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No Age’s Thrilling “Soft Collar Fad” Is a Welcome Return

The first time I saw No Age live was about a decade ago, at a loft in Baltimore, when I was 17 years old. Their set was…
Andy Cush / October 10, 2017

No Age Announce New Album Snares Like a Haircut, Release “Soft Collar Fad”

No Age back! The weirdo rippers have announced Snares Like a Haircut, their first LP since 2013's An Object. They've also released "Soft Collar Fad," the album's…
Jeremy Gordon / October 10, 2017

No Age, Best Coast, Ty Segall Will Play Benefit Show for Beloved Los Angeles DIY Venue The Smell

Around the turn of the last decade, a crop of exciting, noisy Los Angeles bands like No Age, Abe Vigoda, Mika Miko, and Pocahaunted caught…
Andy Cush / December 27, 2016

Backstage Pass: No Age Talk Genre, DIY, and LL Cool J at BottleRock Fest

This year's BottleRock Napa had one of the most unusual festival lineups we've ever seen, which is pretty much why we had to be there,…
SPIN Staff / June 5, 2014

BottleRock Festival 2014: SPIN’s Best Live Photos

This past weekend, droves of nostalgia-prone music fans-slash-wine enthusiasts gathered at Napa Valley for the latest installment of BottleRock festival, a three-day showcase billed as…
SPIN Staff / June 2, 2014

No Age + Pissed Jeans = Rat Fist, Stream ‘Disrupt Yr DNA’

In a SPIN profile last year about Pissed Jeans, No Age's Randy Randall spoke about the closeness he felt to the fellow Sub Pop punks.
Colin Joyce / May 27, 2014

See No Age Transform ‘Letterman’ Into DIY Art Space for ‘C’mon, Stimmung’

No Age performed on the Late Show With David Letterman on January 23, and, as the high-minded DIY duo are wont to do, they turned…
Kyle McGovern / January 24, 2014

Read SPIN’s ARTPOP Issue: Lady Gaga, M.I.A., Basquiat, Yoko Ono, DONDA, Tim Hecker, More

Our November iPad issue explores the current collision between music and contemporary art — Lady Gaga going over the moon for Koons, Jay Z rapping…
SPIN Staff / November 15, 2013

Ceci N’est Pas un Objet: No Age Get Physical for Their Handmade ‘An Object’

Dean Spunt: I was getting interested in manufacturing in general, looking into making and die-cutting my own vinyl labels. But I used thinking about physically…
David Bevan / November 15, 2013

Levi’s x SPIN Present: Station to Station, the View From the Train

At its Brooklyn debut in September, the Station to Station tour felt to its passengers more an idea than a reality. Made possible by Levi's,…
SPIN Staff / October 9, 2013

Beck, Dan Deacon, No Age Thrill at Levi’s Station to Station Innovation

Last night the circus came to Los Angeles, but it wasn't your usual fare. Instead of tiptoeing elephants and performing seals, people were the focus…
Chris Martins / September 27, 2013

Levi’s Station to Station Brings Art, No Age, Chaos, Yoshimi, Branding to Brooklyn Happening

When it came, the wave of cognitive recognition was brief but intense. The scene was the end of Station to Station, a self-proclaimed "nomadic happening"
Piotr Orlov / September 10, 2013

How No Age’s Cagy Art-Punk Aspires to the Transcendent Negation of the Urinals’ Four-Song Blurt ‘Another EP’

In the Grammy-nominated 64-page booklet that housed L.A. noise-pop-punk-gaze duo No Age's first full album, 2008's Nouns, pages 12 and 13 were devoted to somebody's…
Chuck Eddy / August 20, 2013

Watch No Age Bleed Colors in Experimental ‘An Impression’ Video

When No Age decided they wanted to make a follow-up to 2010's Everything in Between, the Los Angeles art-punks decided that they would actually make…
Kyle McGovern / August 19, 2013

No Age’s ‘An Object’ Proves Art-Damage Austerity Has Its Limits

No Age always seemed like a punk band for people ambivalent about punk. Born of a Los Angeles community whose Venn diagram included skate shops,…
Mike Powell / August 15, 2013
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