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Nick Zinner
Musician, composer, photographer. Nick Zinner plays guitar in the three-time Grammy-nominated band Yeah Yeah Yeahs. He has collaborated and/or performed with Bright Eyes, Santigold, TV On The Radio, Arcade Fire, Damon Albarn, Ronnie Spector, Paul McCartney, Africa Express, Amadou and Miriam, and more. Nick wrote "41 Strings", an orchestral piece performed in both New York and Sydney, which recently featured as the theme song for HBO's series VICE. He was musical co-director and performer in Karen O's 'psycho opera' Stop The Virgens, and has composed for film soundtracks, including "Where The Wild Things Are" whose title song "All is Love" was nominated for a Grammy Award and a Golden Globe. He has published four books of photography, most recently "Please Take Me Off The Guest List" and his photos have appeared in The New York Times, Vice, Rolling Stone and more, and have been exhibited all over the world.

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In Praise of Moogfest

(0) Comments | Posted May 9, 2014 | 3:04 PM

The more I perform at music festivals, the more I'm baffled by what might compel a person to attend one. The blazing heat of the mid-afternoon sun over an open field, the less-than-favorable hygiene conditions -- to say nothing of the cavernous stages, which showcase headlining acts and dwarf smaller...

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