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The Velvet Underground
Velvet Underground Singer Nico Getting Biopic
It’ll focus on the last years of her short life.
For Better or Worse, Lou Reed Was Always Lou Reed
For better or worse, Lou Reed was always Lou Reed: a self-sabotaging, widely disliked man who gave voice to the unwanted and despised.
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Listen to This — I Don’t Think You’ll Regret It
Brian Eno covers the Velvet Underground’s “I’m Set Free.”
Tony Conrad, Seminal Musician/Filmmaker, Dies
Conrad helped name the iconic art rock band the Velvet Underground.
year in culture 2015
The 10 Best Album Reissues of 2015
Tribe, VU, the Isleys — gang’s all here.
Macaulay Culkin’s Pizza Underground Origin Story
“Mack said, ‘I want in if you need an extra member. And the rest is history.’”
10 Great Lesser-Known Lou Reed Songs
No “Perfect Day” or “Walk on the Wild Side” on this list.
Rosen Remembers Lou Reed, a Pop Star for Adults
Reed believed that a rock lyric could accommodate ideas as grand and meaty as literature.
Sniping About Lou Reed With John Cale, Experimental Rock’s Eternal Almost-Star
41 minutes with the vanguard composer and former Velvet before an orchestra-backed nostalgia-tour stop at BAM.
What Non-Comedy Songs Make You Laugh?
A few days ago, I was listening to “O’Malley’s Bar” by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds on the subway, and when Cave sang, “I shot Richard Holmes in […]
The Velvet Underground Sues Warhol Foundation Over Banana Image
Run, Run, Run to court.
Brand-new Velvet Underground Song! We Bet You Never Thought You’d Read That on a Blog!
Plus: LCD Soundsystem!