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Album Review: No Age - An Object

Album Review: No Age - An Object

Tuesday 3rd September, 2013 10:22AM

Having to print, assemble and ship 10,000 copies of your own album by hand wouldn't be most artists’ idea of a good deal. Noise rock duo No Age however insisted to their label Sub-Pop that they could do just that and once they'd completed their third full length record, An Object, they took the music they'd made by hand, packaged it by hand and mailed it themselves.

As kitschy as this sounds, it's actually quite a fitting send-off for the album itself. No Age's previous records have been relatively messy affairs with the core sound centred on a full tilt, reverb-laden wall of noise, but An Object is different. Apart from being physically hand made, the album is made up of a collection of what feel like home-made songs; imperfect and raw like the wares of a flea market, or a self pressed record.

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