Reading Room – No Wave by Thurston Moore / Byron Coley

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By all accounts, New York in the late 70s-early 80s was probably one of the least safest places in the world for one to be in. Gang wars and general sense of unease/danger that threatened to tear the city apart, yet it also led to lower prices on lofts and studios, which allowed artists of all kinds to move into the city.

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