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Blank Forms 5: Aspirations Of Madness
Cat: 784366 Rel: 23 Jul 20
 
Aspirations of Madness considers the work of Masayuki Takayanagi, the poet Louise Landes Levi, musician and writer Joseph Jarman & more
Notes: Aspirations of Madness, Blank Forms' fifth collection of archival, unpublished, or newly translated texts, takes its title from a series of interviews with Japanese free jazz pioneer Masayuki Takayangi that were published in Japanese in 1975-76 and are published here in English for the first time.

The interviews provide a rare look at Takayanagi's eccentric practice and personality, both long under-recognized by audiences outside (and often, inside) of Japan. The postwar Japanese history that Takayanagi describes also surfaces in this publication's opening piece, a poetic tribute by the writer and artist Louise Landes Levi to one of Takayanagi's contemporaries, the poet Kazuko Shiraishi.

Aspirations of Madness includes a second Levi poem as well, "A Deep River," written while at La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela's Dream House in 2003. Complementing this tradition of Japanese free improvisation and poetry is the republication of a 1977 interview with Joseph Jarman, the great composer, poet, and multi-instrumentalist.
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Borshch Issue 2: On & Beyond The Dance Floor
Cat: 789586 Rel: 11 Sep 20
 
Featuring Gudrun Gut, Steffi, Perc, Rodhad, Loke Rahbek and more!
Notes: Borshch 2 discovers precious history lessons on the emergence of electronic music with Gudrun Gut, BBC Radiophonic Workshop, and Species of Fishes. The issue features ????’s newcomer Volruptus as well as techno titans Steffi, Perc, and Rødhåd. Loke Rahbek of Posh Isolation reveals the story of the punk and noise scene in Copenhagen. The organisers of Berlin Atonal and Varg as the festival’s a guest curator speak about the programming of Berlin’s significant experimental playground. An insider view sheds light on the gradual development of electronic music culture in Kyiv, with presidents and revolutions aside.
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Borshch Issue 4: Sound Mind
Cat: 789584 Rel: 11 Sep 20
 
Featuring Aisha Devi, Object Blue, Jass, Marie Davidson and more.
Notes: In the pursuit of a sound mind, Borshch 4 explores the power of music to reach the darkest corners of the psyche and drive out an unquiet spirit. Aisha Devi, Object Blue, and Jasss experience the healing capabilities of music and its potential to purge, transform, and enlighten. Marie Davidson confesses about obsessive and destructive behaviors and the role of music in her process. Prequel Tapes reveals a new musical identity after physical trauma. Bergsonist creates sonic weapons to soothe anxieties, while Iron Sight uses distorted sounds as armor for a sensitive nature.
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Borshch Issue 5: Dark Side
Cat: 789583 Rel: 11 Sep 20
 
Featuring Deena Abdelwahed, Lucrecia Dalt, Alessandro Adriani and more.
Notes: In sweaty basements and concrete cathedrals, we enter the darkness. We challenge our senses with obscure electronic music and unsettling environments to feel comfortable with our discomfort. Animistic Beliefs, Deena Abdelwahed, Rrose, Lucrecia Dalt, Klein, Alessandro Adriani, and Ziur commit to neither darkness nor light. In the democratic culture of shadows embodied in DIY studios and on stuffy dancefloors, these musicians experiment with our dark sides. In their process, sins, injustice, and disquiet are as human and real as pleasures and joy. Think of entering the dark as an act of coming home, to the cave where the primary source of life is hidden.

Borshch is a magazine for electronic music on and beyond the dancefloor.
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Borshch Issue 6: Coming Home
Borshch Issue 6: Coming Home (magazine (comes in different covers, cannot guarantee which cover you will receive))
Cat: 789580 Rel: 11 Sep 20
 
Featuring Lanark Artefax, Lyra Pramuk, Hiro Kone, Bill Kouligas, Amnesia Scanner, Helena Hauff and more.
Notes: Lately, everything's been weird. The feeling of vulnerability, fragmentation of time, space and memory, lack of solid ground. It's time to listen, improvise, and feel again. For many musicians, it's also been time to return to where they started, come back home, and remember what mattered before they grew up. In our conversations, Lanark Artefax, Lyra Pramuk, Nazar, Hiro Kone, Bill Kouligas, Amnesia Scanner, Farwarmth, Helena Hauff, and Racine review pieces and bits of their memories, values, and intentions with creating music. When you return to where you started and remember the days when the world was big, and you were small, and nothing was impossible, you begin to play again. You free and protect your inner child. You are at home.

