Brilliant new publication by the imprint of Thurston Moore and Eva Prinz. English musician and writer David Toop’s memoirs!
Happy to see the Radical Philosophy back in print – took me a while before I found out though… Laboratories of gender – Women’s libera..(read more)
Finally back in print, Visual Music is a one-of-a-kind guided tour through the visual art of creative polymath Brian Eno.
With the demise of the group Wire in 1980, founder members Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis joined forces to create Dome. With the assistance of engineer Eric Rad..(read more)
Light Years brings together a series of short films made by British film maker Cawkwell on 8 mm between 1968 and 1987 to create a single diary film in 25 sectio..(read more)
Nina Danino is one of the foremost British experimental filmmakers of her generation. Her films explore the relationship of image to sound, and of theory to pra..(read more)
Jo Ann Kaplan (1945-2016) was an acclaimed prize-winning filmmaker whose work is marked by an extraordinary diversity of forms which includes animation, dance f..(read more)
Messages collects the personal and lyrical films of Guy Sherwin, one of the pre-eminent British film artists of the past forty years. The DVD features one of Sh..(read more)
The first-time vinyl reissue of the sole album from UK DIY legends Milk From Cheltenham, originally released in 1983 on famed It’s War Boys imprint, is re..(read more)
Folk-rooted French composer Delphine Dora meets West Yorkshire’s Sophie Cooper in a gently febrile, miasmic episode for Massachusetts’ Feeding Tube Records...(read more)