From our dear friends at The Thing Quarterly (we’ll be there!):
NO AGE IS TAKING OVER THE THING ON 4/26
RE-IMAGINED AN OBJECT
We are extremely excited to welcome experimental punk band, No Age, to THE THING for our next installment of The Bookshelf Collection Series. The two-piece will be making the trek up from LA to show ephemera from the making of their newest album, An Object, which was designed, printed, and manufactured by the band and their collaborator Brian Roettinger. It’s kind of like a punk rock version of a THING issue.
Also unbearably exciting: The band is re-imagining both the music and packaging of An Object right here in THE THING’s Tenderloin space. They’ll be performing and recording the album for a live audience and then turning our space into a temporary production studio. It’s an inside look at album production from start to finish. Here’s how you can take part:
OPEN production studio: saturday april 26th, 11am-6pm
THE THING office will be temporarily transformed into No Age’s production studio. The band will be making cassette tapes of the previous night’s performance – from dubbing to packaging. Tapes will be available to visitors as they are completed throughout the day. Stop by, meet the band, help assemble some tapes, and buy your own.
- Free and open to the public
- Location: THE THING Quarterly: 447 O’Farrell St. SF, CA 94102
- Date/Time: Saturday, April 26th, 11AM - 6PM
- Coffee provided by Ritual Roasters