No Age, Ornament and Regal Degal played MHOW (pics)
photos by P Squared Photography
No Age @ MHOW, 9/5/2013
While the crowd members went for each others' jugulars (or whatever body parts they managed to make contact with) or danced along ecstatically sans pain, No Age properly fed the crowd's appreciation with track after track of nearly pure distortion and noise instrumentals. Although Spunt shouted into his mic, his words were just murmurs against the multi-stack drumstick smashes and distortion-loaded power chords. Midway through the set, Spunt announced it was time for "some new songs," and abandoned his drum kit temporarily for the bass. During No Generator, the low but heavy bass riffs brashly coupled with guitar chops, shook the venue (and even rattled the drummer-less drums). After playing a few fuzz-heavy An Object tracks (I Won't Be Your Generator and A Ceiling Dreams Of A Floor) and some oldies, Spunt eventually returned to his trusty drum kit to finish off the set, ending it with one of the band's more punk-rooted songs, Miner. - [CMJ]
The wild squall that is Los Angeles duo No Age invaded NYC last week, as their tour hit Music Hall of Williamsburg on Thursday (9/6) with opening sets from locals Ornament (aka Joe DeNardo from Growing) and Regal Degal. Pictures from that show are in this post.
No Age stuck around on Friday (9/6) to play the kickoff event for the traveling Station to Station roadshow and we'll have pictures from that too soon. More pics from Music Hall below...