The 'coming home' issue is a tribute to many musicians' fragile state of mind in recent months. Conversations with lanark artefax, lyra pramuk, hiro kone, bill kouligas, amnesia scanner, and helena hauff took place in the middle of the lockdown. it felt like an inward slowdown helped each of them stay hopeful and dreamy when everything was coming to pieces, and old structures wouldn't work anymore.

Borshch is a magazine for electronic music on and beyond the dancefloor. founded in berlin in 2017 by mariana berezovska and tiago biscaia, it's a space to provoke open dialogues and challenge established ideas about making, listening, and dancing to music. through physical and digital formats, borshch discusses the artistic, social, and political impact of electronic music on contemporary culture in and outside the club settings. the print edition of the magazine is published biannually.

Please note: magazine cover varies and particular cover cannot not be specified for order.


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Chips & Beer 10
Chips & Beer 10 (magazine)
Cat: 796454 Rel: 02 Nov 20
 1 in stock $11.94
Cicada Songs
Cicada Songs (zine + USB stick)
Cat: 762910 Rel: 27 Jan 20
 
zine + USB stick
Notes: Eight-track compilation in AIFF and 320 MP3 on a metal USB stick, with an accompanying A5 full-colour zine. Zine is also included as a pdf on the USB stick.

The zine features an interview from Discwoman's Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson, writing on off-Facebook event organizing from Adwoa Afful, a beautiful cover from collage artist Fenna Fiction, and a guide to recognizing opioid overdoses and administering Naloxone from Liz Singh and Sara Martin in Toronto. It also features a comic from Finnish artist @juicycomics and a poem from Wafa Ktaech.
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Discreet Music Mag #1
Discreet Music Mag #1 (A5 magazine)
Cat: 779318 Rel: 04 Aug 20
 
This magazine accompanies the launch of new record shop Discreet Music in Gothenburg, Sweden
Notes: First issue of the magazine featuring lengthy interviews with Clayton Noone (CJA, Armpit, Root Don Lonie For Cash etc) and Monokultur.

Full colour printing, A5, written in English.
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Knowledge Magazine 25 Year Anniversary
Cat: 762973 Rel: 11 Mar 20
 
hard-back book
Notes: From 1994 - 2014 Knowledge magazine was the essential destination for the latest drum & bass news and features. Whether it was the latest output from Critical, interviews with Ram artists or the latest mix by Hospital Records, there's no denying the impact it had on the drum & bass scene.

Now Knowledge has returned with a special one-off book celebrating their 25th anniversary. There have been some special issues in the past but this is the biggest and best Knowledge ever.
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Mojo Magazine May 2020 (includes unmixed CD)
Cat: 771614 Rel: 27 Mar 20
 
magazine
Notes: MOJO 318 features Foo Fighters, Jarvis Cocker, Margo Price and more.
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Neural #65: Redirecting Networks
Cat: 789526 Rel: 07 Sep 20
 
Featuring interviews with Kyriaki Goni, Tiziana Terranova, Roel Roscam Abbing and Dennis De Bel, Tim Shaw & more!
Notes: Co-editor: Rachel O'Dwyer; interviews with Kyriaki Goni, Tiziana Terranova, Roel Roscam Abbing and Dennis De Bel, Tim Shaw, Surya Mattu; Dreaming otherwise: the past and future of community wireless networks; We Organise You Music, So You Don't Have To; reports: FAEN 2019, Mud Muses, Nam June Paik exhibition...

Neural is a printed magazine dealing with new media art, with a peculiar attention to the networked and conceptual use of technology in art (the so-called net.art), hacktivism, or activism using electronic media to express itself, and electronic music, investigating how the technology is involved in music production, consumption and experimentation.

