A biography of Boyd Rice, pioneering experimental noise musician and controversial figure in late 20th Century American counterculture. Includes numerous biographical photographs, discographies, a bibliography, and is presented in both English and French.
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Brian M. Clark discusses the publication of Boyd Rice: A Biography at the website Dangerous Minds:dangerousminds.net/comments/boyd_rice_biographers_non_disclosure_he_doesnt_seem_to_give_a_shit_what_mosFrom the Back Cover:
Boyd Rice is one of the most provocative and controversial underground figures of the post-punk era. First coming to prominence as an avant-garde audio experimentalist (recording under the moniker NON), Rice was a seminal founder of the first wave of industrial music in the late 1970s. In the 1980s, through collaborations with Re/Search Publications, Rice further established his position in the underground with recountings of his uproarious pranks and the promotion of 'incredibly strange' cult films and 'industrial' culture. Rice's influence on subculture was further exerted through his vanguard exhibition of found photographs and readymade thrift store art, as well as his adamant endorsements of outsider music, tiki culture and bygone pop culture in general. Rice is also notorious for his public associations with nefarious figures both infamous and obscure, including friendships and ideological collusions with the likes of cult leader Charles Manson and Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey, among others. His work continues to profoundly affect the countercultural underground at large, inspiring and enraging in equal measure.
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