Andi Harriman is a writer and DJ living in New York City with an emphasis on all things dark and Eighties-centric. She is the author of the book Some Wear Leather, Some Wear Lace: The Worldwide Compendium of Postpunk and Goth in the 1980s and her writing has appeared in the Village Voice, Noisey, Bandcamp Daily, Electronic Beats and LA Weekly, to name a few, while acting as contributing editor to Post-Punk.com.
Harriman was published in Leipzig in Schwarz: 25 Jahre Wave-Gotik-Treffen and wrote the foreword for the book Gothic Romandie 1985-1995: La Décennie Noire. In 2017, she co-curated a photography show titled “Nick Cave Smoking” in Los Angeles with Lethal Amounts Gallery. She lectures regularly about the goth subculture and has appeared at Morbid Anatomy Museum, New York University and Wave Gotik Treffen in Leipzig, Germany. Her endeavors have been featured in Time Out New York, the Village Voice, Refinery 29, and Red Bull Music Academy Radio. Additionally, she runs the dark electronic party and label Synthicide.
INTERVIEWS + PRESS
Toxic Masculinity, Sexism, and Industrial via Cemetery Confessions
She’s In Parties: The Life and Times of Writer/DJ/Goth Scholar Andi Harriman via Flaming Pablum
Queen of the Dark: Q&A with Andi Harriman via Philly Mag
Interview: Smart Moves for the Stiff Mind via WNYU radio
The 13 best dressed goths in Brooklyn via Brokelyn
Vampire’s Ball Interview with Andi Harriman via First Avenue & 7th Street MPLS
What Taylor Swift & Justin Bieber Don’t Get About “Goth” via Refinery29
DJing While Female in NYC: ‘I Can’t Believe You’re a Chick…’ via Village Voice
Andi Harriman Breaks Down Eighties Goth for Morbid Anatomy Museum via Village Voice
Interview: Some Wear Leather, Some Wear Lace via Cemetery Confessions (podcast)
1980s Goth Culture, with Andi Harriman via Morbid Anatomy (podcast)