No Age released a compilation of singles last year called Weirdo Rippers that was highly praised (here, here), and they have a new album called Nouns that is scheduled to arrive on May 6th.
Via Sub Pop:Below are a couple of tracks from their new 7'' ("Eraser" is the first taste of Nouns), along with a single from the previous album:
"Recorded by Pete Lyman at Infrasonic Sound in LA, Harvey Birrell at Southern Studios in London, and at home by No Age, Nouns, the band’s Sub Pop debut, is succinctly all-encompassing, from the faux-simplicity of the title to the beautiful distortion of its sound, to the packaging that includes a 68-page full-color book packed with photos and art pieces. The record opens with a symphony of noise (both Dean and Randy use samples alongside their main instruments) and sometimes creeps, sometimes smashes through a sonic headlock befitting Daydream Nation-era Sonic Youth, Kiwi pop, My Bloody Valentine, and experimental noise."
right here, and put in a pre-order for Nouns at the link. If you find yourself in the Eastern Hemisphere next month you can catch No Age in Rome, Scotland, Amsterdam, Paris, and a bunch of cool places in between. Tour dates are here.