‘Meet Me in the Bathroom,‘ the documentary about the early-'00s NYC music scene that gave us The Strokes, Interpol, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more, will have a limited US theatrical run in November before airing on Showtime before the end of the year
This week in Indie Basement: reviews of new albums by Urge Overkill, Steve Gunn, Modern Nature and Night Crickets (members of Bauhaus & Violent Films), plus the Meet Me in the Bathroom documentary and a look back at Built to Spill's ‘Perfect from Now On‘
Meet Me in the Bathroom,' the documentary adaptation of Lizzy Goodman‘s oral history of the early-'00s NYC music scene, just premiered at Sundance, and we talked to the directors about their approach to turning the sprawling book into 108 minute film.
Organized by Lizzy Goodman of 'Meet Me in the Bathroom,' the gallery also features original artworks by Adam Green, The Rapture's Luke Jenner, Eleanor Friedberger, photos from the early-'00s era, and more.
Meet Me in the Bathroom: The Art Show opened Wednesday at NYC's The Hole (312 Bowery), featuring pieces from many of the artists covered in Lizzy Goodman's oral history of the early-'00s music scene, including members of The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Interpol, TV on the Radio, & more. It's open through 9/22 and is hosting live music and special events through its run.