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Room 1 (USB)
Cat: HR 019. Rel: 20 Dec 18
  1. Drown Later
  2. Yellow Sick Glow
  3. Room1
  4. Blinding Partner
  5. Headfirst
  6. It's Just The Sea Being Green
Review: "Room 1" comes in a special limited edition of 100 USB sticks with a poster designed by artist Jack Kimberly, enclosed in a plastic ziplock bag.

Includes unlimited streaming of Room 1 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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 in stock $12.61
Geography Of The Abyss (CD in hard-back book case)
Cat: CIS 043CD. Rel: 11 May 20
  1. M-path
  2. State Of Absorption
  3. Primitive Joy
  4. Knowledge Is Ignorance
  5. Stream Entry
  6. Children Four
  7. Neuroplastics
  8. You Won't Find Peace Here
  9. Pain, Your Teacher
  10. Falling Out Of A Hole
  11. Life Without Fear
 in stock $11.56
Cat's Squirrel (CD in hard-back book sleeve)
Cat: HHCD 04130740. Rel: 15 Mar 19
  1. Cat's Squirrel 1
  2. Cat's Squirrel 2
 in stock $15.25
VARIOUS
Cat: 78P 101D. Rel: 05 Aug 15
  1. The 78 Project Movie (DVD)
Review: The 78 Project is on a journey across America to make one-of-a-kind 78rpm records with musicians in their hometowns using a 1930s Presto direct-to-disc recorder. With one microphone. With one blank disc. In one 3-minute take.

Along the way, a kaleidoscope of technologists, historians and craftsmen from every facet of field recording - Grammy-winning producers, 78 collectors, curators from the Library of Congress and Smithsonian - provide insights and history. In Tennessee, Mississippi, California, Louisiana, the folk singers, punk rockers, Gospel and Cajun singers in the film share their lives through intimate performances, and find in that adventure a new connection to our cultural legacy.

With musical performances by Reverend John Wilkins (Como, MS), Louis Michot, Corey Ledet & Ashlee Michot (Arnaudville, LA), Victoria Williams (Los Angeles, CA), John Doe (Fairfax, CA), Dawn Landes (Brooklyn, NY), Holly Williams w/ Chris Coleman (Nashville, TN), John Reilly & Tom Brosseau (Pasadena, CA), Gaby Moreno & Adam Levy (Los Angeles, CA), Jaron Lanier (Berkeley, CA), Ella Mae Bowen (Franklin, TN), Dylan LeBlanc (Franklin, TN), Coati Mundi (Murrieta, CA), The Bo-Keys w/ Percy Wiggins (Memphis, TN), John Paul Keith (Memphis, TN), Ben Vaughn (Wonder Valley, CA), Sea of Bees (Sacramento, CA), The Easy Leaves (Santa Rosa, CA) and Little Wings (Topanga Canyon, CA)

And featuring:
Todd Harvey (Library of Congress, Washington, DC), Jeff Place (Smithsonian, Washington, DC), Richard Matthews (Leeds Radio, Brooklyn, NY), Wayne Cory (Apollo Masters, Banning, CA), Joe Bussard (Frederick, MD), Bob Saliba (Randolph, NJ), Alan Graves (Port Tobacco, MD) and Matt Barton & Brad McCoy (Library of Congress, Culpeper, VA)
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Cat: 697083 Rel: 02 Oct 19
 
Limited edition black Em Records t-shirt, size large
Notes: To celebrate the label's anniversary, Em has had a small run of t-shirts made up, with the classic ear/heart logo, on white United Athle tees, with an Em logo inside collar label.
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 2 in stock $26.29
Cat: 697084 Rel: 02 Oct 19
 
Limited edition black Em Records t-shirt, size medium
Notes: To celebrate the label's anniversary, Em has had a small run of t-shirts made up, with the classic ear/heart logo, on white United Athle tees, with an Em logo inside collar label.
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 2 in stock $26.29
Big Train Seasons 1 & 2 (DVD (Region 1 NTSC format))
Cat: 713378 Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
BBC sketch show starring Julia Davis, Simon Pegg & Catherine Tate
Notes: Originally shown in 1998, Big Train was the eagerly awaited follow-up to Father Ted from writers Graham Linehan and Arthur Matthews. Resisting the pressure to make another sitcom, Big Train is, instead, a sketch show in the best Monty Python tradition, updated with influences from arch-surrealist Chris Morris as well as the contemporary The Fast Show. The sketches can be joyously odd--Pythonesque firefighting showjumpers, the evil hypnotist, and the outrageous onanistic office workers, for example--but the show never neglects to keep the punchlines coming thick and fast (though the animated staring contest does rather drag after a while). The cast comprises some of the best new names in comedy, including Kevin Eldon, Simon Pegg, Mark Heap, Julia Davis and Amelia Bullmore (who went on to become Alan Partridge's Ukrainian girlfriend).

