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French edition
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A text by Antonin Artaud illustrated with a 15-minute unreleased sound piece by Nurse With Wound entitled To Another Awareness.

French edition
The third and last volume of the publication dedicated to the French underground musical scene.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Text transcript of the speech given by Evan Parker in May 1992 in Rotterdam as part of a series of concerts on the theme “Man & Machine.” Dedicated to Buschi Niebergall, De Motu brings a fascinating insight into the art of the British saxophonist.

French edition
Edgar Varese, Francois Tusques, Tristan Tzara, Thomas Bonvalet, Nick Cave, interview with saxophonist Harutaka Mochizuki by Guillaume Belhomme, 90 book and music reviews.

bilingual edition (English / French)
An ABC book with which the pianist, composer and improviser recounts his experience of sound (with the score and recording on CD of an unpublished piece).

French edition
The life and times of jazz multi-instrumentalist Eric Dolphy, free-jazz precursor and collaborator of Charles Mingus, John Coltrane, and Ornette Coleman.

French edition
The second volume of the publication dedicated to the French underground musical scene.

French edition
A story of love and drunkenness with Venus in Zurich's forest, by German writer Oskar Panizza. This edition comes with a musical piece and illustrations by experimental intermedia duo My Cat Is An Alien.

French edition
Kurt Schwitters' Merz Manifesto; AMM by David Grubbs; Daunik Lazro's discography reviewed by Luc Bouquet and... Daunik Lazro; interviews with Anna Tjan from the label Dancing Wayang and Dave Phillips; on Lonely Woman by Ornette Coleman. Plus: some sixty book and record reviews.

bilingual edition (English / French)
In Western Australia, musician Ross Bolleter collects ruined pianos that he parks into open cemeteries and from which he draws his inspiration for his compositions. In this publication, Bolleter explains his musical practice and tells the unique story of these ruined pianos scattered in the heart of the Australian territory.

French edition
Billy and her sister Betty live in a futuristic American suburban society obsessed with sex. A series of “disturbing” events will change their lives into a grotesque comic novel… Published in 1968 by Grove Press, Billy & Betty is a biting satire of the American way of life, somewhere between Burgess, Calaferte or the Monty Pythons, and a cult object that inspired Nurse with Wound.

bilingual edition (English / French)
A collection of quotations from the great American jazzman, organized as an alphabet book. More than a hundred entries based on the testimonies of musicians (Steve Lacy, Sahib Shihab, Henri Renaud) and journalists (Leonard Feather, Ira Gitler, Val Wilmer…).

French edition
The words of Guillaume Belhomme inspired American musician Daniel Menche to create a 20-minute composition (mastered by Andrew Liles) which recalls the atmosphere of the French writer's text: a train on the move, a glass, the color of blood...

French edition
A unique firsthand account of the French underground musical scene since 1968 (with Christian Vander, Richard Pinhas, Daunik Lazro, Albert Marcoeur, Pascal Comelade, Pierre Bastien, Jac Berrocal, Jean-Louis Costes...).

bilingual edition (English / French)
Influential musician Andrew Liles releases a dark and fantastic literary work relating to childhood and sufferings, illustrated with six images and a sound piece.

French edition
French musical website Le son du grisli now in print version. First issue includes: Jason Kahn, Sven-Åke Johansson, La Monte Young, Nurse With Wound, Zbigniew Karkowski, 1910's Manifesto of the Futurist Painters…

bilingual edition (English / French)
3 tales of childhood and disappearance by William Wordsworth, accompanied by the primitive and free metal music of French duo Talweg.

trilingual edition (texts in English, German, French)
In 2015, musicians Urs Leimgruber, Jacques Demierre and Barre Phillips gave a series of concerts on both sides of the Atlantic with their band LDP as part of the “Listening” Tour. Listening is their tour's logbook and gathers memories, anecdotes, thoughts and pictures.

bilingual edition (English / French)
An electrical poem by Charles Plymell first published in 1966 in Lawrence Ferlinghetti's City Lights Journal, with a CD on which Bill Nace plays a music inspired by his own reading of Apocalypse Rose.

French edition
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A literary text by Guillaume Belhomme combining metafiction and cut-up, with a CD on which Daunik Lazro performs Vieux Carré, a composition by Joe McPhee evoking the old French Quarter of New Orleans.

French edition
Guillaume Belhomme's first fictional narrative.

French edition
A novella.

French edition
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First French translation of the famous 1966 interview with the American saxophonist by writer and jazz specialist Frank Kofsky.

French edition
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The second issue of the French magazine dedicated to jazz and experimental music. Featuring: John Stevens, Bertrand Denzler, Piero Manzoni, Michel Henritzi, Ignaz Schick, Arthur Doyle's Nature Boy, contributions by David Toop, Luc Bouquet, Pierre Cécile, Philippe Robert, Guillaume Tarche, Guillaume Belhomme, and more than 60 reviews.

French edition
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A “man” tells his fabulous past as an ape, from his capture to his adaptation to the world of men, to the members of an Academy of Sciences. This edition of A Report to an Academy, a short story by the great Kafka, is accompanied by a musical piece especially written by Nurse With Wound (here, Steven Stapleton, Colin Potter, Andrew Liles, Matt Waldron, Quentin Rollet, and It could be Worse).

texts in Swedish
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Limited edition box set with 43 instrumental tracks recorded with an alto saxophone, a radio and an electric toothbrush by Mart Küchen. The musical pieces are accompanied by four poems written by the Swedish musician and eight plates by Austrian plastic artist Johannes Heuer.

French edition
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French edition
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For Bunita Marcus is a piano piece recorded in 1986 by contemporary composer Morton Feldman. Guillaume Belhomme revisits the singular relationship he shares with this track and gives a sharp analysis of it. This reeissue is completed with a fictitious letter from Feldman to American painter Philip Guston entitled Une minute, une seule.

French edition
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This volume gathers interviews with 25 prominent musicians focusing on the influence of spirituality in their works.

bilingual edition (English / French)
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Fifty verses by New-York musician Moondog.

French edition
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On the occasion of the republication of eight texts by Charles-Louis Philippe (1874-1909), Nurse With Wound (here, Steven Stapleton & Brian Conniffe) wrote "Music for Miscellaneous: A Piece of the Sky Is Missing", an unreleased mini CD included in the book.

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French edition
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A text by André Salmon on French anarchist Léon Léhautier, accompanied by a mini-CD containing a piece by Nurse With Wound, Close to You.

French edition
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A study of John Coltrane's live recordings.

French edition
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A seminal text (and introduction to some 25000 pages of drawings, collages, autobiographical writings and compositions by Adolf Wölfli), this “short autobiography” of a major figure in the history of art brut is accompanied by a mini-CD containing the two interpretations of Wölfli's graphic scores by Nurse With Wound, first published in 1986.

French edition
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Second (and last) volume of the short retrospective of the blog Au grisli clandestin, a visual annex of the musical website Le son du grisli.

French edition
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The reissue of the Manifesto of Futurist Musicians (written in 1911), in which the Italian composer, musicologist and ethnographer Francesco Balilla Pratella (1880-1955) explains the "violent and absolute principles" of a futuristic music which inspired Luigi Russolo's The Art of Noises.

French edition
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First publication in French dedicated to Jackie McLean (1931-2006).

French edition
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In thirty-two pages, Pierre Cecile tells his (fictional?) discovery of Sonic Youth's music.

French edition
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A short retrospective of the blog Au grisli clandestin, a visual annex of the musical website Le son du grisli.

French edition
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Guillaume Belhomme's first fictional narrative (limited edition with a musical piece by Michael Esposito on a mini CD).