Many musicians and labels will donate the day’s Bandcamp money to support the fight for Black lives.
No Age have always been great at making very little sound like a whole lot. Since they began blending influences from hardcore punk and noise rock with indie-rock catchiness 15 years ago, the Los Angeles-based duo have been on the cutting edge of cool—they’ve always seemed a step ahead of their peers in the guitar-rock […]
To support the new Snares Like a Haircut, noise-punks No Age play Schubas during the Tomorrow Never Knows festival.
Five years can be a lifetime in the career of a postpunk band, but that’s how long it’s been since the LA duo No Age dropped a new record. Singer and guitarist Randy Randall and drummer Dean Spunt have finally broken their silence with the exuberant Snares Like a Haircut (Drag City), a maelstrom of […]
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Saturday, September 14.
This week’s gig poster was designed by local artist Sonnenzimmer.
Earl Sweatshirt’s humane, heartbreaking Doris and 14 more record reviews
Former Mika Miko members take a headfirst dive into sunshiny pop
Chrissy Murderbot and How to Dress Well join Guided by Voices, Neko Case, No Age, and more.
This week’s Early Warnings include the Black Keys, Brandon Flowers, Freelance Whales, the Misfits, No Age, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, Small Black, and Mark Sultan.
Recommended events paired with nearby restaurants.
A recommendation for No Age and an explanation of Pavement, who play Millennium Park tonight.
Critics’ Choices and other notable shows: No Age, Sleep, Oval, Ben Frost, High Places, Joshua Abrams, Thee Oh Sees, and more
Vice Cooler survives a Texas humping, Billy Corgan buys his way into Art Shay’s portfolio, and more.
My friend Krystal has an uncanny ability to go to any city and find the coolest people and best artists living there. She could probably go to the blighted Rust Belt hole that I grew up near and find someone making post-shoegaze electro-noise or earth art or exquisitely crafted recycled-glass bongs or something. It’s just […]