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No Age "Everything in Between" Out NOW!

September 28, 2010 by altamont1001

Altamont contributors No Age return for their second full length on Sub Pop records. Recorded in Los Angeles from the end of 2009 and into 2010, Everything in Between is the new album from the experimental noise punk duo of Randy Randall and Dean Spunt.

Everything in Between is a bold step in their creative evolution. It is a culmination of reflecting upon life’s ruptures and triumphs; the process of moving through these moments banged and bruised, yet better off for the wear and tear. They’ve pushed themselves in challenging and different directions, deconstructing their weird-out pop songs while still maintaining their original aesthetic and intent. Everything in Between sees No Age expand on the emotional force at the core of their catchy song-writing through tone, structure, noise and samples. This is must have music for any self-respecting weirdo ripping skate rocker. And, it’s their best record yet!

No Age enlisted fellow Altamont contributor Patrick O'Dell to collaborate on the short album teaser below...


  1. said (3 years ago)

    Just picked up the CD. Very good album. Definitely their best shit, even better than Weirdo Rippers. Every song is so diverse, especially the psych songs, which I was surprised, every psych song felt like you were in a different atmosphere or country heh. Valley Hump Crash gave me this weird nostalgic feeling, as if I wanted to be 5 years old again. Shred and Transcend has a spooky feel to it, like if you in a ghost town or something and then "Transcends" into some good uppy lo-fi punk. This is a very good album, seriously guys. Pick it up you Altamontians!

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