No-Treating People Like They Don't Exist 12" (2015)

Country: United Kingdom
Genre: Hardcore, Punk, Noise Rock
Label: La Vida Es Un Mus Records
Tracks: 8
Length: 12.0'

No is a four piece band from London, United Kingdom who formed in 2011.  No play a raw, primitive, and ugly sounding style of music that incorporates elements of hardcore, punk, and noise rock within their sound.  No's sound can be said to be blown-out, dirty, and visceral in nature.  Musically, No can be loosely compared to bands such as Brown Sugar, early Cult Ritual, The Lowest Form, and other like-minded bands.  Since their inception in 2011, No have released a seven song EP titled Growing Up Together in 2011, a self-titled eight song LP in 2012, and a seven song LP titled Great Space in 2013.  Treating People Like They Don't Exist is No's latest and most likely last 12".  Treating People Like The Don't Exist features eight new tracks of nihilistic, blown-out, dirty, and visceral as fuck sounding hardcore, punk, and noise rock.  Overall, Treating People Like They Don't Exist is a killer 12" and should not be missed.  Highly recommended!  Enjoy.  I also included the rest of the band's discography for you to check out as well.  Special props to Sophie's Floorboard   for the rest of No's discography.  Sophie's Floorboard is another amazing blog that you need to check out if you haven't already done so.  Treating People Like They Don't Exist was released via La Vida Es Un Mus records on April 25th, 2015. 

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No-Great Space 12" (2013)
No-S/T LP (2012)
No-Growing Up Together EP (2011)

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