A very welcome anthology in english language and a good initiative by Ecstatic Peace Library, the publishing company founded by Thurston Moore and book designer..(read more)
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)
Èlg, or Laurent Gérard, teamed up with Clément Vercelletto and Ernest Bergez to form Orgue Agnès. A Une Gorge, their first outing, is a series of songs wher..(read more)
Eudaimon's songs are pure in their simplicity and austerity, yet shine with the crystalline fire of the world beyond..based on poems by Kathleen Rainer.
Torgue and Houppin are two French composers in the “modern classical rock” tradition that was quite popular specially in the period this record came..(read more)
Ptôse were an amazing band from Niort, France, active from 1979 to 1987. They were involved in the international underground network (cassette culture, mail ..(read more)
Formed in 1979 by 3 artists from the Beaux-Arts of Caen: Jean-Luc André, Sylvie Martineau-Fée, Jean-Philippe Fée. DDAA was a seminal player in the independen..(read more)
Belgian Post-Punk and Industrial No Wave band. Drums and Vocals – Sébastien Schmit Guitar – Gregory Duby Saxophone – Vincent Stefanutti.