No Sleep: NYC Nightlife Flyers 1988-1999
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|"What “No Sleep” depicts is a much looser time, after disco and before the gilded age of mega-clubs and luxury bottle service, when the only guiding ethos was that anything was worth a try."
—The New Yorker
"...a crucial history of New York´s influential club life through the flyers that advertise so many concerts and parties..."
"A glorious era of hip-hop, house, and avant-garde cardboard artwork reflecting the energy of the downtown music scene."
"If that nostalgic feeling of golden era hip-hop flyers hits you like it hits me, this would be the book for you."
"Recently, Armstrong has been looking back at these halcyon days, culminating in the release of No Sleep: NYC Nightlife Flyers 1988-1999, a visual history of flyers from a musical era in New York that might never be matched in terms of scale, independence and sheer creativity."
—Red Bull Music Academy
"...it commemorates a unique time and place that was a sanctuary for so many."
"The pages of the book are as densely papered as a downtown telephone pole, as the plywood face of a construction fence; No Sleep is as frenetic, overstimulating, and intense as the scene it conjures."
"No Sleep serves as a visual timeline—or maybe even a trip down memory lane—for any hip-hop history buff."
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