Takehisa Kosugi (1938-2018) first emerged onto Japan’s avant-garde music scene during the 1960s as part of Group Ongaku and the Fluxus movement
E was a magazine of experimental and performance writing, visual, concrete, and sound poetry, edited by Marshall Reese and composer Eugene Carl.
Collage Musique-Concrète-style by Fluxus artist Claus Böhmler (1939-2017). Böhmler was one of Joseph Beuys’s students at the Düsseldorfer art academy
Audio art pieces by 26 performance artists 1960s/1970s broadcast on KPFA-FM radio, Berkeley in 1971. presented by the Museum of Conceptual Art (MOCA), San Franc..(read more)
double LP compiling Richard Maxfield early electronic pieces, ultra limited edition of just 185 copies.Writing in his book Ocean of Sound some years ago, David ..(read more)
Reissue of a cassette from 1978, that appeared on initiative of Ulises Carrión, now edited anew by G.J. de Rook. Fantastic to have this material available agai..(read more)
A live performance recorded on October 7th, 2001 at the Muziekcentrum in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Holland. On the 2 sides of this record Charlemagne passes from ..(read more)