• WAX POETICS : ISSUE - #60

WAX POETICS : ISSUE - #60

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Longtime contributing editor Andrew “Monk” Mason interviews Blondie cofounders Debbie Harry and Chris Stein, and chronicles the band’s rise from New York’s DIY art-rock downtown scene to worldwide airwaves with the disco hits “Heart of Glass” and the Giorgio Moroder–produced “Call Me.” But perhaps their real legacy is tied to the then burgeoning hip-hop movement; after meeting “Fab 5” Freddy, Blondie would record “Rapture”—the first pop song to incorporate a rap—and help bring the nascent artform to a larger global audience.

 

Blondie
SZA
Onyx
Raekwon (Only Built 4 Cuban Linx)
Robert Crumb
Harvey Mason
Marsha Ambrosius
Eddy Senay
Budos Band
Taylor McFerrin
Fatima
Stick Against Stone
Jordan Rakei

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