No Age's Dean Spunt: There's Things That Aren't Perfect, And They Can Be Really Beautiful

No Age returns to Phoenix tomorrow night in support of the band's third full length album, An Object (fourth if you count compilation album Weirdo Rippers.) The band is all about reinvention, whether it's singer/drummer Dean Spunt learning how to play his drums while recording the band's first material, or Spunt pairing up with guitarist Randy Randall to hand package the first 10,000 copies of the new record.

"I wanted to see on a larger scale if a DIY print shop or manufacturing rig could sustain itself for a large label like Subpop," says Spunt.

We recently caught up with Dean Spunt to discuss An Object, unconventional drumming, and the Weirdo Rippers mural on The Smell in downtown Los Angeles.

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