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Put Blood in the Music

Thurs, Sept 17, 2009
7 pm

X Initiative, 548 West 22nd Street

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This is a rare U.S. screening of Put Blood in the Music (1989), a documentary on the late 1980s downtown New York music scene, featuring early performances by Sonic Youth, John Zorn, Hugo Largo, and Ambitious Lovers and appearances by Dan Graham, Glenn Branca, Karen Finley and others. Experimental filmmaker, video artist, and director Charles Atlas will introduce his film.

This is a free event. No reservations. Space is limited; first-come, first-seated.

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