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HBO’s ‘Vinyl’: An Illustrated Review of the Martin Scorsese-Directed Pilot

HBO's 'Vinyl': An Illustrated Review of the Martin Scorsese-Directed Pilot

Indiewire has commissioned artist Jess Rotter to draw her reactions to the new HBO drama “Vinyl,” which features Bobby Cannavale as a record executive in search of personal salvation as well as the next big music sensation. Check out the below.  

Informed by a deep knowledge and love for the world of 1970s rock ‘n’ roll, artist Jess Rotter was inspired by her dad’s vinyl covers and comic books growing up in New York. Now based in Los Angeles, Rotter’s intricate hand-drawn psychedelic illustrations have appeared on everything from books to public murals to album covers. Her musical cult shirt line Rotter and Friends has led to official band merch for acts like The Grateful Dead, Sly Stone, Rodriguez, Big Star, Mavis Staples, and more. Follow her on Instagram at @rotterandfriends.

“Vinyl” airs Sunday at 9pm on HBO. 

READ MORE: Review: ‘Vinyl’ is Like ‘Mad Men’ on Drugs, But Do We Need Another Don Draper Story?

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