No Age's third album 'Everything In Between' is aggressive music with an emotional side. While eschewing some of the more combative hallmarks of noise rock in favour of more emotive lyrics and more ear-friendly arrangements, 'Everything In Between' is still a fun joyride into punk's noiser side.
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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' may be the record that changes my opinion as it contains 'Glitter', the first No Age tune that I really like. Also, this is varied and relatively experimental record that blurs the lines you associate with their sound and confronts and conquers new musical territory with relative ease. Some of the stuff on here is traditional, catchy and kinda poppy but there's a ton of more obscure sounding spaced out jams that evolve and mutate in mysterious and fun ways. Lets call it an album in two parts, one that reminds me of a better Wavves and the other that kinda delves into the murky world of modern kraut/shoegaze/psych stuff. It will no doubt satisfy old and new fans alike and (as usual) the art and design work is impeccable.
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