2010 was a busy year for the NoMen. It was the first time in their 7 year existence that they had settled down to a stable line up of two guitars, bass and drums and they were on a roll! The album ‘Psycho Deli’ defined their future direction. It was a mix of cover versions and original compositions blending sixties psyche with krautrock and japanese noise blended into a post-punk melting pot with extra chilli sauce!
As soon as the album was finished they launched into what would become the ‘Rubber Room’ album and for this collection the NoMen were more into writing their own material and even the cover versions by Screaming Lord Sutch, Chris Spedding, Alan Vega, Rolling Stones and the Stringalongs were deconstructed and remodelled in a NoMan style.
The album was given a low key release and gained considerable radio play, most notably on the excellent Mike Bradshaw Daily Show on Brighton’s Totally Radio. Now we are presenting the album in a remixed and remastered version and it is available FREE from the NoMen page on Band Camp.