Series 2 didn't pull into the platform until 2002, by which time Graham Linehan was absent writing Black Books. But Arthur Matthews maintains the quality of the first series on the whole--the man with oversized hands, the creepy cult questionnaire, the zookeeper's recruitment agency--adding some spot-on French art house cinema spoofs and other movie-style take offs somewhat in the manner of Spaced, which Pegg and Heap had gone on to make. That duo return here for more silliness along with new cast members Rebecca Front (The Day Today, Knowing Me, Knowing You) and Tracey-Ann Oberman (better known now as Chrissie Watts in Eastenders).

On the DVD: Big Train belatedly arrives on DVD in a two-disc set which includes a plethora of deleted scenes for both Series 1 and 2. There are cast biogs plus three of the sketches as performed on a German TV sketch show. Commentary on the first series is by both writers, though happily Pegg, Heap and Eldon gatecrash halfway through. Matthews and Eldon join director and producer for the somewhat more straight-faced commentary on the second disc. Menu options thankfully include the treasurable "Play all" facility. --Mark Walker

Region 1 NTSC format. Will only play on multiregion DVD players.
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 3 in stock $32.61
Cat: 494310 Rel: 18 Jun 13
 1 in stock $29.45
Live In Lisbon 2010 (DVD (PAL, region 2))
Cat: 723359 Rel: 20 Mar 19
 
Tangerine Dream live DVD
Notes: Recorded 25th March, 2010 at the Coliseum Theatre in Lisbon, Portugal.
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Cat: 723355 Rel: 16 Apr 20
 1 in stock $19.98
Cat: 723356 Rel: 16 Apr 20
 1 in stock $25.78
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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 4 in stock $15.77
Cat: 721642 Rel: 06 Mar 19
 
Feat 'The Great Learning', Congo Natty, Slikback, June Chikuma, Ivan Conti & more!
 1 in stock $5.53
Cat: 766349 Rel: 11 Mar 20
 
magazine
Notes: On the cover: Thundercat: Schooled in jazz, funk, punk and more, the flamboyant bassist, vocalist and songwriter brings mischief, mirth and melancholy to that most misunderstood of genres - fusion. By Phil Freeman. Plus essays on fusion past, present and future by Greg Tate and John Morrison. Also inside this issue: Gal Costa: Ahead of a rare UK live date, the Brazilian musician and vocalist discusses bossa nova, tropica'lia, political engagement and remaining open to the unexpected. By Russ Slater. Jarboe: The erstwhile Swans vocalist and Neurosis collaborator returns with an intimate collection of reflective songs inspired by her travels. By Claire Biddles. Roger & Brian Eno: With a collaborative album in the can, the Eno brothers discuss the anatomy of ambient music. By Philip Clark. Invisible Jukebox with William Gibson, Global Ear in Los Angeles, an Epiphany by Coldcut's Matt Black, Inner Sleeve chosen by Breadwoman. Plus: Gentle Stranger, Sunwatchers, Jessica Ekomane, dumama + kechou, The Wire Tapper 52, 39 pages of reviews, and much more.
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 1 in stock $6.30
Cat: 668496 Rel: 08 Nov 17
 
Feat Quantum Natives, Li Jianhong & Wei Wei, Hedley Jones, Mary Jane Leach & more!
 1 in stock $5.00
Cat: 753843 Rel: 07 Nov 19
 
Feat Clipping, Jahtari, Philip Thomas, Howe Gelb & more!
 1 in stock $5.78
Cat: 714600 Rel: 16 Jan 19
 
Feat Joe McPhee, Michael Snow, Achim Zepezauer, Orgue Agnes, Steve Gunn & more!
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 2 in stock $4.42
Cat: 759513 Rel: 17 Jan 20
 
