Gordon’s daughter with Moore, Coco, is now in her late teens, studying art in Chicago. So Gordon threw herself back into visual art, which initially brought her to New York from California in the ’70s, and started Body/Head with her friend Bill Nace. Their album, “Coming Apart,” consists of eerie scoundscapes built on two guitars and Gordon’s ghostly vocals, in the spirit of Sonic Youth’s earliest experiments in the New York “no wave” scene.
“Compared to other things I’ve done outside of Sonic Youth, this feels the most like a band — it’s more congealed,” Gordon says. “I don’t know if it’s because it’s just two of us, so it’s easier to focus, so that each of us kind of tunes in on the other person. The record is a culmination of playing live, a thing unto itself. It’s never gonna replicate live, and live is never gonna replicate the
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