In the mid-'60s, pop art provocateur Andy Warhol filmed brief, silent portraits of many of the near-celebrities and hangers-on associated with his famous Factory. Shot in starkly lit black and white, curiously probing each subject's soul, they remain fascinating decades later. Pittsburgh's Warhol Museum commissioned Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips to compile music to accompany selected portraits, including those of Lou Reed, Nico, Edie Sedgwick, and Dennis Hopper. Wareham (ex-leader of Galaxie 500) and Phillips together form the atmospheric, Velvet Underground-influenced band Luna, and are a duo with two albums to their credit as well as the score... More >>>