We have partnered with Holocene and are giving away tickets to many shows including a pair to No Age, Lucky Dragons, Dangerous Boys Club & more this Sunday, November 28. To win tickets, comment on this post why you would like to attend. Winners will be drawn & emailed Friday, November 26 @ 3PM.
Related Holocene Events on Pipeline:
- November 24: Holocene Presents DISCOS DISCOS Dance Party | Free Before 11
- November 26: SNAP! 90s Dance Party @ Holocene | Free Before 11PM
- November 27: Holocene All-Star DJ Night & Dance Party | Free Before 11
From our sponsors at Holocene:
Sunday, November 28 | 8:30pm
COST: $12.00 advance | $14.00 day of show
An ALL AGES evening with LA's art punk heroes, NO AGE!
Forever cascading forward in a positive direction, gleefully instinctive, No Age erupt out of your speakers, blasting away the clouds above the smoggy cityscape to reveal a solar flaring sun. With an ecstatic force bubbling around and beyond their music, they release contagious energy like they're main-lining a field full of whirring wind turbines, while tuned into an ancient celestial power source. No Age is the duo of Dean Spunt and Randy Randall, they are on a constant journey to explore the furthest reaches of sound. They set out with one particular rule in mind: To write songs that we would be psyched to listen to.
On a first listen, discovering each new dose of their alchemy is exhilarating–they produce perfectly crafted songs, underpinned by infectious melodies and ear-piercing cacophony. This swirling mix of unstoppable momentum is catapulted into the stratosphere by sweeping bursts of symphonic growls. Their power is enunciated through their ability to take their core of catchy song-writing and expand its emotional influence through tone, structure and noise. Dean and Randy connect the dots within the heritage of their constellation of influences: The Byrds through Husker Du, John Cale through The Ramones, The Go-Betweens through My Bloody Valentine; SST to Flying Nun, Sub Pop to Creation.
All excitedly routed through the fury of the American underground. Influences are not regurgitated in a reverential style, but soaked up, understood, ripped apart, shredded, collaged and articulated into an inimitable sound through their dense layers of fuzz, haze and experimental art-pop.