Wire meets Wire for an extensive interview on their 40+ years as post-punk pioneers and innovators in the lead article
Notes: On the cover: Wire: Since 1977's Pink Flag, Wire have crushed and expanded rock at will. About to release their 17th album Mind Hive, the most stable line-up in the band's history discuss facing the future while repurposing the past. By Dan Barrow. Also inside this issue: Katie Gately: Bereavement and ritual inform the new album from the Los Angeles based avant pop auteur. By Emily Pothast. Frank Denyer: With his unusual instrumental combinations and penchant for microtonality and extended technique, the English composer offers sanctuary from sensory overload. By Sam Richards. Plus: Invisible Jukebox with Mayo Thompson, Epiphanies by Ryley Walker, The Inner Sleeve chosen by Freedom To Spend, plus Marcela Lucatelli, Nava & Shayna Dunkelman, Terry Allen, 100s of reviews and more.
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 1 in stock $6.30
Cat: 714124 Rel: 07 Dec 18
 
Featuring releases of the year, critics' & artist's reflections, Jazz & Protest, Black Noise, Climate Sounds & more!
 1 in stock $5.53
Cat: 757380 Rel: 05 Dec 19
 
2019 Rewind Edition: The Year In Underground Music - plus Hildur Gudnadottir, Tony Conrad, Bob Mould & more!
Notes: 2019 Rewind: Our massive annual survey of the last 12 months in underground music, including our definitive records of the year charts; opinion, analysis, musings and reflections from 2019's most active and influential critics, artists and musicians; plus Claire Sawers on science fiction in contemporary sounds from Moor Mother to Clipping; Rob Turner on new journeys in longform listening; Emily Bick on why music criticism matters, and more!
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 1 in stock $6.30
Cat: 653589 Rel: 06 Jun 17
 
Feat Nicole Mitchell, Kassel Jaeger, Evan Parker, Shabazz Palaces & more!
 1 in stock $5.53
Cat: 691023 Rel: 07 Jun 18
 
Feat Nadah El Shazly, Maurice Louca, Dwarfs Of East Agouza, Alan Tomlinson, Angelique Kidjo & more!
 1 in stock $5.53
Cat: 735536 Rel: 05 Jun 19
 
Feat Moor Mother, Ellen Arkbro, Bohman Brothers & more!
Notes: Moor Mother - Philadelphia poet, punk, polymath and noise maker Camae Ayewa has been kicking against the system with collaborations including Irreversible Entanglements, Kevin Martin aka The Bug, alongside her own mixtapes and albums addressing the legacy of colonialism and present day police violence. Plus: Latin freestyle - Peter Shapiro provides a user's guide to 1980s-era New York's freshest and flyest dance sound; Ellen Arkbro - the Swedish composer and La Monte Young student talks drones and tones.
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 1 in stock $5.53
Cat: 780257 Rel: 11 Jun 20
 
Feat Tangerine Dream, Armand Hammer, Mopomoso, Moor Mother x Rasheedah Phillips + 36 pages of reviews
 1 in stock $6.26
Cat: 729364 Rel: 10 May 19
 
Feat Charles Hayward, Equiknoxx, Mike Falana, Alexander von Schlippenbach & more!
 1 in stock $5.53
Cat: 775593 Rel: 01 Jun 20
 
Feat Arca, AGF x Vladislav Delay, Greg Fox, Rahied Ali & more!
 2 in stock $5.78
Cat: 640418 Rel: 07 Feb 17
 
Feat Aine O'Dwyer, experimental music from Canada, Moroccan Trance, Alexander Hawkins & more!
 1 in stock $4.03
Cat: 678442 Rel: 08 Feb 18
 
Feat Milford Graves, Robert Haigh, Young Echo, Kate Carr & more!
 1 in stock $5.53
Cat: 719581 Rel: 06 Feb 19
 
Feat Stephen Malkmus, Fashion Records, Jose Maceda, Annea Lockwood & more!
 1 in stock $5.53
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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 1 in stock $6.30
Cat: 726730 Rel: 09 Apr 19
 
Feat Tanya Tagaq, William Parker, Dylan Carlson, A Tribe Called Red & more!
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Cat: 772412 Rel: 17 Apr 20
 
Feat Diamanda Galas, David Behrman, Amon Tobin, Boards Of Canada & more!
 2 in stock $6.05
Cat: 749135 Rel: 07 Oct 19
 
Feat Kevin Martin + Stephen O'Malley, Joelle Leandre, Hanna Hartman, Jaimie Branch & more!
 1 in stock $6.30
Cat: 624189 Rel: 16 Sep 16
 
