Lary 7

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Lary 7
Born (1956-04-17) April 17, 1956 (age 62)
Buffalo, New York
Genres Post-punk
Occupation(s) Artist, Musician, Filmmaker
Instruments Bass guitar, guitar
Associated acts Tony Conrad, Swans

Lary 7, aka. L7 is an American artist, musician and filmmaker based in New York City. He is subject of a documentary by filmmaker Danielle de Picciotto called Not Junk Yet - The Art Of Lary 7. The film includes interviews with Tony Conrad, Jarboe, Lydia Lunch, Jimi Tenor, Matthew Barney, JG Thirlwell and others including Lary, along with archival footage, images and performances. De Picciotto directed the film herself, with sound production by her husband and collaborator, Einstürzende Neubauten member Alexander Hacke.[1]

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