Tag: new wave


  • Zazie dans le Métro by Raymond Queneau

    Zazie dans le Métro by Raymond Queneau

    Blame Joe Meno. I was going through a period of obsession with his work because I enjoyed The Boy Detective Fails so much. This happens when I find someone new whose work sparks something, a need for more. Hairstyles of the Damned came next. I read that in a few days, turning the pages until […]

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  • Benefactor by Romeo Void

    Benefactor by Romeo Void

    Let’s have it right: no other band sound, or made sounds like Romeo Void. It isn’t just the saxophone or the synths. Romeo Void had something else that set it apart from other songwriters and musicians – her name is Debora Iyall and her writing was fundamentally rooted in poetry, while her appearance was striking […]

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