By Alexandra Sewell
Immutable SoCal noise rockers No Age come in strong with their sublimely messy, favourable (and oddly catchy) classic from their 2009 EP Losing Feeling.
Randy Randall and Dean Allan Sprunt never fail to perpetually introduce us to new and interesting guitar riffs and slow tempo, angsty vocals; welcoming us into their version of the noise genre which gained peak popularity in the early to mid 2000s. From the start, you can feel the beachy Californian influence paired with a hardcore metal edge and this is what puts No Age into a different calibre to the rest.
The band, along with many other noise groups, have a unique connection with the underground LA music venue The Smell and are avid in supporting charitable causes with their regular gig nights.