Neural was founded in 1993 by Alessandro Ludovico and Minus Habens Records label owner Ivan Iusco in Bari (Italy). The magazine's mission is to be a magazine of ideas, becoming a node in a larger network of digital culture publishers. The magazine is also committed to give its topics a proper visual frame: focusing on graphic design and how it could have expressed the electronic culture in a sort of printed "interface", exploiting at the same time the "sensorial" possibilities of the printed page.
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On The Potential Of Limited Order by Marc Schwegler
Cat: 779172 Rel: 03 Aug 20
 
On the Potential of Limited Order is the English translation of an essay written by former zweikommasieben editor Marc Schwegler
Notes: The original German text, written as a companion piece to Andrea Taeggi's album Nomeri-Tere now appears in an English translation by N. Cyril Fischer and a completely re-worked design by Dorothee Dahler and Kaj Lehmann.

On the Potential Of Limited Order begins with a consideration of the conceptual framework for Nomeri-Tere.

Schwegler then reflects on current tendencies in music and sound art concerned with romanticizing the selfexpression of a constructed Other, both of objects and sound itself. In a tour de force through the history of modern Western thought, the essay draws from structuralism and phenomenology to argue for a strictly antiessentialist ontology of sound.

Riso-printed magazine, hand-bound with white thread
- 20 pages
- Size: 105 x 297 mm
- Edition of 100
- Includes a link to the digital version Andrea Taeggi's Nomeri-Tere
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Shindig! Issue 105
Shindig! Issue 105 (equipment)
Cat: 784083 Rel: 02 Oct 20
 2 in stock $9.39
Shindig! Issue 106
Shindig! Issue 106 (magazine)
Cat: 787082 Rel: 11 Aug 20
 
Magazine
Notes: Shindig! issue no. 106 contains features on Marsha Hunt, Marc Bolan, The Cyrkle, Fanny, Shirley Collins, Spirit, Brian Protheroe, El Goodo, Colorama, Little Richard, Kit Sebastian and Green Seagull. Of course you also get the usual sections such as Shindiggin', What's Hot On The Shindig! Turntable, Thoughts & Words, Letters And Emails, It's A Happening Thing, and so on.
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Shindig! Issue 108
Shindig! Issue 108 (magazine)
Cat: 796615 Rel: 06 Nov 20
 
A4 magazine
Notes: Shindig! 108 features Todd Rundgren on the cover with an article chronicling his fascinating career in the 1970s as an in-demand producer and solo artist.

Other features/reviews include Third Ear Band, Dory Previn and Bobbie Gentry.
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Shindig! Issue 110
Shindig! Issue 110 (magazine)
Cat: 804338 Rel: 15 Jan 21
 
A4 magazine
Notes: Shindig! issue no. 110 contains features on King Crimson, Pretty Things' 'Parachute' at 50, Beachwood Sparks, Camille Yarbrough, Rab Noakes, Joey Molland, Kelley Stoltz, America, Beautify Junkyards and Anthony Moore. Of course you also get the usual sections such as Shindiggin', What's Hot On The Shindig! Turntable, Thoughts & Words, Letters And Emails, It's A Happening Thing, and so on.
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The Big Takeover Magazine Issue 87
Cat: 806350 Rel: 21 Dec 20
 
Big Takeover issue #87 (Joe Pernice of Pernice Brothers cover)
Notes: The issue stars beloved, fantastic singer/songwriter Joe Pernice of Pernice Brothers on the cover, and features fabulous history interviews with Cleveland '60s stars The Outsiders of "Time Won't Let Me" fame, Lisa Fancher marking the 40th Anniversary of her revered Frontier Records label, the fine art letterpress album design master Bruce Licher from the bands Savage Republic and Scenic and also-incredible four-decade label Independent Project, reunited New York post-punk legends Flower celebrating their first album in 30 years, and ongoing New York institution Blue Oyster Cult.

There's also have multi-page conversations with Elizabeth Stokes and Jonathan Pearce of The Beths , Robert Pollard of Guided By Voices part II, and the evergreen Peter Garrett of Midnight Oil.

