RECORDING ON A 1905 PHONOGRAPH

 In November of 2018, ExactlyNo visited Vintage Music Company in Minneapolis to record a stripped down version of "Black Friday" on a 1905 Edison wax cylinder phonograph.  Owner Scott Holthus operates the century-old machine and shares his thoughts about the technology.

Lights, audio, and camera: Kirk Anderson - KOA Productions Special thanks to Scott Holthus and Vintage Music Company - www.vintagemusiccompany.com 

Nick Larsen: Drummer

In this video, ExactlyNo drummer Nick talks about his history, influences, gear, and the wisdom he's gained through decades of drumming.  Nick is a true professional and a passionate musician. Since high school, he's been pounding out beats in the Minneapolis scene and beyond. 

 By Ted Anderson  © ExactlyNo 2018 

TOO LOUD | Shot By 7-year-old Veda

Our biggest/smallest fan, Veda, asked if she could make a video for the band.  How do you say no to that?!  

Black Friday

"Black Friday" from our self-titled debut album.

DIRT

"Dirt" video featuring footage from the recording studio and a live performance.

CHICKA BOOM BOOM BOOM

Lyrics video of "Chicka Boom Boom Boom" featuring footage of ExactlyNo recording the song in the studio.