Listening To And Reading NYC’s Underground Music Scene Of The 1970s

Listening To And Reading NYC’s Underground Music Scene Of The 1970s
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Will Hermes, author of a history of the city's punk rock, hip-hop, disco, salsa, and loft jazz culture, blends music and story together via Soundcloud.

Liz Walsh
  • 23 november 2011

Will Hermes has resurrected the underground music scene and culture of the 1970s in his new book, Love Goes to Buildings on Fire. The senior critic for Rolling Stone Magazine and contributor to NPR‘s ‘All Things Considered‘ has approached the release in an innovative way: uploading Soundcloud clips to stimulate curiosity by blending music from the era and highlights from the book.

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