Plus there are shorter chats with Throwing Muses and Belly star Tanya Donelly, Metz, Protomartyr, Mark Gardener of Ride, Travis, No Joy, Bootblacks, Iress, bdrmm, Cut/Copy, Jeff "Monoman" Conelly of Boston garage rock kings Lyres, and more!
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Ugly Things Magazine Issue #55
Cat: 803177 Rel: 14 Dec 20
 
Feat Magic Fern, Bun E Carlos interview, Brian Jones in Morocco, and lots more.
Notes: Issue 55 details the fascinating history of the Magic Fern, one of the key bands in Seattle's psychedelic music scene in 1966-68. Photographer Eric Hayes shares his journey through the 1960s, along with some remarkable rare photos of the Yardbirds live onstage in 1966, and the Stones in the studio in early 1969-their last sessions with Brian Jones. David Holzer provides new insight into Brian's musical expeditions in Morocco and the making of the talismanic album 'Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Joujouka'. Tim Stegall talks at length with Bun E. Carlos about the early days of Cheap Trick-the first installment of a two-part feature. Phil Milstein delves into the mystery of authors Michael Leigh and Harry Roskolenko in a fascinating deep exploration of the origins of the Velvet Underground's name. Also: Michael Lucas offers an appreciation of dark country master Porter Wagoner, Scandinavian beat merchants the Beachers (once billed as 'Sweden's ugliest group'!), King Records R&B icon Otis Williams, Bay Area garage band the Mockers (whose members included a teenage Carlos Santana), enigmatic DIY folkie Scott Seskind, South America's Los Shakers, UK psych icons July, Budapest beat group Hungaria, and the wild saga of ace Swedish garage revivalists the Crimson Shadows. And of course acres of reviews of all the latest reissues and rock 'n' roll related books.
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Volume! No. 16-2, La Voix Pop: Nouveaux Outils, Nouvelles Approches Analytiques
Cat: 784365 Rel: 23 Jul 20
 
This double issue explores new analytical methods to characterize the pop voice in its singularities
Notes: Volume! The French journal of popular music studies is the only peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the study of contemporary popular music.

It is published biannually by the Editions Melanie Seteun, a publishing association specialized in popular music. The journal is in French with some non-translated articles in English.

Volume! was established in 2002 under the title Copyright Volume! by Gerome Guibert, Marie-Pierre Bonniol and Samuel Etienne, and obtained its current name in 2008.
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Wire Magazine: August 2020 Issue #438 + The Wire Tapper 53 CD
Cat: 782488 Rel: 04 Aug 20
 
Issue featuring Lonnie Holley, John Edwards, Caroline Kraabel, Marisa Anderson & more!
Notes: Includes The Wire Tapper 53 - attached to the cover of every copy of the August issue will be a CD of the latest in our ongoing series of underground music anthologies, featuring 16 new tracks by Beatriz Ferreyra, Max Eilbacher, Sheng Jie, Chouk Bwa & The Angstromers, Manongo Mujica & Terje Evenson, Tolouse Low Trax, McPhee/Rempis/Reid/Lopez/Nilssen-Love, and more.

In the magazine: Six-string theories: An extended feature exploring the cosmos of fingerpicking guitar new and old, with outlaw counter-cultural storyteller Marisa Anderson profiled by fellow guitarist James Toth aka Wooden Wand, plus Robbie Basho, Sarah Louise, Glenn Jones on tuning, and much more.

The Primer: DJ tools - From beats 'n' breaks to locked grooves and sample libraries, Michaelangelo Matos provides a users guide to the DJs' weapons of choice that have shaped club sounds of the last 40 years. Invisible Jukebox: John Edwards x Caroline Kraabel - Two of London free music's most energetic improvisors test their reactions in our regular mystery record text.
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Wire Magazine: December 2020 Issue #442
Cat: 798187 Rel: 12 Nov 20
Notes: Veteran Canadian metal experimentalists Voivod talk to Joseph Stannard about sci-fi theories, channelling Crimson, Floyd and Foetus, and working with brass on their recent The End Of Dormancy EP; pathbreaking pedal steel guitarist Susan Alcorn tells Peter Margasak about her latest quintet with Mary Halvorson and others; London rooted Japanese duo Keiko Yamamoto and Rie Nakajima aka O YAMA O take the Invisible Jukebox test, and much more TBA!
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Wire Magazine: February 2021 Issue #444
Cat: 809666 Rel: 14 Jan 21
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Wire Magazine: March 2020 Issue #433
Cat: 764212 Rel: 13 Feb 20
 
