Articles tagged no age

1 Aug 2013 // 11:14 PM

Listening Ahead: Upcoming Releases for August 2013

Here's a sneak peek at some of August's most anticipated new releases, including the latest from No Age, Ty Segall, and Superchunk.

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The Radio Dept.: Passive Aggressive: Singles 2002-2010

With the release of this two-disc best-of and rarities compilation, the Swedish indie-pop veterans ride the momentum they've gained from their spectacular 2010 album Clinging to a Scheme.

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2 Dec 2010 // 10:00 PM

Zach Hill: Face Tat

On his latest solo endeavor, Hella drummer Zach Hill morphs into a pop mad scientist, testing any and all musical combinations to see what works... and what doesn't work.

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28 Sep 2010 // 10:00 PM

No Age: Everything in Between

It might seem presumptuous to make such a claim, but No Age has already become something of an indie rock institution.

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Hopscotch Music Festival: 9-11 September 2010 - Raleigh, North Carolina

Well curated, organized and executed, the inaugural Hopscotch Music Festival announced the arrival of a new stop on the summer festival circuit.

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29 Jun 2008 // 11:00 PM

No Age: Nouns

Never has so much kaleidoscopic noise been produced from such meagre resources: one guitar and one drum kit.

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4 Jun 2008 // 2:00 AM

No Age

Spunt summed up the evening when he said, in reference to their run through “Neck Escaper”, "I rocked that shit so hard I cracked my hi-hat."

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14 Apr 2008 // 9:15 PM

Wolf Parade Call It a Ritual [MP3]       Laura Cantrell Love Vigilantes [MP3]       No Age Eraser

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Photos and Text: Mehan Jayasuriya For a duo, No Age sure do make a lot of noise. During their early evening set at Emo’s,

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25 Sep 2007 // 10:56 PM

No Age: Weirdo Rippers

Swirling static and shimmer into pulses of riotous pleasure, Weirdo Rippers positions No Age as one of the most buzz-worthy and buzz-inducing bands of the year.

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NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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