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Old Age

Old Age Release Wildlife 2.20.2014

What has 8 legs, weighs half a ton and sings like John Lennon? Old Age, and they’re releasing their first full- length album, Wildlife this Thursday February 20th at Mississippi Studios.

This is a big deal for those in the know. Considering the explosion of growth Old Age has shown in both their songwriting and live performances throughout the releases of The Whale EP (2011), Ancestors (2012), and The Rain Won’t Ever Come (2013), a first full length recording is certain to blow minds. The album’s nine tracks were recorded, mixed and mastered by Adam Harney at Deep Search and Flora Studios.

The boys were rad enough to share exclusively with The Deli track 8 off of Wildlife, ‘My Prerogative.' This is a tune I have had the pleasure of enjoying live somewhere in the double digits, but the recording is on another level. Take a listen for yourself.


Sharing the stage with Old Age Thursday night are the tremendously talented Nick Delffs (of The Shaky Hands, Death Songs and Tiburones) and Paulo Zappoli. I'll see you there. 

-Travis Leipzig



Old Age, Tiburones and the Builders and the Butchers at Doug Fir 1.10

Doug Fir will be different this Friday night. You'll be stepping deep down below for sound heaven. Tiburones and Old Age are opening for the Builders and the Butchers, delivering sensory excursions one after another. Tiburones will give you all that is charmingly unbalanced, thriving folk music with a dust of a dangerous underground. This is perfect music to play while faking your own death and hosting a wild summer picnic simultaneously. Initially being Luz Elena Mendoza of Y La Bamba and Nick Delffs of the Shaky Hands and Death Songs, the collection and creation has grown to an amazing 5-piece destined to expand your sound experience. Old Age, another intimate Portland secret, imply mental torture with the mention of endless local weather and heartfelt vocals. Meet the soundtrack to your new year. - Colette Pomerleau

Old Age, Genders and And And And at Doug Fir 8.17

You’ve heard of the perfect storm, when your palms sweat and stomach burns, the very whisper of musical excitement makes your innards churn. This coming Saturday at the Doug Fir the storm clouds are gathering for one hellacious show, featuring a lineup of bands you’ll want to know if you don’t already. Old Age, Genders, and And And And will be taking the stage in what could very well be a rock n’ roll hailstorm of fire and brimstone. All fancy language and descriptions aside, all three of these bands simply rock in the true sense of the word. The raw energy of each, the sheer electricity will be more than enough to have anyone riding the lightning. This is a triumphant trio of bands you won’t want to miss! - Cory Huennekens


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