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When the band thought the drumming was too conventional, Holman made noises by dropping metal ball bearings on the drum or pulling masking tape off the drum head, with a microphone set up close. Their experimental music found a following in the avant-garde audience of a few downtown clubs. A fan remembered that they played often, “usually at the most obscure and unattended clubs in town. ”19 Jean-Michel also did all the posters for the band. One of the early public performances was in December 1979 at A’s, a loft on Broome Street sometimes used as an art and music performance space.
2 When Jean-Michel arrived in Manhattan in the late 1970s the economy was in a slowdown and New York City damaged by a major fiscal crisis. ” On the Lower East Side there were many run-down inexpensive apartments and lots of boarded up buildings. Heroin addicts used them as “shooting galleries,” and rats and roaches were rampant. Many of these properties would remain empty or be consumed by fire, until the economy — and the rents, picked up a few years into the 1980s. Sometimes Jean-Michel and Al Diaz, still collaborating on the SAMO© graffiti, would sleep in an abandoned building on the Lower East Side.
7. Steve Hager, Art after Midnight: The East Village Scene (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1986), p. 39. 8. Robert Farris Thompson, “Royalty, Heroism, and the Streets,” p. 29. 9. Franklin Sirmans, “Chronology,” in Marshall, Jean-Michel Basquiat, p. 233. 10. ) USA, 2006. Distributed by Arthouse Films. 11. Sirmans, “Chronology,” p. 233. 12. Steve Hager, Art after Midnight, p. 39. 13. Lisa J. html. 14. Haden-Guest, True Colors, p. 127. 15. Davis, A Conversation. 16. , Basquiat 1981, p. 90. 17. Davis, A Conversation.