Randy Randall :: Shore Sunset, Pt. 1

Following the 2007 singles compilation Weirdo Rippers, No Age returned the following year with the release of Nouns. Both the media and the masses took note, and for good reason. As an album, Nouns endures both as a sonic manifesto, and as a time-capsule of the mid-late 00s underground; specifically the DTLA noise-punk scene. Over the past decade, the duo have released three more albums; works that have explored and expanded upon the initial framework laid out within Nouns 30 minute runtime. And while less . . .

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