Julius Eastman (1940-1990) was one of the few African-Americans to gain recognition in the New York avant-garde but somehow remained outside of the game.
Otto Sidharta (Bandung, Indonesia, 1955) studied music composition in Jakarta under Slamet Abdul Sjukur. In 1984 he continued his post graduate study for compos..(read more)
In the 60s, Milan Knizak, Czech performance and Fluxus artist, created music from defective, worn, damaged or broken LP’s.
Drone-based experiments and purely electronic compositions. Miraculously salvaged by Gerald Malanga, these archives provided a new perspective on the artistR..(read more)
Part 3 of Sub Rosa’s series Musics In The Margin. From Aidan Walsh, the self-proclaimed ‘Master of the Universe’ to Dion McGregor who had a pe..(read more)
A highly controversial figure in the Czech Republic, Milan Knizak is mostly known in America for his membership in Fluxus in the 1960s-1970s. An art renegade wh..(read more)
Performed by Stephane Ginsburgh: Palais de Mari for piano / Intermission 6 for two pianos / Last Pieces for piano. From Sub Rosa’s Unclassical series.
Rare music, performance, soundtracks, spoken words by a seminal poet and musician. Active in the New York avant-garde of the 60' (he was the first drummer ..(read more)
Ilhan Mimaroglu’s soundtrack for Jean Dubuffet’s articulated painting exhibition Coucou Bazar and Jean Dubuffet’s soundtrack of the Coucou Baz..(read more)
What we have here is two substantial pieces: Programme commun pour clavecin et bande magnétique/1972 performed by Elisabeth Chojnacka and another previously un..(read more)