L.A.'s No Age takes DIY seriously. Band members Randy Randall and Dean Spunt not only made all of the music on their new album, An Object, but also hand-folded the thousands of liner notes for the hard copies. Influenced by fellow psychedelic/punk band Psychic TV, No Age have settled in on a spare sound full of fuzzing textures and smoldering guitars. A self-proclaimed “unusual” band, the duo's live performance is a mosh pit – heavy, sensation-driven experience, which grabs audience attention with deliberately out-of-key vocals and off-tempo drum lines. No Age pride themselves in taking their output beyond the sonic experience and striving for a gut-punching propulsion of sound. Most often, they accomplish it. As such, this show is your opportunity to let loose and blow the roof off. Fellow sound explorers Dunes and Peaking Lights support.

Fri., March 14, 8 p.m., 2014
(Expired: 03/14/14)

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