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No Age releases new single, “Collage Culture”

on April 03, 2012, 9:58am

no age collage culture No Age releases new single, Collage Culture

Los Angeles noise rock duo No Age are back with a brand new single, entitled “Collage Culture”, as The NJ Underground points out. Only, this isn’t your ordinary single.

According to the band’s imprint Post Present Medium, “Collage Culture” consists of “two different recorded experiences on either channel. On the right side of your speaker system you will hear excerpts of an essay by Aaron Rose titled The Death of Subculture and Mandy Kahn’s Living in the Mess (written for the book COLLAGE CULTURE: Examining the 21st Centuries Identity Crisis) read by various personalities. On the left channel you will hear two pieces of instrumental music written by No Age. Split the channels, or separate them for a different experience.”

The single is limited to just 1,000 copies, with 900 available on black vinyl and 50 available on opaque purple vinyl. Each vinyl comes packaged in a silk screen plastic cover, which was designed by Brian Roettinger. Order your copy now at Post Present Medium.

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