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The Culture Club

Craig Schuftan September 03, 2018

Why did Pete Townshend smash his guitar on the stage of the Marquee club in 1964 Why did Vivienne Westwood slap a girl she d never met at a Sex Pistols show in 1976 What is Beck singing about on Devil s Haircut Why is Kim Deal making fun of the Marquis De Sade in Cannonball Why don t your parents like rap music Why is Prince screaming like that at the end of Lets Go CWhy did Pete Townshend smash his guitar on the stage of the Marquee club in 1964 Why did Vivienne Westwood slap a girl she d never met at a Sex Pistols show in 1976 What is Beck singing about on Devil s Haircut Why is Kim Deal making fun of the Marquis De Sade in Cannonball Why don t your parents like rap music Why is Prince screaming like that at the end of Lets Go Crazy To answer these questions and many Craig Schuftan connects the dots and goes beyond the standard histories of Rock and Roll and the people who make it to reveal modern music s hidden roots in Modern Art.From Alexander Rodchenko to Franz Ferdinand, Antonin Artaud to The Flaming Lips, John Cage to the B 52s, Jean Paul Sartre to Saturday Night Fever, a century of heavy traffic between the Pop charts and the Avant Garde is brought dramatically to life in The Culture Club Craig Schuftan s time travelling history of modern art, music and ideas brilliantly reveals how Futurism, Constructivism, Surrealism, and all the other isms of the twentieth century found there way into the movies, on to television and on to your stereos in ways that you may never have imagined Craig Schuftan has been presenting The Culture Club , a history of modern art and ideas, on triple j s morning program since 2001 He graduated from Sydney s National Art School in 1997, and has performed John Cage s 4 33 on two occasions once as part of a lecture at Charles Sturt University, and once as a busker on a busy Sydney street he made exactly 0 00 in change.


  • Title: The Culture Club
  • Author: Craig Schuftan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
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