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Legendary No Wave Performer Lydia Lunch Returns to New York with So Real It Hurts at the Howl! Happening Gallery, May 8 to June 5

Christopher Lee Nutter | Posted 05.05.2016 | Arts
Christopher Lee Nutter

Since 1977 Lydia Lunch has been offending sensibilities with her relentless and unfiltered challenges to sex, gender, politics, religion, war, technology, consumerism, the arts, the media .... you name it, no institution has been spared.

James Chance: A Super Bad Fellow With Swagger

Marcel Hidalgo | Posted 07.02.2014 | Arts
Marcel Hidalgo

You won't ever find James Chance out of his suit, neckwear or pompadour. And what may read a bit antsy on the outside is the opposite on the inside, for James is focused within the realm of his radical energy.

A Soulful Music Man: An Interview With Tomás Doncker

Marcel Hidalgo | Posted 06.01.2014 | Entertainment
Marcel Hidalgo

If you ask him where home is: He most likely will say: "Anywhere from Brooklyn to Ethiopia and everywhere in-between. I'm a citizen of the planet."

Interview With Musician Martin Rev of "Suicide"

Network Awesome | Posted 01.18.2012 | Arts
Network Awesome

Network Awesome caught up with Martin Rev, a fixture of New York's "No Wave" scene in the 80's, in the lobby of an East Berlin hotel.

Bush Tetras, Live and Well

Jelena Darling | Posted 08.13.2011 | Arts
Jelena Darling

When I saw Bush Tetras they walked with the purpose that accompanies the anticipation of seeing an old friend. Then, downstairs in the music hall, a middle-aged man adjusted the rice hat on his head and opened the door for us.

Ken Stringfellow Masters the Disciplines of Rocking Out

Tony Sachs | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Tony Sachs

With an absolutely ferocious, borderline-insane live show that's been talked about all over Europe for the last couple of years, the Disciplines are no longer a side project. They're a real band.

Starz Film Fest Insider's Guide: Blank City

Erin Barnes | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Erin Barnes

Blank City is a documentary about no-wave, cinema of transgression, and the druggy poverty-stricken artistic incubator that was the East Village in the late '70s and early '80s.

Artlog's Top Weekly Picks

Artlog | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York

The rush of gallery openings is giving way to the second wave: fall's major art fairs, benefits, and museum shows.