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Sub Rosa
forthcoming
A musical portrait of contemporary Beirut, as part of a trilogy dedicated to the Mediterranean Basin: a rich and complex work, intertwining acoustic elements with electronica, with the help of local musicians.

Sub Rosa
forthcoming
A musical portrait of contemporary Beirut, as part of a trilogy dedicated to the Mediterranean Basin: a rich and complex work, intertwining acoustic elements with electronica, with the help of local musicians.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Art History
forthcoming

French edition
Les presses du réel – Criticism, theory & documents
forthcoming
A collection of theoretical texts by the German composer: a valuable testimony of his research on the musical link between sound and body.

texts in English and French
Volume! – The French journal of popular music studies
This issue dedicated to Jamaican music studies presents and analyses the main characteristic features of these musical forms—from riddims to sound systems—and their associated issues—from culture to slackness. The publication features nine articles and twelve book reviews written by leading world experts (including 7 Jamaican researchers). Watch out Babylon!

texts in English and French
Jungle Juice
Sixth Issue of the fanzine-like review published by éditions Supernova. It includes poetry, photography, literature, illustrations, and essays.

English edition
Les presses du réel – Criticism, theory & documents

English edition
Neural
Near Future Laboratories, Brendan Howell, Julian Priest, Jason Kahn, Robert Pravda, Nicolas Maigret and Maria Roszkowska, Liam Young, Cinema Lascado exhibition, Cinnamon Colomboscope 2016, news and reviews in hacktivism, emusic and new media art…

English edition
Neural
Interviews with Florian Hecker, Ben Bogart, Jonas Lund, Gene Kogan, Eric Drass; AI representation in Black Mirror TV series; Machine Fallibility and Emergent Weirdness; Burak Arikan's Data Asymmetries; the “Fear and Love” exhibition at London's Design Museum…

English edition
JRP|Ringier – Monographs
Gathering works from 1994 to 2017, this new monograph focuses on the artist's fictional self-portraits from his lightbox series as well as on his musical production. It includes an iconographic documentation, essays by artists, critics, and curators, and a text by Graham himself.

English edition
Art centers, museums, galleries & varia
The Second Sound is an imaginary conversation based on the testimonies of musicians and sound artists on the role of gender and sex within their field.

English edition
Shelter Press – Books
This artist's book gathers an uncompromising collection of 200 found images and original work from Felicia Atkinson, composing a rasterized visual score.

English edition
Edition Patrick Frey
What would a current-day demon look like? The Swiss artist playfully rehabilitates these evil figures in 170 minimalist portraits—rendering them as an ideal type of the postmodern, at once terrifying and comical.

English edition
Boabooks
Publication reproducing one of Carrión's early linguistic exercises in English language, in which the conceptual artist dissects names of musical instruments to make sound appear.

English edition
PARIS, LA
Special Music Issue (included a flexi disc by D.A. Spunt).

bilingual edition (English / French)
Art centers, museums, galleries & varia
For two years, Eric La Casa has been recording the urban sonic environment of Paris from the windows of his own apartment. Between a temporary inventory and a musical documentary, Paris Quotidien is the result of this long experiment. Includes a 60-page documentation booklet with photographs.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Lenka lente
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…).

bilingual edition (English / French)
Le laps
This publication is the result of a sound improvisation project by audio artist Alexandre St-Onge. It gathers a collection of hermetic poetry texts and 13 tracks of experimental sounds to download.


Sub Rosa
Providing a selection of tracks produced during Arel's American years, this compilation puts to the fore a work which occupies a special place in the history of electronic music because of its groundbreaking role and everlasting freshness.

Sub Rosa
Providing a selection of tracks produced during Arel's American years, this compilation puts to the fore a work which occupies a special place in the history of electronic music because of its groundbreaking role and everlasting freshness.

Sub Rosa
The 4th album of Babils—an atypical six members Brussels underground band, mixing rock, new wave, psyche, kraut, experimental and repetitive music. Ji Ameeto is the first recording without the late Michel Duyck.

Sub Rosa
Surrounded by European electronic music ensemble Quatuor Tana, 4 new pieces by the unpredictable Baudouin De Jaer, pushing further the boundaries of contemporary composition.

Sub Rosa

Sub Rosa
Unreleased recordings composed for the cinema and the television.

Sub Rosa
In September 2015, Japanese legend Keiji Haino played with two of Belgium's most active and valued musicians: keyboardist Jozef Dumoulin and drummer Teun Verbruggen. The Miracles Of Only One Thing is a deep and intense testimony of this meeting.

Sub Rosa
In September 2015, Japanese legend Keiji Haino played with two of Belgium's most active and valued musicians: keyboardist Jozef Dumoulin and drummer Teun Verbruggen. The Miracles Of Only One Thing is a deep and intense testimony of this meeting.

Sub Rosa
Selected unreleased works from 1980 to 2000 by a key composer of Belgian electronic music.

Tochnit Aleph
First performance of the original 60-minute composition for string quartet in 4 parts, recorded at the Nitsch Foundation in Vienna in 2016. With Anne Harvey-Nagl and Diane Pascal on violins, Marta Potulska on viola, and Mara Achleitner on cello.

Tochnit Aleph
A new electro-acoustic composition by Berlin-based artist Stefan Roigk. The radio play like combination of poetic lectures, vocals treatments, concrete sounds and deep vocal drones is based on several live recordings and performances made between 2012 and 2015.

