- “Tunnel Vision” Redux: Did a Kremlin-backed Russian TV network hack into C-SPAN?
- “Tell them they can laugh at me”: Remembering the humorous side of David Bowie
- Katrina Diaspora: Robert Mugge discusses the making of “New Orleans Music in Exile”
- “Junior High School”: The musical that found the high notes of your awkward hormone-driven years!
- “The Gumby Show”: America’s Favorite Clayboy is back again on Night Flight!
- Subway Blues: Robert Mugge discusses the making of “Last of the Mississippi Jukes”
- Night Flight’s World Music Library: Featuring eight music docs by Moroccan-born producer/director Izza Génini
- Night Flight’s Stuart Samuels tells us about co-producing “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years”
- Something Weird is happenin’ on Night Flight: Check out our classic cult, hippie & biker flicks, drive-in sleaze and exploitation movies!
- Night Flight brings you Italo-West from Wild East: Imported Spaghetti Westerns
All posts by Shade Rupe
Adam Ant returns as The Blueblack Hussar!
An artist that manages to create outside the time they live in, forging work that transcends the zeitgeist, is a rarer one, and Adam Ant is such an artist. Always managing to never resemble any other artist...
- Posted December 20, 2015
Christopher Lee, beloved creator of iconic film characters, leaves eternal legacy
Christopher Lee, the tall, foreboding actor whose bass voice and staunch visage dominated many genre films over the actor’s 66-year career in film. Christopher Lee in his first feature film, Corridor of Mirrors (1948) On May 22,...
- Posted June 13, 2015
Paul Zone’s Playground: 14-year-old Wunderkind Captures New York Underground
It’s hard to imagine a time when everyone was comfortable with a 14-year-old kid running around taking pictures at rock concerts but luckily for Paul Zone, his friends, and us, that’s exactly what happened throughout the ’70s,...
- Posted June 12, 2015
Finally! Inside 190 Bowery – First Show, Last Show curated by Vito Schnabel
The historic graffitied stoop of 190 Bowery. Though its ultimate fates are still in flux, much like the transitioning neighborhood, for now the famed mystery mansion of 190 Bowery remains coated in the graffiti that helped make it...
- Posted June 10, 2015
David J of Bauhaus and Love and Rockets tours Europe for intimate shows in June
Author Alan Moore in a unique performance with David J. Seminal musician David J, one quarter of the force known as Bauhaus and one third of the psychedelic rock jam known as Love and Rockets, further celebrates his...
- Posted June 4, 2015
Group show ‘9 Lives’ in NYC features art from Norman Reedus, Jake Lamagno, Sue Kwon and more
Photographs by Norman Reedus at Castle Fitzjohns Gallery, 98 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002. Group show “9 Lives” is open until June 15th. Castle Fitzjohns Gallery in Manhattan opened “9 Lives”, a group show including artwork by Norman Reedus,...
- Posted May 26, 2015
Yoko Ono returns to MOMA for “One Woman Show, 1960–1971″
Giving herself her own unofficial show at MoMA in 1971, with spirited playfulness Yoko Ono created her own debut at the museum by creating an invitation in the form of an ad that she placed in the...
- Posted May 18, 2015
Tony Visconti and Woody Woodmansey reunite to perform The Man Who Sold the World live
Mega-producer Tony Visconti and original Spider from Mars Woody Woodmansey bring Bowie’s “The Man Who Sold the World” to full-album life in UK live shows in June “I make records for people, not for other musicians. When...
- Posted May 13, 2015