Sleater-Kinney: Punkers reunited, with many more eyes and ears to entertain
And in Jungle Fever, we wanted to use It Was a Very Good Year, Hello Young Lovers and another song, and he wasnt going to give them to me. I had to beg his daughter, Tina Sinatra, who does all this music stuff, to beg forgiveness. And then Frank Sinatra let us use those three songs. He was pissed his picture got burned in Do the Right Thing.
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Whether using recording tape (Sting), salt (Grandmaster Flash), paper cones (Jimi Hendrix), push pins (John Lennon) and most recently, torn paper (the rapper T.I.), Wright playfully adopts both analog and digital methods to draw arresting pictures that are both provocative and insightful. Wright began his career as a commercial illustrator. His innovative, experimental images, in a variety of mediums and using new developments in technology attracted a whos who of cutting edge music and fashion idols to his studio. In over 30 years, his work has remained freshcool, sophisticated, but simple and just hip enough to be featured on record sleeves and in indie music and design magazines as well The New Yorker, New Scientist and The Guardian.
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When the Medium Is the Message: Illustrator Ian Wright Uses Torn Paper Collage to Create Unique Images of Three Philadelphians
By contrast, Sleater-Kinney – which kicks off a U.S. tour next month that comes Feb. 28 to a sold-out Union Transfer in Philadelphia – was three supremely confident women. They emerged from the Evergreen College music scene in Olympia, Wash., the same one that spawned riot-grrrl inventors Bikini Kill, feminist record label Kill Rock Stars, and, more recently, Macklemore. Then, as now, Sleater-Kinney musicians were never reticent or apologetic about anything.
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