This Week's Voice: Avey Tare, Greg Nice, and More

Crocodiles are kind of a thing for Avey Tare. Photo by Atiba Jefferson.
Crocodiles are kind of a thing for Avey Tare. Photo by Atiba Jefferson.

In this week's Village Voice, Andy Beta talks with Animal Collective's Avey Tare about this new solo record, Down There, and Jesse Serwer catches up with Greg Nice at the quarter-century mark of his august rap career.

In Film, J. Hoberman on Claude Chabrol's Inspector Bellamy and Film Forum's Psycho revival, Anthony Kaufman profiles The Kids Grow Up's Doug Block (Eric Hynes reviews the film, too), Dan Kois on the misfire that is Welcome to the Rileys, Nick Pinkerton remembers the Chekov of soft-corn porn, Joseph Sarno, and Melissa Anderson heads to MOMA for Barbara Loden's Wanda.

In Art, Martha Schwendener stops by Paul Thek's retrospective at the Whitney, and Ben Davis checks out the Chino Amobi show at Like the Spice Gallery.

In Theater, Michael Feingold on recent productions of The Language Archive and Driving Miss Daisy, while Alexis Soloski heads out to the Manhattan Theatre Club's new airport drama, Spirit Control.

Plus Michael Musto, Free Will Astrology, and more, here.

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