burst of experimental punk from the two-piece. Listen to ‘C’mon Stummung’ via YouTube below.