#TransformationTuesday: QWERRRKOUT feat. Leroy Sparx
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Carl Craig + nsi.: Andy Warhol’s Blow Job and Kiss

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FRIDAY 5

If you’re an electronic music buff and from Europe, you probably already know about the Unsound Festival. Now, all the boys and their bleepy circle jerks are coming to NYC for the first time. Tonight, catch live electronic music performed as commissioned soundtracks to two legendary silent Andy Warhol films. Detroit icon Carl Craig and Berlin duo nsi., both revered pioneers of contemporary electronic music, will perform live soundtracks on modular synthesizers and analog gear. Carl Craig plays with “Blowjob”, nsi. with “Kiss”. Think we’ll bring our new Maschine drum machine and join in on a guerilla tweek off!

Walter Reade Theater (at Lincoln Center), 70 Lincoln Center Plaza, 212-875-5600, 7:30 & 9:30pm, $25, www.unsound.pl

Lou Reed: Metal Machine Music

Long before Amanda Lepore, RuPaul and Candis Cayne, there were three other gender bender queens that ruled NYC. Candy Darling, Jackie Curtis and Holly Woodlawn were immortalized in Lou Reed‘s Walk on the Wild Side, the 70s song about drags who came to NYC and became prostitutes. Lou’s back in action tonight with a live reprise of his 1975 album Metal Machine Music which consist entirely of guitar feedback played at different speeds…artsy!

Miller Theatre at Columbia University, 2960 Broadway at 116th St, NYC, 212-854-7799, www.myspace.com/officialloureed

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