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No Age poses for a Polaroid outside KEXP in Seattle.
November 12, 2013 No Age's Randy Randall and Dean Spunt have spent nearly a decade making uncompromising and hard-to-define punk rock together. Watch them perform the anthemic "I Won't Be Your Generator" live.
No Age's new album, An Object, comes out August 20.
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August 11, 2013 The arty L.A. noise-rock duo's fourth album seethes stubbornly when it could have far more easily opened up at full blast and stayed there. A compact but searching 30 minutes of music, An Object hammers and wanders while upsetting and upending expectations.
Clockwise from upper left: Neko Case, Kanye West, Shigeto, Schoolboy Q
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June 18, 2013 On this week's All Songs Considered, we hear a preview of some of the albums we're most excited about this summer. A rotating cast of NPR Music team folks join hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton to talk about new music from Kanye West, Neko Case, No Age and more.
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January 11, 2011 The Los Angeles punk duo answers our questions about touring and recommends their favorite minivan.
No Age's new album, Everything in Between, touches on the duo's speedy skate-punk roots.
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October 27, 2010 The art-punk duo touches on its speedy skater roots on a thrilling new album. If the propulsive riffs on Everything in Between drive a few softies from the room, the songs have served their purpose.
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In "Sorts," the noise-punk band No Age refines its sound, to the point where it'd work as pre-show music for an AC/DC arena concert.
October 14, 2010 In "Sorts," the noise-punk band refines its sound, to the point where it'd work as pre-show music for an AC/DC arena concert. No Age may have ratcheted up its pop-friendly appeal on its new album, but the band still has its slacker-punk morals in check.
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September 28, 2010 Each Tuesday, we ask a record store which new albums they have in stock, and which ones are selling.
November 10, 2008 We receive several hundred CDs a week at All Songs Considered and do our best to listen to a bit of everything. But there's only enough time and space on the show to cover a tiny fraction of them. That means a lot of great albums get missed. Fortunately, as we compile our ballot for the year's best CDs, NPR listeners have been helping us find some of those buried and overlooked musical gems. On this edition of All Songs Considered we share some of those picks: the best of the CDs we missed this year, including music from Flobots, Department of Eagles, Human Highway, and more.
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