Just in time for you to be that guy when No Age plays some upcoming dates with the Pixies we have some super fancy new t shirts! We’ve also got a new No Age racerback tank top in stock! But wait! There’s more! The Losing Feeling EP cover was designed by No Age and Brian Roettinger (who received a Grammy nomination for his work on Nouns) and we like it so much we’ve turned it into a four poster set. Each poster represents a song on the album and they are pretty fancy if I do say so myself. This poster set is limited edition so get ‘em while the gettin’ is good.
News from 11/2009
So, this really very amazing bit of news just in…
The first day of the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival in NY, September 2010 will feature the following “Don’t Look Back” performances:
We can only hope (with apologies to Motorbooty) that the concession stands at Kutsher’s next year will be offering commemorative fare for this event. Prepare to dig in to such delicacies as Strawberry Shake Appeal, Set It on Fire Flamin’ Hot Chili, Superfudge Bigmuffins, and Sleep’s Holy Mountain Oysters.
No Age was asked to perform with one of their heroes, Bob Mould of Husker Du, at this years ATP at Kutsher’s Country Club in Monticello, NY. Pitchfork TV just put up a fantastic 3 part series that encompasses their entire journey from the drive up, to meeting Jim Jarmusch in the lobby (who is a fan…whoa!!!!), their performance as No DU (No Age/Husker Du and Randy performing a cover of Cortez the Killer with Bradford Cox of Deerhunter and Jim Jarmusch in a hotel room. Check out all the fun and games here
Photos borrowed from Ryan Muir.
Our very close, personal friends in Obits will be appearing on NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon television show this Thursday, November 19th! And, what’s more, the code OBT at http://www.fallonbandbench.com/ can win you a seat on the “band bench” to watch their performance. The celebrity guests for this episode (in addition to the Obits dudes, we mean) will be: Taylor Lautner (from those sexy Dracula teenager movies) and also Katey Sagal (who, among a great many other things, performed the voice of Leela on Futurama).
Obits will, we are really crossing our fingers, perform one of the many peppy numbers on their 2009 debut album, I Blame You.
You should really watch!
That was just yesterday, so I hope you remember. Yesterday was officially the cutoff for getting two bucks off the CD/LP. But you can still get Nirvana’s debut, Bleach, on 180 gram, white-vinyl, with digital download code. Or if you prefer, compact disc (both versions come with an amazing live recording from 1990). Nothing marks the day where you were all like, “I can’t believe it’s been 20 years already”, better than a reissue. Pick yours up here.