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)
Liquidation World examines a distinctive form of subjectivity animating the avant-garde: that of the dissolute figure that makes an art of its own vacancy, an o..(read more)
Brilliant new publication by the imprint of Thurston Moore and Eva Prinz. English musician and writer David Toop’s memoirs!
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)
Reissue of Rolf Julius’ first and only (and almost impossible to find) LP from 1985. Rolf Julius was the archetypal “sound artist”. He painted with sound,..(read more)
124 sketches, each up to 2 minutes long. Portraits of people in Mekas’ life, places, seasons of the year, weather (storms, snow blizzards, etc.), many of ..(read more)
NOTFILM is the feature-length movie on the production of FILM by Samuel Beckett and its philosophical implications, utilizing additional outtakes, never before ..(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)
Crucial texts, many available in English for the first time, written before and during the Bolshevik Revolution by the radical biopolitical utopianists of Russi..(read more)
Experimental music before the 20th century: Celts and Hussars, Václav Prokop Diviš, Ernst Chladni, Leonardo da Vinci, Athanasius Kircher and many more.