An expert operation in the uncanny, No Home Record is a seismic, watershed moment in the singular career of one of the most trailblazing music, art and fashion icons of our time.
Produced by Justin Raisen (Angel Olsen, Yves Tumor, John Cale, Charli XCX, etc.), recorded at Sphere Ranch in Los Angeles, and borrowing its name from a Chantal Akerman film, No Home Record is, in many ways, a return as much as it is a departure. When Gordon first began playing music in the early 1980s, she used a guitar, a drum machine, and some lyrics sniped from magazine advertisement copy. No Home Record contains echoes of that setup, in both form and concept.
With a career spanning nearly four decades, Kim Gordon is one of the most prolific and visionary artists working today. A co-founder of the legendary Sonic Youth, Gordon has performed all over the world, collaborating with many of musics most exciting figures including Tony Conrad, Ikue Mori, Julie Cafritz and Stephen Malkmus. Most recently, Gordon has been hitting the road with Body/Head, her spellbinding partnership with artist and musician Bill Nace.