Collecting 3 of the most famous works by Greek avant-garde composer who made those remarkable graphic scores and was a pioneer in tape techniques.
Very thoughtful project in tiny edition of 42, Bogaard found an open reel tape with popular classical music and played them simultaneously on two open reel tape..(read more)
Three lovely Londoners (the Bohman Brothers and Richard Thomas) calling themselves Secluded Bronte landed in Rotterdam late summer 2014 to make a radio play for..(read more)
At the invitation of Marc Monnet, Mauricio Kagel performed at the Festival du Printemps des Arts a new version of ACUSTICA, a work composed between 1968 and 197..(read more)
Floppy film documentary (1:14 min. mp4 video on a standard 3.5″ floppy disk) of TAPE TREFF KANT A, an evening of experimental cassette tape music at Extra..(read more)
Archiving and digitizing analog tape loops from work from 1982, Basinski discovered some wonderful sweeping pastoral pieces he had forgotten about.
Opens with one of the most heart-breaking tracts of music you may have heard.. a looped clutch of strings, slowly shuffling into oblivion.
Originally released in 1974, this recording is kind of dark and unsettling, but totally fascinating. Patterns churn frenetically to high speeds only to unexpect..(read more)
After the Delirium in Hi-Fi record, a classic of space age pop which employed state of the art studio craft to rework standards like “La Paloma” and..(read more)