"We are sons of Yo la Tengo."
It could be the beginning and end of the
text if not worth exploring so frankly.
Most artists prefer not to openly take their
references or simply say that are varied,
without the name.
Are choices. There are others still who
assure us not be influenced by "nobody
in particular", overwhelming at the
forefront and / or reducing into insignificance.
For The Boys Age would not need to say anything
though suits them, taking into account the
zeal and dedication of their parents.
It's up to you to choose the wardrobe, they
needed to cross the Pacific and the coast
to coast to till Hoboken. There are a trio
as could be expected. Maybe they have not
yet found the bass over 90 pounds looking.
Kaznary Mutow (composition, voice and guitar)
and Takamasa Kobayashi (drums and backing
vocals), founded the The Boys Age in Saitama,
on a sunny autumn afternoon. The year was
2010, the country was still without the
scars of the tragedy of Tohoku, the following
The genetic code they inherited from their
parents shed more pop and not so much the
pedals connected to the mains, pairing themes
format song with others, instrumental, pointing
to the sky. Then there is the imprint of
Japan: things we can not explain but which
also touch us because there are also included.
We Westerners. We, the Portuguese.
Is this the tightrope
where they balance so well the Japanese,
moving the The Boys Age are such a fantasy,
regardless of musical styles and art forms,
they seem to be reserved exclusively and
For lovers of Deerhunter,
Galaxie 500, Pavement, Cocteau Twins, My
Bloody Valentine, Sparklehorse, Neutral
Milk Hotel, Velvet Underground (aren't we
all?) or Flaming Lips.
Arigatou, we say to dream
in Cabo da Roca.