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Five Stages of Prince Fandom

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You don’t need to know him personally, you say. You get the best of Prince through his music. Maybe that’s the truth, and maybe it isn’t.

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This Week in Posivibes: The Female Rock Memoir

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In a piece on the explosion of female-written music memoir, Guardian writer Jude Rogers explores what it means for there to be a redress of the idea of rock being historically told through the lens of the male figure. Beginning with Slits guitarist Viv Albertine’s book Clothes Clothes Clothes Music Music Music Boys Boys Boys, […]

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Grace Jones Tells Everybody

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We’ve been looking forward to Grace Jones’s memoir, I’ll Never Write My Memoirs, since it was confirmed early this year, and the quotes leaking on the Internet (via Dazed Digital, among others) haven’t disappointed. As far as we can tell, she eloquently calls out the mainstream music industry’s claim to “outsider” or “innovator” status like the sage she […]

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Grace Jones Memoir Actually Happening

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The performer’s been playing with us for ages with the promise of a memoir, to the extent that she was even calling the seemingly infinitely delayed book I’ll Never Write My Memoirs—okay, Jones claimed the title came from the first line of “Art Groupie,” but the tease was there too. Despite the title, Jones has […]

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The Rumpus Interview with Pussy Noir

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Jason Barnes talks about performing burlesque, genderfuck fashion, naked contortionists, and “being above gender” as his alter ego Pussy Noir.

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