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Habitat By Sharon L. Butler
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2010 // HABITAT recounts my experience working in a 4' x 5' studio shack in the summer of 2008. The shack was part of Habitat for Artists, an artists' community built by Simon Draper on the grounds... More > of Spire Studios in Beacon, New York. The book includes an essay and full-color images of paintings created during this unorthodox artists' residency. HABITAT is the second ink-on-paper publishing project produced by Two Coats of Paint. All sales help support the blog. Designed by Sofia Nicander, edited by Jonathan Stevenson, with an introduction by Simon Draper.< Less
The Virgin Discography: the 1970s By Mark Jones
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The Virgin label began with an eclectic and esoteric mix of left-field artists, including Mike Oldfield, Gong, Faust, Tangerine Dream and Henry Cow. Many of the resulting LPs are now considered to be... More > important cultural reference points – is there anyone who hasn't heard of Tubular Bells? In 1977 Virgin signed the Sex Pistols. A horde of punk and new wave bands followed, such as XTC, Magazine, The Ruts and - as the Sex Pistols imploded – PIL. Following this, the iconic Front Line label was responsible for some of the best reggae ever heard, from artists such as U-Roy, Tapper Zukie, I-Roy, Keith Hudson, The Gladiators, Culture and the Twinkle Brothers. This book covers the ‘classic’ years and is an absolute must for anyone with half an ear open – let’s face it, during the 1970s Virgin defined the nation’s – if not the world’s – musical taste. All known releases on Virgin and related labels are documented here – from Tubular Bells to numerous forgotten gems that deserve much greater recognition.< Less