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Raybeats, The

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Defunkt, the Raybeats, James Chance: Funky, Punky and Chic

Report and Interview by Roy Trakin, Melody Maker, 15 March 1980

The Raybeats and Joe Bowie's Defunkt are working on New York's newest fusion: a post-No Wave music in which James Chance's punk meets George Clinton's ...

Sons and Daughters of No New York: The Raybeats

Profile and Interview by Byron Coley, New York Rocker, October 1980

THE TRADITION of white instrumental rock in America is not a particularly strong one. Indeed, most of the young 'uns I know consider the white ...

Eight Eyed Spy: George Scott (1953-1980)

Obituary by Andy Schwartz, New York Rocker, 8 October 1980

ON AUGUST 6, N.Y. Rocker received the following press release from Bob Singerman, the booking agent and acting manager of Eight Eyed Spy: ...

The Raybeats: Taking Liberties from New York, Rainbow Theatre, London

Live Review by Paul Morley, New Musical Express, 28 February 1981

THE RAYBEATS, uniformed and partly choreographed, the second on. Greeted by a small crowd huddled at the front of the seatless stalls, they are brave, ...

Raybeats rock with a twist

Interview by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Globe, 16 October 1981

INSTRUMENTAL ROCK 'n' roll? ...

The Raybeats Go On

Interview by Julie Panebianco, Boston Rock, 21 January 1982

IT REMINDS you of a movie. Doris Day goes, by accident of course, probably after a fight with Rock Hudson, to a party. In the ...

The Raybeats, The Mosquitos: Irving Plaza, New York NY

Live Review by Jeff Tamarkin, Billboard, 16 March 1985

THE RAYBEATS have been a New York club favorite for about five years now, but it was obvious from the ovation for the openers that ...

see also 8-Eyed Spy

see also James Chance & the Contortions

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