Musician / Composer

Randy Randall is a Grammy-nominated Sub Pop recording artist and multi-instrumentalist in the two- person experimental punk group No Age.

In addition to sharing the stage with acts such as Foo Fighters, Pixies, Sonic Youth and Pavement, Randall has collaborated with renowned art luminaries and institutions including MOCA, MOMA, ICA in London, Rodarte, Doug Aitken, Hedi Slimane and more. These artist collaborations include scoring and composing for film and television. Randall has also contributed songs and scoring for Nickelodeon, Levi's and HBO’s Emmy Award-winning series Girls. For over 10 years, Randall’s groundbreaking role in the LA music scene has been featured by Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, New York Times, LA Times, PitchforkSpinGQ, Dazed & Confused, Vice's NoisyNowness, among other top publications.

Randall is most known for his signature dream-pop atmospheric soundscapes and creative use of multilayered guitar effect manipulation, drawing inspiration from visionaries such as Brian Eno, Captain Beefheart and Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine. 

Curating for MOCAtv, experimental punk band No Age's Randy Randall traces an unlikely lineage for making music: Richard Sera's site-specific Tilted Arc, which dictated movement between the World Trade Towers and So-Cal bassist Mike Watt's homage to Walt Whitman. If "being a punk is about questioning things," why would you only learn it from musicians?