Theoretical Girls

Theoretical Girls were among the handful of bands that created New York City’s nihilistic No Wave music scene during a brief moment in the late 70s. Composers Jeffrey Lohn (then working as a plumber) and Glenn Branca (soon to be working as a plumber’s assistant) formed the group in SoHo in 1977. “I met Glenn at a performance art place where I was performing. He saw it, and he wanted to meet me,” Lohn said in a 2002 interview with Robert Young. Lohn and Branca first performed together in November 1977 as a trio with drummer Mike Anthol, who had previously played with Lohn in the N. Dodo... Read More

Genre:
Rock, Post Punk, No Wave
City Of Origin:
New York, ,New York United States
Formed Date:
1977
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