Monthly Archives: February, 2020

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Interview by Christine Thompson Late last year, Rachel released a searing testament to self-empowerment  "Gold," the first single off her upcoming EP, and today launches "Crazy House,"  a song that spins in a completely different musical direction. further showcasing a broad reach.   We speak with Rachel about the inspiration for the new EP, and the
Movies
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Interview by John Wisniewski John Wisniewski: When did you begin making films, Carey? Any favorite filmmakers and who do you like in music? Carey Burtt: i began making films when i was 14 in 1976 in New England. i won local awards. then went to NYU film school in the early eighties.  At that point
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Interview by John Wisniewski The Mudd Club was a nightclub in the TriBeCa area of New York City, USA, that operated from 1978 to 1983 as a venue for underground music and counterculture events. It was located at 77 White Street in downtown Manhattan and was opened by Steve Mass, art curator Diego Cortez and
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Interview by John Wisniewski John Wisniewski: Can we speak about the collection of essays called "Punk Is Modernity"? When did punk really begin? Richard Cabut: "Punk is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night is an anthology published by Zer0 Books, with contributions from some of punk’s most important commentators and participants including Jon Savage, Penny Rimbaud, Judy
Majors
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Special To AMFM Magazine By Jimmy Willden ILast year (2019) was an amazing year for film, in my humble opinion. Some really daring and creative stories told, in even more daring and creative ways. These movies also included some of my favorite film moments of the decade (the end of “Marriage Story”; the climax of
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John Wisniewski: When did you begin writing, Gila? Why did you wish to become a writer? Gila Green Gila Green: As soon as I could read, I wanted to write. I filled notebooks with poems in high school and went on to four years of write-on-demand in journalism school. Anything I've ever wanted to be
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Interview by John Wisniewski John Wisniewski: When did you begin writing, Duke? What was your first screenplay about? Duke Haney: Writing is something that, starting in the fourth or fifth grade, I did often and naturally, with no sense that I would ever attempt a career at it. I demonstrated a flair for visual art
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