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Emerging from the flatlands of Brooklyn in 1983, The Scene Is Now are often inaccurately lumped in with the New York No-Wave scene of that era, despite producing what is probably best described as off-kilter pop or postmodern jug music.

As with many of the bands associated with No-Wave, they eschewed technicality. However, unlike many of their contemporaries, The Scene Is Now displayed a natural ear for melody and dream-like pop. They are perhaps best known (though the term is… read more

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