Tochnit Aleph
Fifth part in the Selten Gehörte Musik reissue series: recordings by Dieter Roth and Oswald Wiener, at Mosfellssveit, Iceland, from May 28 to 30, 1976.

Le Plateau / Frac Île-de-France
11 pop songs inspired by artworks from the Frac Île-de-France's collection.

Shelter Press – Records
Atkinson's most ambitious musical work to date, Hand In Hand combines 80's sci-fi anxious aethetics with today's transparency of digital sounds. Placing the voice at the epicenter of the recording, the French artist and musician convokes fiction, composition and abstraction in the manner of Joan La Barbara, Robert Ashley, or Delia Derbyshire.

Shelter Press – Records
Atkinson's most ambitious musical work to date, Hand In Hand combines 80's sci-fi anxious aethetics with today's transparency of digital sounds. Placing the voice at the epicenter of the recording, the French artist and musician convokes fiction, composition and abstraction in the manner of Joan La Barbara, Robert Ashley, or Delia Derbyshire.

Shelter Press – Records
temporarily out of stock
Budapest-based composer Gábor Lázár debuts on Shelter Press with his second full length album, Crisis of Representation: these 8 tracks created from one single type of sound constitute a true example of experimentation in the field of extreme computer music.

Shelter Press – Records
Budapest-based composer Gábor Lázár debuts on Shelter Press with his second full length album, Crisis of Representation: these 8 tracks created from one single type of sound constitute a true example of experimentation in the field of extreme computer music.

Shelter Press – Records
temporarily out of stock
The music of Swedish-Australian duo Native Instrument graciously mixes vocal experimentations and wildlife field recordings. Their debut release compiles four sound collages moving between tropical ambience, club inspired bug beats and amphibian trance.

Optical Sound
Original soundtrack of the eponymous “musicfilmdream”, in collaboration with video artist Makino Takashi. Created in tribute to late filmmaker Derek Jarman, this musical score was influenced by the early electronic recordings of pioneers like Terry Riley and Morton Feldman. The two artists first presented this work during the 2016 BFI London Film Festival.

Optical Sound
French duo Paradis Noir (Jefferson Lembeye & Olivier Le Borgne) is influenced by both the writings of Malcolm Lowry and the music of PIL, Joy Division and the Velvet Underground, as well as electro-industrial music. Thomas de Pourquery, Black Sifichi and Élise Caron collaborated on this unique album produced by Norscq. The picture disc reproduces two paintings by Tom de Pékin.

Song Cycle Records
A collection of sound works by Fluxus artists and affiliates (with Walter Marchetti, Juan Hidalgo, La Monte Young, Ben Vautier, Wolf Vostell, Milan Knižák, Robert Filliou, Alison Knowles, Emmett Williams, John Cage, Joseph Beuys, Yoko Ono, Dick Higgins, Philip Corner, Eric Andersen, Robert Watts, Nam June Paik, and Ken Friedman).

Song Cycle Records
This recording brings together two pioneers in their respective fields, sound artist Christina Kubisch and video artist Fabrizio Plessi. Two and two is the outcome of a Fluxus-oriented multimedia performance inspired by the natural elements.

Song Cycle Records
Originally released by Multhipla Records, The Entire Musical Work of Marcel Duchamp is a collection of experimental pieces composed in 1913 by the legendary artist, and executed by Petr Kotik and the S.E.M. Ensemble in 1976.
Employing chance operations and non-musical sounds, Marcel Duchamp's musical oeuvre predated some radical concepts developed forty years later by John Cage.

French edition
Le son du grisli
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
Les presses du réel – Avant-gardes
First monograph dedicated to guitarist and singer Keiji Haino—the cursed angel of the Japanese underground rock scene, with a previously unpublished CD (Haino solo & Fushitsusha).

French edition
Les presses du réel – Criticism, theory & documents
A biographical essay which explores the origins and influences of Charlemagne Palestine, as well as themes related to his life and artistic practice—spirituality, music, performance, avant-gardism—together with an acute analysis of his main works. The study is followed by an interview with the artist, which provides a clever balance between personal anecdotes and reflection.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Performing & sound arts
Luc Ferrari's writings, most of them previously unpublished.

French edition
Revue & Corrigée
Editorial tribute to Dominique Répécaud, “Reflexio” section with Yann Leguay and Franck Lebovici, interviews with Yoshi Wada, Axel Dörner and Jean-Marc Foussat, “The Instruments of happiness” by Kasper T. Toeplitz, disc reviews, and more.

French edition
Revue & Corrigée
Interviews with Dominique Grimaud by Philippe Robert, and Noël Akchoté by Kasper T. Toeplitz; Jérôme Noetinger; the Japanese musical scene by Jacques Debout and Michel Henritzi, visual contribution by Marie Combe, tribute to Bobby Bradford, Fred Van Hove by Gérard Rouy, Italy and the work of Attila & Jacopo Faravelli by Jean-Kristoff Camps…

French edition
Art centers, museums, galleries & varia
A collection of texts on the various aspects of radio creation, published on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the ACSR – the Belgian-based studio dedicated to radio and sound creation.

French edition
Art centers, museums, galleries & varia
Series of collages based on guitar patterns found in album covers.

French edition
Lenka lente
last available copies!
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).

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