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May 1, 2008 3:09 PM   Subscribe

Post-hardcore/noise rockers No Age discuss their latest album, Nouns, track-by-track.

Their photo blog. Pitchfork interview.

If you're industrious, you can find the new album on teh intarwebs, but the booklet is giant and makes the album worth buying.
posted by klangklangston (14 comments total)

 
Thanks, mods what fixed that.
posted by klangklangston at 3:32 PM on May 1, 2008


Saw them open for the Liars a few months ago and was impressed though the singer's voice was a little grating after a while. Interesting link.
posted by inoculatedcities at 3:39 PM on May 1, 2008


If you're industrious you know how to use Google, you can find the new album on teh intarwebs...

;) There are two separate Mediafire download links for "No Age" and "Nouns" in the top 25 google results. Just like the Wolf Parade leak earlier this week, I think it *has* to be intentional. Too many copies arriving at places at the same time.

Anyway, all I can say is I really like the album quite a bit so far. I wish there were more of the instrumental noise as opposed to the happy pop. Keechie is great, and I like the end of Ripped Knees a lot too.

Sidenote download: No Age's cover of Bjork's It's Oh So Quiet on the free Stereogum compilation is a lot of fun too. It's like a musical theater interlude by The Jesus and Mary Chain.

Also, good band name. Three thumbs up all around.
posted by mrgrimm at 4:01 PM on May 1, 2008 [2 favorites]


Those mediafire results weren't working earlier today, and Sub Pop's been pretty aggressive about this one. But I got my copy the old fashioned way—a friend burned it for me.

They were pretty great in concert last Friday too, with Spunt pretty much owning the show. They reminded me of mid-'80s Sonic Youth (though I have to say that I didn't get to see SY live until the '90s, so that's a bit of conjecture).
posted by klangklangston at 4:27 PM on May 1, 2008


Hey, they're playing in Boston Saturday night!
posted by mkb at 7:03 PM on May 1, 2008


Even if I downloaded it I would still buy it, because I love Wolf Parade.

Oh shit, who are No Age? Are they like Yanni or something?
posted by illovich at 7:06 PM on May 1, 2008


I never got into No Age's "Weirdo Rippers" that much. If someone can confirm that every track on this new album is as awesome as the above-linked "It's Oh So Quiet," I'll agree to buy it and to love it.
posted by PM at 7:59 PM on May 1, 2008


I wasn't that into Weirdo Rippers either but I dig Nouns. Why?
posted by Falconetti at 9:37 PM on May 1, 2008


I don't get it.
posted by anoirmarie at 10:28 PM on May 1, 2008


You should also check out the other awesome bands/people with whom they are friends: Abe Vigoda, Mika Miko, Silver Daggers, BARR, and John Wiese.
posted by beerbajay at 2:26 AM on May 2, 2008


Noisy rubbish. Would listen again.
posted by Jofus at 4:26 AM on May 2, 2008


I like this band, it's like Sub Pop's answer to Times New Viking. Good stuff. Thanks.
posted by tiger yang at 8:19 AM on May 2, 2008


I'll buy At Mount Zoomer ... when it comes out in June. I'm planning to get Nouns too. Good stuff all around.

Any other good new releases? Three that spring to mind: Foals Antidotes, Fuck Buttons Street Horrrsing, and tapes 'n tapes Walk It Off.
posted by mrgrimm at 11:57 AM on May 2, 2008


I've recently started to appreciate No Age via.
posted by auralcoral at 10:50 PM on May 2, 2008


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