magazine
Notes: On the cover: Cinema For The Ears: The innovations of contemporary electronic and experimental music are increasingly informing the sound of modern cinema - Oneohtrix Point Never, Fatima Al Qadiri, Bobby Krlic and Colin Stetson discuss their involvement in this audiovisual evolution. By Dan Barrow, Abi Bliss, Lara C Cory and Steph Kretowicz. Also inside this issue: Resetting The Rhythm: Percussionists Eli Keszler, Tim Barnes, Will Guthrie and Claire Rousay are drumming up new worlds of possibility. By Joshua Minsoo Kim. Yeah You: Daughter-father duo Elvin Brandhi and Gustav Thomas demonstrate the eternal power of the rant via their ramshackle lo-fi assemblages. By Tristan Bath. Invisible Jukebox with Seb Rochford, Global Ear in Maputo, an Epiphany by Jeff Mills, Inner Sleeve chosen by Elaine Mitchener. Plus: Nappy Nina, John T Gast, Sightless Pit, Dali de Saint Paul, 35 pages of reviews and much more.
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Wire Magazine: October 2020 Issue #440
Cat: 789579 Rel: 02 Oct 20
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Wire Magazine: September 2020 Issue #439
Cat: 786362 Rel: 14 Aug 20
 
Issue features Mourning [A] BLKstar, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Lao Dan, Bunita Marcus & many more!
Notes: Inside this issue:

Mourning [A] BLKstar: The prolific Cleveland, Ohio ensemble speak to the power of community with a continually evolving amalgam of soul, funk, blues and jazz. By Neil Kulkarni

Beverly Glenn-Copeland: The resurgent Philadelphia born singer-songwriter's new age folk-pop promotes compassion and kindness in defiance of harsh reality. By Joshua Minsoo Kim

Lao Dan: The Chinese multi-instrumentalist blends formal training with strategies of unlearning to create stark and physically demanding works. By Josh Feola

Bunita Marcus: The post-minimalist composer and conductor quietly reclaims the spotlight. By Louise Gray

Invisible Jukebox: Marcia Bassett × Samara Lubelski: New York psych/folk/noise lifers experience both sides of The Wire's mystery record selection

Unlimited Editions: Anomia

Unofficial Channels: CHEWn!

Theresa Wong: The rulebreaking cellist gets sensitive. By Julian Cowley

No Home: London bedroom punk artfully bemoans the rat race. By Stephanie Phillips

Alan Braufman: Second wind for the New York saxophonist. By Philip Clark

Eve Maret: Electronic therapy, Eno homages and community soundcraft from the Nashville synthesist. By Emily Bick

Global Ear: Our regular column continues to report on music in the time of pandemic. This month: record shop survivalism in Leeds and clubbing compilations in Lisbon

The Inner Sleeve: East Man on Play For Today: Destiny

Epiphanies: A teacher's mixtape reveals other aspects of Eric Dolphy to Harald Kisiedu
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Zweikommasieben Magazin #21
Zweikommasieben Magazin #21 (softbook cover magazine)
Cat: 779141 Rel: 21 Jul 20
 
Softcover book magazine
Notes: Zweikommasieben is a magazine that has been devoted to the documentation of contemporary music and sound since the summer of 2011. The magazine features artist interviews, essays, and columns as well as photography, illustration, and graphics. Issue #21 includes:

-interviews with Anthony Pateras, Asma Maroof, Ben Vince, MC Buzzz, Dasychira, East Man, Laila Sakini, Lung Dart, Lyra Pramuk, Mark Knekelhuis, Sicaria Sound, Sonia Calico, Stine Janvin, and VTSS

-essays on Nicolas Jaar as well as by Annie Garlid and Flora Yin-Wong

-contributions by A Flolder (aka Powell, Michael Amstad, and Marte Eknaes), Elg, and the Nihilist Spasm Band

-columns by Alex Rudolph (feat. poetry by Chirstof Szalay), George Gatsas (photos), and Michael Eby ("Art Review" on an exhibition by Graham Lambkin)

-144 pages
-size: 200 x 285mm
-edition of 2000
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Zweikommasieben Magazin #22
Cat: 803053 Rel: 08 Dec 20
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