Post-Punk. Underground. New York. 1976-1980.
Authors: Thurston Moore, Byron Coley, Introduction by Lydia Lunch
Imprint: Abrams Image
Availability: Out of Stock
Publishing Date: 6/1/2008
Trim Size: 10 x 8
Page Count: 144
Illustrations: 150 BW Photos
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About the book
No Wave is the first book to visually chronicle the collision of art and punk in the New York underground of 1976 to 1980. This in depth look at punk rock, new wave, experimental music, and the avant-garde art movement of the 70s and 80s focuses on the true architects of No Wave from James Chance to Lydia Lunch to Glenn Branca, as well as the luminaries that intersected the scene, such as David Byrne, Debbie Harry, Brian Eno, Iggy Pop, and Richard Hell.
This rarely documented scene was the creative stomping ground of young artists and filmmakers from Jean-Michel Basquiat to Jim Jarmusch as well as the musical genesis for the post-punk explosions of Sonic Youth and is here revealed for a new generation of fans and collectors.
Thurston Moore and Byron Coley have selected 150 unforgettable images, most of which have never been published previously, and compiled hundreds of hours of personal interviews to create an oral history of the movement, providing a never-seen-before exploration and celebration of No Wave.
About the author
Thurston Moore is one of the founding members of the iconic band Sonic Youth and the author of Mix Tape.
Byron Coley is an esteemed music writer and editor, who has contributed to numerous publications, including Forced Exposure and Spin.