Wire Magazine: October 2016 Issue #392
 1 in stock $3.45
Cat: 666083 Rel: 21 Dec 17
 
Feat Eric Chenaux, Holger Czukay, Mark Wastell & more
 1 in stock $5.00
Cat: 697578 Rel: 09 Aug 18
 
Feat Low, Klaus Schulze, Oliver Coates, Makaya McCraven & more!
 1 in stock $5.53
Cat: 741036 Rel: 06 Aug 19
 
Feat Excess All Areas, Daniel Blumberg, Gilles Peterson & more!
 1 in stock $6.58
Cat: 765375 Rel: 11 Jun 20
 
paperback book
Notes: The research project "A soft hiss of this world" is focused on the loss in many aspects such as the loss of language as a result of the Anthropocene through the absence of certain states and processes that occur naturally in the environment like different states of water, snow and ice. In Finnish there are more than forty terms* to refer to them and because of the loss of these states in the landscape, the loss is also displaced to the language, in this case, the Finnish.

This research project took these words as a starting point to make hundreds of hours of recordings in the Finnish landscape. The sound of snow, ice and snowflakes are the reference and the sound material of this research project. And to obtain these sounds, as well as the possible sound differences between each snowflake, special and specific microphones were developed for this very specific and fragile recording process.
This book contains texts by three authors: Tim Ingold, Carmen Pardo and Mikel R. Nieto, on the research carried out by Nieto in Finland during 2016. The text by Tim Ingold opens the book and introduces the reader to the main subjects of the research: language, landscape, sound and listening. This text is easy to read and aims to immerse us in the Finnish landscape and in the listening act to its sounds and silences. Carmen Pardo's text unfolds first, the way in which the gaze and listening of the snow constitute the experience of a disappearance, of a concentration in the void or nothingness of which A Soft Hiss of this World participates.

The third text belongs to Mikel R. Nieto and is divided into four parts. The third part is a code that reflects the loss of most of the sound recordings made during his research with more than 600 hours of recordings. This code is the only thing that could be recovered from all recordings, except the only sound recording published in physical format as a transparent Flexi-disc.

The fourth part is the result of silencing each and every word by John Cage in his "Lecture on Nothing," leaving only the punctuation marks, such as commas, periods, separators and the last sentence of the text of Cage. Every time the transparent flexi-disc is played, the player needle wears away the vinyl and making the sound of the recording disappear. Therefore, each listening destroys the sound."
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Continuous Music: Selected Works (paperback book + MP3 download code)
Cat: 753781 Rel: 31 Oct 19
 
paper-back book
Notes: Erased Tapes presents Continuous Music: Selected Works, the first printed collection of scores from prolific pianist and Continuous Music pioneer Lubomyr Melnyk, making his unique technique available to piano lovers all around the world. This first volume contains selections from each of Melnyk’s releases on Erased Tapes, including Corollaries (2013), Evertina (2014), Rivers and Streams (2015) and a very special handwritten score of Pockets of Light, serving as an entry point to his technique. Continuous Music Selected Works also contains a previously unreleased score, The Moving Window, plus detailed notes from the composer himself. Every copy comes with audio recordings of all six pieces including a new version of Butterfly, specially recorded for the reader.
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Cat: 776354 Rel: 11 Jun 20
 
hand-numbered paperback book
Notes: Images, collages and renderings from the Fiepblatter visual archives 2000 - 2020. Limited to 300 copies, hand-numbered by Jan St. Werner.
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Cat: 710807 Rel: 04 Jan 19
 
224 page book with 7" vinyl
Notes: After having borrowed lines from Jimi Hendrix and English poets for all previous anniversary releases we struck out for this one until Kim, well after the deadline, accidentally stumbled over Johnny Cash and "Forever Words: The Unknown Poems". "Let's Put It To Music" quite nails it when it comes to the basic idea of the book and how we approach the whole process of making a record.

