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Nobody Waved Goodbye: Bands At Artists Space

Report by Roy Trakin, New York Rocker, July 1978

"He's in love with a rock 'n'roll world..." — 'Janie Jones', The Clash ...

Contortions, Teenage Jesus And The Jerks, Mars, D.N.A.: No New York (Antilles AN 7067 — US import).

Review by Ian Birch, Melody Maker, 11 November 1978

Manhattan cocktail ...

The Contortions, Teenage Jesus & the Jerks, Mars, D.N.A.: No New York (Antilles AN 7067)****

Review by Dave McCullough, Sounds, 2 December 1978

Terminal weirdness... ...

Various Artists: No New York (Antilles Import)

Review by Ian Penman, New Musical Express, 16 December 1978

I WAS wearing headphones. My teeth were aching again, and the lump behind my left ear was still as bad as ever. All 16 of ...

Various Artists: No New York (Antilles)

Review by Roy Trakin, New York Rocker, January 1979

GETTING TO NO YOU: NO NEW YORK ON RECORD ...

No New York

Report and Interview by Peter Silverton, Sounds, 17 February 1979

PETE SILVERTON meets the second generation of New York new wave bands... TEENAGE JESUS AND THE JERKS, THE CONTORTIONS, DNA and other assorted weirdos ...

Various Artists: No New York (Antilles)

Review by Richard C. Walls, Creem, April 1979

WELCOME TO the unwave. I haven't heard so much ferociously avant-garde and aggressively ugly music since Albert Ayler puked all over my brain back in ...

Sons and Daughters of No New York: DNA

Interview by Roy Trakin, New York Rocker, October 1980

THE MOST exciting aspect of the No New York album was the clean break it made, once and for all, with '60s rock. While the ...

see also Pere Ubu

see also Lounge Lizards, The

see also Arto Lindsay

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