Nico

Talking ‘Velvet Underground Experience’ and Tales of Lou Reed

Last modified December 4, 2018 at 11:40 am

The Velvet Underground’s first ever gig was at a high school in Summit, New Jersey, opening for 1960s garage band, The Myddle Class. Soon after the Velvets started their three-song set (and, yes, that included the song “Heroin”), most of the students walked out. Within one year, they had Andy Warhol as manager and were […]

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VECTOR Gallery on Clinton Celebrates 75 Years of Nico with ‘Time Doesn’t Move’

Posted October 16, 2013 at 9:10 am

JJ Brine sure is making a statement with his newish occult showroom on Clinton Street, VECTOR Gallery. Donning enough Satanic sundries and neon brightness to make the man downstairs proud, its mere presence on a gentrified restaurant row is practically punk rock in itself. If for nothing else, retail diversity. Yes, VECTOR Gallery has a […]

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