album review: no age
    • TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2010

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    Guitarist Randy Randall and drummer Dean Allen Spunt formed No Age out of the remnants of a hardcore band in 2005. From the outset of the Los Angeles based band's first full-length to this, Everything in Between (the band's third), No Age's sound hasn't really changed too much. In fact, this latest album brims with a knowing loyalty to the musical elements that have unbetrayingly defined them: Layers of gnarring reverb, pounding punk rock riffs, and subtle drips of melody — all distilled between ambient walls of sound — infuse Everything in Between with more of what the band's fans know, and more importantly, more of what the band's fans have come to love.

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