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No Age
Snares Like a Haircut

Been a while, hasn't it? Fuzz punks No Age have been dwelling in slumber since they released An Object, their last and most thoughtful record in a back catalogue full of discarding and distorting. Here comes the shred: they're back with Snares Like a Haircut and it sounds like they're g...view item »

No Age
An Object

I called this lot New Age last week  - its very much like having your grandad writing reviews. Anyway this is their 4th album. They are one of those bands with two people in them. There a lot of bands about at the moment with just the two people in them. I can see why, its expensive to tour and does it really matter if there is no bass? Wel...view item »

No Age
Eraser

Loved that No Age 12" with the really mardy lass on a swing. She had a face that said "I've just stabbed my parents. Do you wanna help me drink this bottle of Cider? Then we can go burn down that church....!!!" At least 3/4 of us are really getting to love this Sub Pop 7", 'Eraser' too. It's really bloomin' fine indeed. The guitar initially remind...view item »

No Age
Teen Creeps

Moving swiftly on to Sub-Poppers No Age with a 7" of 'Teen Creeps' which is immodestly familiar to me from Nouns LP. There's a pop tune breaking out of the dense fuzzy wall of guitar. It couldn't be fuzzier if Fuzz Mc Fuzzy and the fuzzies recorded it through a fuzz box on the planet fuzz. Phil is reminded of Built To Spill and Brett declared ...view item »

No Age
Everything in Between

Never been much of a fan of No Age but I'm down with the fact that they've used their relatively high profile as artists to expose, inspire and encourage fellow LA artists/musicians and punkers around the world. It's obvious they are doing good work for the music community but I'm just not that fussed with their music. 'Everything In Between' ma...view item »

No Age
Nouns

Just spent 10 minutes ordering some shoddy fast food only to be told they don't deliver to these grimy streets. Tsk! Have to console myself with the adrenalized experimental fuzzgarage squall of No Age's 1st proper big record, 'Nouns' If the EPs didn't stir your broth then there's no hope for you. This is the best thing Sub Pop have unleashed in an...view item »

No Age
Losing Feeling

It's probably fair to say that I don't really get No Age. I think some of their stuff's alright but I've never been able to understand quite the level of hype and adulation they've had from the start. But 'Losing Feeling' I'm liking. The title track is much hazier than anything I've heard of them before, reminding me of the likes of Deerhunter or (...view item »

No Age
Glitter + 1

I used to think these guys were about the most overrated band on the planet but I've got to say that the last few things I've heard by them have grown on me a bit. The lead track here is a bit of an odd one with its strangely bleary mid-range production style.. Everything else about it reminds me of Dinosaur Jr. because of the lazily delivered v...view item »

No Age
Get Hurt

Like a million records have just turned up and it's utter chaos. One of which is the 'Get Hurt' EP by NO AGE. As you'd expect from an Upset The Rhythm Record this is a right decent fuzzy racket. Lurking beneath the feedback are trashed punk pop tracks. You can hear the passion coming through the 6 tracks on this relativel...view item »

No Age
Sick People Are Safe

A snapshot of No Age in the particularly brief and raucous early days, Sick People Are Safe is a repress from 2007. These tracks would go on to appear on the Weirdo Rippers compilation but are best experienced in the short-stab of an EP. Time to remember what all the excitement was about back th...view item »

No Age
Weirdo Rippers

FINALLY released on vinyl. And not just any vinyl.. It's that spanky DMM stuff which probably bakes bread and fetches your morning paper. This comp features tracks from the 3 x 12" and 2 x 7" lettered series a while back. It's not got all of the tracks on but to get all of the tracks you'd have to sell your house as they're worth a mint. ...view item »

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