After 10 years of being a band No Age have been all over the world and they have seen some pretty ugly things. Some vile, nasty, putrid happenings. When they are together making music they channel the light and whimsical to act as contrary forces to the habitual haze of hegemony force fed by these opposing forces. Luckily, after all this time they have decided to self release a 7" to act as an escape. We give you this A side "Separation" b/w "Serf To Serf" as a reminder to always stand up against negative energy, conformity and expectation. Pressed in an edition of 600 for a tour in Norway this fall (2016), Secretly Distribution joins in the fight to spread the good word and distribute this music to the finer humans who live in the (b)re(a)st of the world.
By now the two young heavyweights from the LA Skate / Art / Punk underworld, No Age, are a well-known and established part of the indie pantheon. But back in 2007 Dean Spunt and Randy Randall were just building quite a bit of noise in the wake of the demise of their previous band Wives.
After working out their sound in the LA scene revolving around the now fabled venue The Smell (pictured on the cover of Weirdo Rippers) they decided to release five ltd. vinyl only releases on a variety of DIY indie labels across the globe on the same day (namely UTR, Deleted Art, Teardrops, Youth Attack, and Dean's own PPM label). Their debut LP release for FatCat, 'Weirdo Rippers', was a collection of recorded highlights taken from the aforementioned releases. At the time it was readily available on CD and has since found a home digitally but it's not found its way back to the vinyl format that first gave many of these tracks life. Now we're presenting the first domestically available version of 'Weirdo Rippers' pressed to vinyl; an utterly essential piece of No Age's past.