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)
Broken Music is an essential compendium for records created by visual artists. The publication was edited by Ursula Block and Michael Glasmeier and originally p..(read more)
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)
Reissue of Rolf Julius’ first and only (and almost impossible to find) LP from 1985. Rolf Julius was the archetypal “sound artist”. He painted with sound,..(read more)
One of the great unsung pioneers of the electronic age, Erkki Kurenniemi (1941–2017) played a central role in the development of electronic music in Finland. ..(read more)
Enigmatic LP in enigmatic packaging. Looks like every version is unique! Our copy slightly differs from the one in the picture… It has etchings in som..(read more)
Japanese artist Tomoko Sauvage is best known for using water sounds in her practice. She works with water in various physical states, exploring the thin line be..(read more)
Collab between Goodiepal, his Pals and Kommissar Hjuler. The Goodiepal section stands out in this case. Forget about the rest.
One of the most controversial and extreme punk bands from the era in Rotterdam. Material compiled from 2 cassettes, recorded at the time in the studio.
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)