• ‘The Velvet Underground' Review: And Me, I'm in a Rock 'n' Roll Band

    7 days ago - By NY Times

    Todd Haynes's documentary paints a jagged, revelatory portrait of the New York avant-garde scene of the 1960s.
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  • Todd Haynes' Velvet Underground Documentary Is A Vivid Portrait Of A Transformative Band

    Todd Haynes' Velvet Underground Documentary Is A Vivid Portrait Of A Transformative Band

    8 days ago - By Stereogum

    When the Velvet Underground performed around New York in the 1960s, they weren't the most popular band. “They had this off-putting aura, you know? Yikes, they were scary,” says Martha Morrison, guitarist Sterling Morrison's wife, as she remembers one of their concerts at Cafe Bizarre for Todd Haynes' new documentary, The Velvet Underground. Then, actress Mary Woronov's jaw drops as she remembers the night that they came to Andy Warhol's Factory in all black attire and performed “Heroin” early on in their career. The screen flashes from a stop motion concert footage montage to a dimly lit...
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