Chris Kachulis

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Chris Kachulis
Born1937 (age 81–82)
Brooklyn, New York, United States

Chris Kachulis (born 1937 in Brooklyn, New York), is a chanteur known for his participation in the early days of New York's Electronic music scene. He collaborated on Bruce Haack's 1968 album Electric Lucifer.[1] Currently he performs alongside Frank Haines and Reuben Lorch-Miller in the cross-generational performance art trio Blanko & Noiry. One of their most memorable events is a night of performance curated by Frank Haines titled Blood Transfusion for a Ghost at MoMA PS1 in conjunction with the Kenneth Anger exhibition.[2]


  1. ^ Bogdanov, Vladimir (2001). All Music Guide to Electronica: The Definitive Guide to Electronic Music. Backbeat Books. p. 229. ISBN 978-0879306281.
  2. ^ Brend, Mark (2012). The Sound of Tomorrow: How Electronic Music Was Smuggled into the Mainstream. Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 1953–1954, 1968. ISBN 978-0826424525.