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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
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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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John Wisniewski: When did you begin writing, Joshua? Joshua Chaplinsky: Writing interested me from a young age, because I loved reading so much, but I was a lazy child, and most story ideas didn't get further than the inside of my skull. A few escaped to the page during high school and college, but I
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Interview by John Wisniewski John Wisniewski: What interested you about the story of the butthole surfers, Aaron.? Aaron Tanner: I’ve always loved music. But after hearing the Butthole Surfers for the first time, it permanently altered my perception of what music could be, and changed the course I took to pursue new bands ever since.
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