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Dirty Lillie

Lives in the industrial detritus-strewn neighborhood of Bushwick, Brooklyn. She is a member of the avant-post-fuck-you band The Drayton Sawyer Gang who terrorize and manually please hipster audiences and children's parties both in New York and other, less pretentious states. There are many other things that she does which are none of your goddamn business. Unless, of course, it shows up in the police blotter or receives a rave review from the New York Times.

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A Band is Born? 05.02.2005
Welcome to my World of Toys 03.29.2005

The Week in Review: Aug. 26 thru Sep. 1
The Insatiable Fun of Coal Black Mornings
Brett Anderson's autobiography avoids all of the autobiography pitfalls
I Met Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash flew in and out of fashion faster than flared trousers and more often. The chicka boom at the heart of his beat remained true
Q&A
New fiction from Chris Connolly - more charming than alarming, for one time only, most likely.
Death Fugues, The Black Forest and the Wellspring of Suffering: Dan Kaufman and Paul Celan
Dan Kaufman and his band Barbez give the tragic poetry of Paul Celan an epic reading on Force of Light.
Why Is There an Old Man in the Garage Shouting About 'Wolverines'?
Reader, Be Warned: I am one of those die-hard Fall fans that you may have read about. I know that the E in Mark E. Smith stands for Edward and can catch the references to his personal life and back catalogue in the spider web vocabulary in his songs...
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