Re-thinking the relevance today of the Situationist International, formed amidst the incendiary violence and political turmoil of the 1960s.
A very welcome re-issue of three works from the 1960s and 1970s as part of Recollection GRM’s invaluable reissue programme.
Tony Conrad (1940–2016) was a multidisciplinary artist known for his groundbreaking art, music, films, and videos, although his work doesn’t fit comfortably..(read more)
The New York Philharmonic’s disastrous performance of John Cage’s Atlas Eclipticalis; Henry Flynt’s demonstrations against the downtown avant-garde; Charl..(read more)
Tokyo during the 1960s was in a state of uproar, full of protests, riots, and insurrection. Tatsumi Hijikata, initiator of the ‘Butoh’ performance a..(read more)
Reissue of a collection of Iannis Xenakis’s work titled Electronic Music, originally released in 1997. Some of the earliest works from a truly groundbreak..(read more)
Originally released in 1963 by Time Records in the US, this LP is perhaps best known to avant-garde and noise fiends for inclusion of Cage’s Cartridge Music [..(read more)
Playwright Samuel Beckett’s lone work for projected cinema was entitled archetypally, Film, and grew from Berkeley’s pronouncement, essi et percipi: “..(read more)
A documentary made in 1968 on the New York underground film scene. A rare behind-the-scenes view of the exploding underground, a turbulent time and place that w..(read more)
Quebec avantgarde film maker Étienne O’Leary made three experimental films which were completed in Paris between 1966 and 1968: Day Tripper, Homeo (aka Homeo..(read more)