LA experimental lo-fi drum-and-guitar duo Zero Age group are Dean Spunt and Randy Randall, ex-members of hardcore music group Wives. Through assorted indie brands, No Age group released limited works of vinyl-only EPs before collecting a lot of those songs for the singles collection Weirdo Rippers, released by U.K. label FatCat in summer time 2007. The record’s cover will pay respect towards the Smell, a location/artwork space they experienced was partially in charge of the livelihood of both No Age group and Wives. The duo can be known because of its video clips, performance artwork, and visual artwork, in addition to curating an exhibition that included functions by Devendra Banhart among others. The music group relocated to Sub Play 2008 and released its full-fledged debut recording, Nouns. Partly documented at Southern Studios in London, Nouns noticed the music group put in a pop taste to its hardcore punk assault and was broadly critically acclaimed, charting extremely on many best-of-year lists. The group’s sophomore work, Everything among, followed this year 2010, and among albums and trips they remained occupied with other artwork tasks, including a overall performance alongside video designer Doug Aitken and celebrity Chloë Sevigny from the media installation piece Dark Mirror around the Greek isle of Hydra in June 2011. In 2013 they documented their third recording, An Object, a conceptual are much about the procedure and structure of music-making as in regards to the music itself, with each and every aspect of creation and design taken care of with the bandmembers themselves.