mick rock: the man who shot the 70s
With a new documentary about his life, SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock, we sit down with iconic lensman Mick Rock to talk Ziggy, Iggy and the unbeatable power of rock and roll.
the influence and tragedy of nico
On the anniversary of the release of 'The Velvet Underground & Nico' we move past the legend to explore her impact beyond the band.
i-D's weekly cultural round-up
Your guide to what you need to see, hear, watch, listen, go to and do.
the velvet underground's john cale on protest fashion in the age of trump
And his enduring love for the gender-neutral dress.
unseen images of bowie and lou reed photographed by an nyc teen in the 70s
‘Golden Years,’ a new book and accompanying exhibition, collects photographs Brooklyn native Ed Rosenbaum took at The Palladium, CBGB, and Madison Square Garden as a 17-year-old rock ‘n’ roll superfan.
the weirdest late-night tv show of the 80s is now streaming online
'Night Flight,' the loveably eclectic cable show that aired between 1981 and 1988, showcased Lou Reed, the Dead Kennedys, and some seriously 80s computer animation.
the wild, pioneering trans superstar who was honored at the oscars last night
Holly Woodlawn was justly celebrated during the “in memoriam” roundup.
remembering holly woodlawn, factory star, lou reed muse, and wild side walker
"It was worth it, the drugs, the parties, it was fabulous.”
5 things to do in ny this week: from lou reed to peaches
Here are our top five picks of what you need to see, hear and do in NYC this week.
the silver age - photos from the factory
Billy Name’s iconic black and white photos of Andy Warhol’s Factory stand as one of the most stunning and important photographic documents of the New York scene in the 60s.