Amy Haben

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MY WEEKEND WITH DANNY FIELDS, COVERING BRENDAN TOLLER’S ‘DANNY SAYS!’ (SCREEN ANARCHY)

Music on Film is a new podcast that discusses as many aspects of audiovisual marriage as possible. Guests might include a film composer, a director with a propensity for visionary soundtracks, a musician who is featured in a film, or in the case of today’s premiere episode, the subject of a music documentary. ...

I LEARNED EVERYTHING I KNOW ABOUT SEX FROM LYDIA LUNCH!

With her pale skin and perfectly messy black mop of hair, Lydia was always the goth beauty, with a sailor's mouth, and a revolutionary's brain. The femme fatale of outsider films, music and poetry in pointy toe black patent boots. Her part in the Richard Kern film, "Fingered" was especially outrageous. Never shy, Lunch willingly participates in explicit sex scenes. The film was based on 16 year old Lydia and Marty Nation's violent hitchhiking adventures which would usually end with Marty's knife slashing the interior of their ride....
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TRAILER FOR THE NEW NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS MOVIE!

It's been a devastating year for Nick Cave after son Arthur fell from a 60ft cliff and died during a bad acid trip in July of 2015. Fans were worried about him, yet instinctively knew if he pulled through he would transform his suffering into beautiful music. Not only has he done that with new album Skeleton Tree, but you can preview the new songs by purchasing tickets to his new movie One More Time With Feeling. ...
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PUNK’S NOT DEAD: LEGS MCNEIL AND GILLIAN MCCAIN AND ‘PLEASE KILL ME!’ (L.A. TIMES)

They came not to bury punk but to praise it. 20 years ago, Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain published “Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk” with Grove Press. The format was ingenious — no single person could lay claim to know the whole of the sprawling, anarchically creative, drug-riddled scene. ...

THIS CHARMING MAN: BRYAN FERRY PLAYS THE BEACON THEATRE!

Bryan Ferry was working as a part-time furniture restorer and ceramics teacher when he met art school graduate Brian Eno in 1970. At the time, the fledgling musicians had no idea the success their partnership would create. Eno and Ferry, along with Roxy Music founding member Andy Mackay, would combine their art school backgrounds and interest in avant-garde music to create an irresistible sound and enduring style....
Amy Haben

Amy Haben

Growing up in the wild So Cal punk scene formed Amy's aesthetic and broadened her horizons. At the age of 23, she hit NYC nightlife, working at music venues, bartending, and writing about all of her adventures along the way. Amy is currently creative director of an East Village rock & roll club, DJ, and contributor for PKM