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  • Gianni Severino

    #SonicYouth #music

  • tranquil

    (RIP) Mike Kelley's art + death in February 2012. He was known for Sonic Youth's 'Dirty' 1992 album cover.

  • Victoria

    Mike Kelley (1954–2012) "Our dear friend the artist Mike Kelley (born 1954 in Detroit) has passed away. Unstintingly passionate, habitually outspoken and immeasurably creative in every genre or material with which he took up--and that was most of them, from performance and sculpture to painting, installation and video, from experimental music to writing in a thousand voices--Mike was an irresistible force in contemporary art. For Mike history existed only to be reconstructed, memory was selective, faulty and willful and life itself vibrant but often dysfunctional. We can hear him disagreeing with us. We cannot believe he is gone. But we know his legacy will continue to touch and challenge anyone who crosses its path. We will miss him. We will keep him with us."

  • Chung

    Sonic Youth • Dirty • Mike Kelly

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Sonic Youth — Goo On Sonic Youth’s 1990 album Goo, Raymond Pettibon went with the family murder motif. Disturbing and ambiguous textual motifs were his thing. The work is based on a photograph of witnesses of a real serial killer case. And yet, pleasing isn’t it? Or, you’re sick! From Gerhard Richter to Richard Kern to Mike Kelley to Richard Prince, arty album covers are part of Sonic Youth’s definitive… let’s be honest here… brand. They’re great, though.