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  1. New York No Wave band, only togther for one year (1977-1978). Their only release is the "Not Bite/We're Not Crazy" 7" single that was planned for…

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  3. Don King refers to either the Country-Western solo artist or the post-No Wave group.

    1.) Donald Alan (Don) King (b. May 4, 1954, in Fremont,…

  4. Pulsallama was an all female band based in New York City from 1980-1984. They were very much a part of of the thriving downtown/East Village scene…

  5. Performer and writer Jill Kroesen has not only participated in a number of rock bands and avant-garde productions, but has also produced original…

  6. "Formed in the East Village in 1980 by Georgia-born/New Orleans-raised painter-turned-singer Parker DuLany with Texan guitarist Phil Gammage and…

  7. Von Lmo (pronounced Von Elmo by terrestrial lips) is dedicated to punk/metal rock from outer space. Born in the black light dimension, Von Lmo has…

  8. Policeband was a one-man act - the man being Boris, a New York City kid and a classically trained musician who picked up on performance art while…

  9. Judy Nylon is an American artist who moved to London in the very early 1970s. She was half of the punk act called Snatch, which also featured…

  10. World Domination Enterprises were an English post-punk band, who were active in the 1980s. The band mixed elements of industrial music, funk and…

  11. Circle X are a No Wave/art-rock band that began in the late 70s in Louisville, KY. They formed out of the two punk bands The I-Holes and No Fun,…

  12. Pink Section were a San Francisco, CA-based art punk band that existed from 1979 to 1980.

  13. The Static were a late 70s New York-based post-punk / no wave band that included Theoretical Girls guitarist Glenn Branca, as well as Barbara Ess…

  14. The Scissor Girls were a noise-rock, experimental, no wave, punk trio from Chicago, Illinois. The idea to form the group was conceived during the…

  15. Diagram Brothers (Manchester, '79-'82) were a high-concept post-punk group made up of four arty science students who devised strict constricts…

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  17. INFLATABLE BOY CLAMS ARE (WERE):

    Carol Detweiler - bass, drums, organ, vocals

    JoJo Planteen - bass, vocals

    Judy Gittelsohn - organ, slide guitar,…

  18. Beirut Slump was Lydia Lunch's side project while she was in Teenage Jesus & The Jerks. Other members include underground filmmaker Vivienne Dick,…

  19. One of the most forgotten bands of the late-'70s New York punk and new wave scene, Come On recorded the self-released single "A Kitchen in the…

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