For years an out-of-print rarity, Michael Snow’s classic artist book Cover to Cover is available once again, in a facsimile edition.
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.
Brooklyn-based organization Blank Forms initiated this periodical in 2017 to bring together never-before published, lost, and new materials as a supplement to t..(read more)
A very welcome re-issue of three works from the 1960s and 1970s as part of Recollection GRM’s invaluable reissue programme.
In the 60s, Milan Knizak, Czech performance and Fluxus artist, created music from defective, worn, damaged or broken LP’s.
British experimental band Henry Cow pushed rock music to its limits. Their open improvisations, lapidary lyrics, errant melodies, and relentless pursuit of spon..(read more)
Reissue of LP from 1977, remastered, facsimile reproduction of original cover. Marc Moulin, Michel Moers and Dan Lacksman who later formed Telex.
Legendary record from the French scene of the late 70s – playful, free improvisation – and a set that also merges more conventional instruments with a range..(read more)
The name Martin Bartlett should not be as unknown as it is at the moment. As well as working with a who’s who of electronic music (Pauline Oliveros, John ..(read more)
In the second half of the 1970s, Alfred Kaiser was entirely unknown to the film world when he went public with two films, namely “A Third Reich” (19..(read more)