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New York Music History print: Street sounds (1967 - 1997): A journey through punk pioneers, no wave, New York hardcore, thrash & the golden age of hip hop
Each print is signed and numbered.
How much do you know about New York music history?
This unique and carefully crafted print maps out the colossal history and legacy of the New York music scene from 1967 to 1997 – from TheVelvet Underground'sdebut album to The Notorious B.I.G.'s unfortunate death in 1997.
The print features more than 200 names associated with the New York music scene across more than 10 genres like proto-punk, punk, no wave, experimental, New York hardcore, thrash metal and hip hop.
It features a clever design that allows the viewer to join dots and quickly discover more details about artists, key events, record labels, influential records, venues (e.g. Max's Kansas City, CBGB, Mudd Club, A7) and more.
The New York music history artwork celebrates local legends, underground heroes and some of the most influential names in music history.
From The Velvet Underground, Television and Ramones to experimentalists like Swans, Teenage Jesus & The Jerks and Sonic Youth; from the holy trinity of hip hop toNew York Hardcore pioneers like Agnostic Front and Cro-Mags; fromEast Coast troopers like Public Enemy and Beastie Boys to avantists like Glenn Branca and Laurie Anderson; andfrom thrash metal commanders like Anthrax and Nuclear Assault to local heroes like The Notorious B.I.G. and NAS.
This print is the result of several months of research and passion for one of the most prolific and influential scenes in music history.
Preserve, discover and celebrate one of the most important periods in New York music history with a a unique piece of artwork.
Each print is signed, numbered and carefully hand packed securely in a postal tube for safe delivery worldwide.