Collage Musique-Concrète-style by Fluxus artist Claus Böhmler (1939-2017). Böhmler was one of Joseph Beuys’s students at the Düsseldorfer art academy
A very welcome re-issue of three works from the 1960s and 1970s as part of Recollection GRM’s invaluable reissue programme.
Concrète turntablist experiment is key on this album by Montreal-based Young, on his own imprint Royal Editions. Featuring a number of others from the city’s..(read more)
“The experimental is first and foremost a spirit [..] a spirit of invention which sees musical composition more as a voyage into uncertain territories tha..(read more)
Regarded as Pierre Schaeffer’s most important work on music and its relationship with technology, finally available in English! Subtitled “An Essay Acro..(read more)
Soundtrack to the film by Patrick Bokanowski, these amazing musique concrète compositions were not published separately until 2003, on this CD.
Already in 1996 the French free experimental rock group Soixante Étages that had already been around since the 80s handed over a bunch of cassettes with unrele..(read more)
Fylkingen Records in Sweden never released these works, until now, more than 40 years later. From 1968-70, they presented a series of 7 LPs in collaboration wit..(read more)
A great compilation with Classic early electronic pieces with Electro-Acoustic Music, Electronic Music and Musique Concrète from the Fifties and the Sixties fr..(read more)
Mind-melting noise session from a pair of seasoned French agitants. Ottavi does vocals and crotales, Kaspar plays bass guitar, both of them