An Object (Sub Pop), but a 2016 single gives some hints about how drummer-vocalist Dean Allen Spunt and guitarist Randy Randall might be evolving. The B-side, “Serf to Serf,” rumbles with Randall’s power chords while Spunt’s anthemic vocals recall vintage Radio Birdman. The A-side, “Separation,” is also energetic but infused with a little more arty, Mission of Burma–/Wire–style post-punk formalism.
In keeping with their roots, No Age return tonight to their old home base, all-ages downtown club the Smell. The local noise-rock duo’s audience might be a lot bigger these days than it was when they started performing at the Smell more than a decade ago, but refreshingly the ticket price remains $5, the venue’s usual admission charge. No Age haven’t released a new full-length album since 2013’s