A set of pieces for voices, percussion and live electronics, inspired by the 1959 book Naked Lunch by William S. Burroughs. Featuring the great percussionists o..(read more)
Italian composer Clara Iannotta’s compositions are marked by a particular intrinsic ‘theatricality’, in the sense of the physicality of sound,..(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.
Utterly essential document of early American minimalism from this pioneering composer. The first track is a lengthy live recording of Oliveros with David Tudor ..(read more)
Michael Adamis (1929 – 2013) was recognised as a pioneering composer whose electroacoustic soundscapes left a clear aesthetic mark in contemporary and Byz..(read more)
These pieces display Oliveros' early explorations into tape music. 'I of IV' was made in July 1966 at the University of Toronto Electronic Music ..(read more)