"There was this thick, mechanic grease of frustration and hopelessness that covered New York at the time. That desperation was what everyone was getting drunk, fucked, and making music to get away from. There sums up Jack Ruby." Iconoclastic, no-wave skank goddess Lydia Lunch is dredging up putrid images of New York City in 1973 as a way of giving context to Jack Ruby, a group of Velvet Underground- and Stooges-obsessed wasteoid progressives making groundbreaking noise around New... More >>>