Notes
Preface
1​ Frank​ Owen,​ “Sleeping​ Around,”​ Melody Maker,​ 27​ September​
1986,​11,​and​“Echo​Beach,”​Melody Maker,​11​April​1987,​36–37;​
David​ Toop,​ “The​ Weird​ One,”​ Face,​ January​ 1987,​ 27;​ Peter​
Zummo,​ “Eclectic​ Bubble​ Gum,”​ SoHo Weekly News,​ 17​ March​
1977,​ 39;​ Gary​ Lucas,​ “Arthur​ Russell:​ An​ Appreciation,”​ Alter-
native Press,​ November​ 1994,​ 16;​ Ned​ Sublette,​ “Arthur​ Russell​
1951–92,”​Reflex,​no.​26,​April​1992;​and​Toop,​“Past​Futurist,”​Wire,​
April​1995,​20.
DeLanda,​A New Philosophy of Society,​4–5.
Introduction
1​ David​Toop​et​al.,​“The​State​of​Song,”​Wire,​May​2004.
Quoted​ in​ Frank​ Owen,​ “Sleeping​ Around,”​ Melody Maker,​ 27​
September​1986,​11.
Sasha​Frere-Jones,​“Let’s​Go​Swimming,”​New Yorker,​8​March​
2004,​80–81.
Quoted​in​Thomas​R.​O’Donnell,​“Death​Can’t​Muffle​Musician,”​
Des Moines Register,​9​April​1995.
Baker,​ed.,​New York Noise.
Arthur​Russell​isn’t​referenced​in​the​original​UK​edition​of​Rip
It Up and Start Again,​in​which​Simon​Reynolds​develops​the​mu-
tant​disco​chapter​as​an​oral​history.​Reynolds​rewrote​the​chapter​
for​the​much​shorter​U.S.​edition,​and​Russell​is​included​in​that​
version.
Kyle​Gann,​“Square​Rhythms,”​Village Voice,​28​April​1992,​94.
Gendron,​Between Montmartre and the Mudd Club,​291–92.​Gen-
dron​ also​ contributed​ the​ chapter​ on​ music,​ “The​ Downtown​
Music​Scene,”​to​Taylor,​ed.,​The Downtown Book.
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