Gerry Visco

The Truth About Spandau Ballet

April 29, 2015

Spandau Ballet are waiting in the funky lobby of the Ludlow Hotel on the Lower East Side, a team of five good-looking, nattily-attired men with George Hencken, the director of their new documentary, Soul Boys of the Western World.

Visions of Dale Peck

April 17, 2015

Earlier this month, Soho Press published Dale Peck’s 12th book, Visions and Revisions: Coming of Age In the Age of Aids.

Flowing with Taryn Manning

November 21, 2014

Taryn Manning, the singer-songwriter, fashion designer, former karate champion, and actress, is now 36 with bleached-blonde hair.

The New York Doll Turned Lounge Lizard

October 28, 2014

David Johansen was among the first glam punk rockers of the early 1970s and influenced bands such as the Sex Pistols, Kiss, The Ramones, Guns N’ Roses, and The Smiths.

Charli’s Angels

October 20, 2014

Together, Elliphant and Femme are supporting British alt-pop singer Charli XCX on her 20-stop North American tour this month, which began in Florida and will end up in San Francisco on Friday.

In the Life of Zella Day

October 7, 2014

Zella Day grew up in Pinetop, Arizona, a small, desert town with a population of 7,000.

Robyn and Röyksopp, One More Time

August 20, 2014

Röyksopp and Robyn have spent their summer on the “Do It Again” world tour, promoting their five-track mini-album, also titled Do It Again.

Eddie Izzard, Force of Nature

May 19, 2014

Lunch with Eddie Izzard is a unique experience for several reasons; not only does the comedian and actor have a razor sharp intellect and an iconoclastic sense of the world, he’s also very cordial.

Woodkid is On Point

April 29, 2014

Woodkid has composed an original score for an eight-minute pièce d’occasion for the New York City Ballet Orchestra titled Les Bosquets (New Woodkid/JR) that will premiere on tonight, April 29, on the opening night of the Company’s 2014 Spring Season and will be performed five times during the opening week.

Exclusive Video Premiere and Interview: ‘Ready for You,’ Erik Hassle

April 24, 2014

Erik Hassle is a 26-year-old singer-songwriter with an intense, haunting voice. He’s had a number of successful singles on the charts in the U.K. and Europe, in particular “Hurtful” and “Don’t Bring Flowers.”

The Very Good Boy George

April 22, 2014

Legendary pop star Boy George, AKA George Alan O’Dowd, released This Is What I Do, his first studio album in 18 years, last October. He’ll be on tour through July, stopping off in New York City to perform tonight at Irving Plaza.

Exclusive Song Premiere: ‘Rescue, Mister’ (Avalon Emerson Remix), TRUST

March 18, 2014

TRUST was formed by Robert Alfons during the frozen dark Canadian winter of 2009 with former collaborator Maya Postepski.

Paul Iacono is Our New G.B.F.

January 16, 2014

Paul Iacono, the sprightly 25-year-old co-star of Darren Stein’s G.B.F., has been acting since he was four.

The Celluloid Peaches

October 18, 2013

Right now, Berlin-based Peaches is in New York City to screen her new film, Peaches Does Herself, and perform at (Le) Poisson Rouge. The film has been called an electro-rock opera and is all music, featuring 22 of Peaches’ songs

Martha Stewart Wants You to Make It

October 16, 2013

Martha Stewart, America’s doyenne of cooking, entertaining, and decorating, is commandeering Vanderbilt Hall in Grand Central Station today, October 16, and tomorrow, October 17, for her second annual American Made Market, a fair celebrating the makers of local and handmade crafts, gifts, foods, gardens, projects, and designs.

Exclusive Video Premiere and Interview: ‘Life or C.R.E.A.M.,’ Nomi Ruiz

September 18, 2013

Nomi Ruiz’s new video, for “Life or C.R.E.A.M.,” is Manhattan through and through: it’s set in the gritty Meatpacking district of the past, where streetwalkers sold their goods in the urban wasteland.

Exclusive Video Premiere and Interview: ‘Call Me on the Ouija Board,’ Sharon Needles

August 8, 2013

When we met Aaron Coady, he was waiting, perched on a couch in the sleek but cozy lobby at The Out NYC Hotel, the upscale gay urban resort on West 42nd Street. He wasn’t wearing creepy white contact lenses, macabre raccoon eyes, black talons, a Bride of Frankenstein wig, raven feathers; nothing black or Goth-inflected.

Coming In with John Waters

July 18, 2013

At City Winery, we met John Waters at a private dinner composed of a small group nestled among large steel wine casks. Wearing a dapper white suit, he was kind enough to allow us to sit next to him, as long as we promised not to get any food stains on his jacket.

Exclusive Video Premiere: ‘One Way Flight,’ Kayvon Zand

June 20, 2013

Get ready to enter the world of ethereal performer Kayvon Zand in “One Way Flight,” his new music video, which we’re pleased to premiere here. On this outer-space voyage, you’ll be joined by a posse of the beautiful people: the Zand Collective, a fluid group of fashionistas and performers.