As Tim Gane is quotet in Adrian Shaughnessy's introduction "a Stereolab record was never finished until the cover was done". That rings true for Rune Grammofon as well, and we would like to add that a sleeve is never designed for the sole purpose of selling a product (it took 28 releases before an artist was pictured on the sleeve!), or necessarily reflect the music in any way (is that even possible?), but rather to establish a suggestive relation between the two, often based on the album title or a song title, but not in an obvious way.
After some 200 releases, I can't remember Kim ever "explaining" a sleeve design, and I can't remember me ever asking him. It's no secret that label founder Rune Kristoffersen is a big admirer of labels like Blue Note, Impulse, ECM, 4AD and Factory, to mention some labels with strong visual identities. But we can't recall another label that has worked with one designer exclusively for 20 years and 200 releases.

The exclusivity was a premise for our collaboration from the very beginning, but we certainly never had any expectations about how long we would be able to keep it going. Especially when considering that Kim is occupied on a number of arenas; as photographer, filmmaker, illustrator, painter, writer, musician, dancer and choreographer.
As one will discover, the book is far from being a catalog lining up the releases (it's not even "complete" or chronological in that sense), but gives an interesting insight by also including sketches, rejected designs and unused ideas that never left the drawing board... until now. Lists are a source of controversy, as Hedvig Mollestad discusses rather well in her text.

We haven't had much time for them either, but with the resurgence of music literature on all sort of subjects, they seem to have come alive again. And with the eclectic mix of artists on the label, why not give it a try? We figure the main funcion of lists is to arouse curiosity and hopefully lead to new cultural discoveries, which can only be a good thing. The idea of including a 7" single also came late and would depend on getting at last one track real quickly. To our delight, we miraculously ended up with what is surely three of the most beautiful tracks in our catalog, and all exclusive for this release.

Tracklist:

Side A:
1. Fire! Orchestra - Enter, Part One (With & Without Fire!)

Side B:
1. Maja SK Ratkje - Sja, Amioda
2. The Last Hurrah!! With Nora Zheng - Blues In Chinatown
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 2 in stock $31.54
Cat: 747801 Rel: 11 Nov 19
 
Journals of Patrick Cowley, with illustrations by Gwenael Rattke
Notes: Mechanical Fantasy Box is Cowley's homoerotic journal, or as he called it, "graphic accounts of one man's sex life." The journal begins in 1974 and ends in 1980 on his 30th birthday. It chronicles his slow rise to fame from lighting technician at The City Disco to crafting a ground-breaking 16-minute remix of Donna Summer's "I Feel Love" to performing with Sylvester at the SF Opera House. Vivid descriptions are told of cruising in '70s SoMA sex venues to primal highs in Buena Vista Park and composing pornophonics in his Castro apartment. The entries are introspective and show a very out-front, alive person going through the throes of gay liberation post-Stonewall.

French-born artist and Berlin resident Gwenael Rattke works in collage, silkscreen, photography and Xerox graphics. Rattke's collage works borrow from the visual codes of the 60s and 70s. Intricate, ornamental and excessive, they present "an imagined past fired with beauty and sexual freedom." For this book Rattke created 25 original illustrations inspired by selected entries, 3 street maps documenting locations mentioned herein and 4 collages of photos, ephemera and notes Patrick stuffed inside the journal. We've included Patrick's doodles too, as well as introductory essays by Josh Cheon, Theresa McGinley and Jorge Socarras.
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MTV 15.05.63 - 12.04.2017 (hardback book + CD)
Cat: 733027 Rel: 21 Jun 19
 
Limited deluxe hardback book with CD of previously unreleased material
Notes: 260 page, full colour, hardback book full of previously unseen photographs from Mika Vainio's archive and the Vainio family scrapbook, plus contributions from his musical associates, friends and family, unseen texts, a full discography of everything Vainio ever released on his own and in collaboration with others and much much more - including a CD of previously unreleased material.

The book contains a heart-wrenching collection of photographs from the Vainio family archive, a broad range of artistic contributions (text, photographic and visual remembrances) from Mika's artist friends and collaborators, an Updated and exhaustive Mika discography, Jennifer Lucy Allen's unedited transcript for her The Wire magazine 2013 "Invisible Jukebox' - one of Mika's most animated media responses, a variety of Pansonic ephemera from Paul Smith's own Blast First archives, and an album length exclusive CD of previously unreleased Pansonic performance recordings - "Turku Moai - live on Rapa Nui"."
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Notes On Other Music (paperback book)
Cat: 728944 Rel: 15 Apr 19
 
Collection of photographs, essays, interviews & conversations relating to the Edition Festival's programme since its inception in 2016
Notes: John Chantler's Stockholm-based Edition Festival presents this fine book of essays and interviews, featuring Eliane Radigue, Sarah Hennies, Francois Bayle, Francois J. Bonnet, Annea Lockwood, Leila Bordreuil, John Chantler, Terre Thaemlitz, Frida Sandstrom, Seymour Wright & Jean Luc Guionnet, Nicole Mitchell & Fumi Okiji, Cara Tolmie & Stine Janvin, Christine Odlund & Leif Elggren.

