Lary 7 is a co-founder of Plastickville Records and is a major figure in the New York experimental music underground. He has worked with Jarboe and Jimi Tenor, and has appeared on Touch Records, UK. He succeeded in upstaging Arto Lindsay at their 2003 concert at the Barbican Theatre in London, by getting the most jeers for his ground-breaking style of irritainment.
Tony Conrad is a video artist, filmmaker, musician/composer, sound artist, teacher and writer. In the early 1960’s, along with John Cale, Angus Maclise, Lamonte Young, and Marian Zazeela, Conrad was a co-founder of the Theater of Eternal Music, which utilized non-Western musical forms and sustained sound to produce what they called dream music. Their collective work Day of Niagara (1965) is one of the earliest examples of the work of the new minimalist composers/performers. A graduate of Harvard, and a recipient of many awards, his work has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art, P.S. 1, Documenta, and the Kitchen. Conrad continues to teach at the Department of Media Studies at S.U.N.Y. Buffalo.