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No Hands


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The best kept secret in music


"Free For All EP Review"

"Wow! This little four-song EP is simply stunning. Every sentence shall end with an exclamation point! Seriously! Knife fight guitars, spastic blitz drumming and 11 minutes of the finest rock this dump has ever produced! Jeepers!"

- Vue Weekly

"Free For All EP Exclaim! Review"

"Formed by the remaining members of Assemblage Point, No Hands put together this EP. Assemblage Point (who fell apart after the death of their drummer) were heavily influenced by Jawbox, Sonic Youth and Nirvana, and you can expect these tracks to be wonderfully guitar-laden. Though it's sometimes hard to feel a band out in four songs, that theory doesn't hold in this case. No Hands has developed a sincere, razor sharp brand of rock n' roll. It is steeped in a moody darkness and pulsates erratically. It's a surprisingly stunning effort that regards creation as highly as it does noise, and this balance results in a damn good EP. (Roast,"

Liz Worth,
Exclaim: December 2004/ January 2005
- Exclaim! Monthly

"Roughing it in the Bush EP Review"

"...the sound has undergone a noticeable departure, a hypnotic pulse replacing the frenzied meter, and a more calculated foundation for the inevitable pandemonium to break loose upon."

- SEE Magazine


Enron Hubbard (full-length CD/LP)
-tentatively titled album is due summer 2007
on Roast Records.

Roughing it in the Bush CD/EP (2005)
-#1 on CJSR 88.5FM July 2005

Free For All 7" custom EP (2004)
-#57 on earshot! March 2005

No Hands are distributed by Sonic Unyon and Scratch Records.


Feeling a bit camera shy


This tightly wound cartel of dedicated loners has ploughed through death, drugs and depression for nearly a decade. A genuine passion for ballsy, nihilistic rock fires this resilient stew of hard-working veterans. Points of reference are the Gun Club, the Byrds, the Constantines, Captain Beefheart, the Hot Snakes and Bob Dylan. No Hands are rock sans bullshit... with a smidgen of bullshit for kicks.

Publicity: Ken Beattie,
Label: Roast Records,