Since its 2016 inception, Editions has hosted artists from myriad aspects of the modern avant-garde spectrum. 'Notes on Other Music' provides handy expansion of the ideas running thru the festival, ranging from Kate Molleson's essay on Eliane Radigue's 'Occam Ocean' and the GRM's Francois Bayle on the French Institute's custom soundsystem 'For an Invisible Music, An Acousmonium', to Louise Gray on 'Annea Lockwood - Sound Streams', along with Frida Sandstrom's interview with Terre Thaemlitz, and "conversations" between Stine Janvin & Cara Tommie, Christine Odlund & Leif Elggren, plus photographs by Peter Brotzmann, Sarah Davachi, Ellen Fullman, Joe McPhee and many more.
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Cat: 775760 Rel: 11 May 20
 
196 page book with thread-sewn softcover, produced by Shelter Press in French & English
Notes: To resonate: re-sonare. To sound again with the immediate implication of a doubling. Sound and its double: sent back to us, reflected by surfaces, diffracted by edges and corners. Sound amplified, swathed in an acoustics that transforms it. Sound enhanced by its passing through a certain site, a certain milieu. Sound propagated, reaching out into the distance. But to resonate is also to vibrate with sound, in unison, in synchronous oscillation. To marry with its shape, amplifying a common destiny. To join forces with it. And then again, to resonate is to remember, to evoke the past and to bring it back. Or to plunge into the spectrum of sound, to shape it around a certain frequency, to bring out sonic or electric peaks from the becoming of signals.

Resonance embraces a multitude of different meanings.

Or rather, remaining always identical, it is actualised in a wide range of different phenomena and circumstances. Such is the multitude of resonances evoked in the pages below: a multitude of occurrences, events, sensations, and feelings that intertwine and welcome one other. Everyone may have their own history, everyone may resonate in their own way, and yet we must all, in order to experience resonance at a given moment, be ready to welcome it. The welcoming of what is other, whether an abstract outside or on the contrary an incarnate otherness ready to resonate in turn, is a condition of resonance. This idea of the welcome is found throughout the texts that follow, opening up the human dimension of resonance, a dimension essential to all creativity and to any exchange, any community of mind. Which means that resonance here is also understood as being, already, an act of paying attention, i.e. a listening, an exchange.

Addressing one or other of the forms that this idea of resonating can take on (extending, evoking, reverberating, revealing, transmitting), each of the contributions brought together in this volume reveals to us a personal aspect, a fragment of the enthralling territory of sonic and musical experimentation, a territory upon which resonance may unfold. The book has been designed as a prism and as a manual. May it in turn find a unique and profound resonance in each and every reader.
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Cat: 726927 Rel: 27 Mar 19
 
"A Crucible of Coming-of-Age Comedies from Animal House to Zapped!" - by Mike "McBeardo" McPadden
Notes: Born in the drive-in theatre backseats of the 1970s, the demonic fun of Teen Movie Hell ignited the 1980s VCR, cable TV, and multiplex booms that burned well into the 1990s. Between George Lucas's American Graffiti (1973) and Richard Linklater's Dazed and Confused (1993), lust-driven laff riots on the order of Animal House, Porky's, Fast Times At Ridgemont High, and Revenge of the Nerds boomed at the box office and celebrated adolescent misbehaviour run amok.

Author Mike "McBeardo" McPadden (Heavy Metal Movies) passes righteous judgment, one boobs-and-boner opus at a time, plus penetrating insight from Eddie Deezen (Grease, Zapped!), Samm Deighan, Kat Ellinger, Wendy McClure, Katie Rife, Heather Drain, Lisa Carver, Rachel McPadden, Liz Mason, Christina Ward, and Kier-La Janisse.

Tap the keg, tailor your toga, and belly flop into an exploitation odyssey of bikini Beaches, summer camps, study halls, wayward teachers, cool camp counsellors, wet t-shirts, custom vans, sexy ESP, shower peepholes, and other overlooked penal code violations!

360-page softcover book.
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