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

Sub Rosa
Sylvain Chauveau plays reworkings of early music from the Spanish Renaissance Repertoire, with the Chant 1450 Renaissance Ensemble.

Sub Rosa
Ancient Light and the Blackcore was originally published in 1995 as part of Sub Rosa's “Utopian Diaries” series. It gathers 5 tracks of hallucinatory music and extraordinary recordings of shamanic ceremony from the Yanomami communauty. Includes the text Subworld by David Toop. First vinyl issue.

Sub Rosa
Univers Zéro's second album released in 1979. A classic of chamber rock music featuring heavy use of dissonance and dark, brooding and extremely complex melodies. 2010 remixed version. Limited gold/orange vinyl edition.

Sub Rosa
Compilation album Metaphors contains 14 soundworks carefully selected from the Cinema of the Thai film director. Includes Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives, Syndromes and a Century, Fever Room and more.

Sub Rosa
temporarily out of stock
Compilation album Metaphors contains 14 soundworks carefully selected from the Cinema of the Thai film director. Includes Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives, Syndromes and a Century, Fever Room and more.

Tochnit Aleph
These recordings are the outcome of sound experiments performed at the wind tunnel laboratory at Zurich University of the Arts. Accompanied by photographs and a video project by Yan Junjie.

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
Italian electroacoustic composers Giuseppe Ielasi and Nicola Ratti reconvene their unique Bellows collaborative project for a new album. Captured live over the course of a four days improvised session, the album floats between ghostly melodies, musique concrète, and analog electronics.

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
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
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.

Shelter Press – Records
The conclusion of Saloman's musical trilogy for contemporary dance, this time inspired by a work by choreographer Vanessa Goodman. The bowed guitar, militant percussion and searing guitar eruptions, are joined by distorted guitar, minimalist piano attacks, melancholy guitar melodies, a patina of harsh noise, and a more contemporary approach to drums and bass. (download code included with one additional track).

Shelter Press – Records
Double album compiling all 3 volumes of the Movement Building serie, dedicated to Gabriel Saloman's music for contemporary dance.

Shelter Press – Records
The Japanese sound artist's second album is the result of a ten-year investigation on the sound properties of water, in line with her previous LP in 2009. Based on the use of waterbowls—porcelain bowls filled with water and amplified via hydrophones—her musical practice is now enriched with experiments with the environment and hydrophonic feedback.

Shelter Press – Records
The Japanese sound artist's second album is the result of a ten-year investigation on the sound properties of water, in line with her previous LP in 2009. Based on the use of waterbowls—porcelain bowls filled with water and amplified via hydrophones—her musical practice is now enriched with experiments with the environment and hydrophonic feedback.

Aposiopèse
An electroacoustic psycho-geographical composition made from field recordings collected from 2011 to 2016.

Edition Telemark
This LP gathers two sound works by Cologne-based radio producer, performer and composer of experimental music Peter Behrendsen. Nachtflug is a live-electronic piece based on the sounds of bats made audible, and Atem des Windes is a text-sound composition inspired by a Taoist text.

Edition Telemark
This recording is the sonic counterpart to Dutch artist Paul Panhuysen's last visual work Oog & Oor—a colorful design whose structure was built from sudoku puzzles. Panhuysen used the same principle to compose these sudoku-based pieces in collaboration with carillonneur Rosemarie Seuntiëns.

Edition Telemark
This LP pairs two organ-based works by German composer Ernstalbrecht Stiebler. More closely associated with his position as a radio editor and producer, Stiebler composes a reductionist music built on minimalist structures and repetitions, and influenced by Minimalism in visual art.

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.

AcquAvivA
Double QR-Code LP (an empty sleeve with no discs), edition of 100 copies. The recording to listen online is a 5-hour composition for computer voice, first presented in Paris on March 25, 2000: a deepening of the idea of a dematerialized disc.

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.

Song Cycle Records
A collection of rare free-jazz pieces performed by John Zorn and selected by the American guitarist and music critic Eugene Chadbourne. Originally released in 1998 to accompany the book release Sonora: John Zorn, the album is presented here for the first time in an exclusive release in limited edition on vinyl. This special issue includes the original book that features exclusive interviews, essays and photos about the artist’s entire oeuvre up to 1988.

Song Cycle Records
Originally released in 1979 on the experimental label Cramps, I Fiori del Sole is a composition for organ and piano by the Italian duo Michele Fedrigotti and Danilo Lorenzini. This is the first vinyl reissue ever.

Shiok! Records
This first volume gathers traditional music from different areas of the Indonesian archipelago, featuring music from Sulawesi, The Moluccas Islands (Spice Islands) and Central Java.

Shiok! Records
This second volume dedicated to traditional music from the Indonesian archipelago covers music from the vast island of Sumatra (West Indonesia), The Moluccas Islands and the island of Bali.

Shiok! Records
A musical anthology gathering a collection of recordings featuring traditional instruments from Asia and Oceania—from New Zealand to the Philippines, from India to Burma.

Shiok! Records
An anthology of original recordings from Java, Sumatra, and Bali: a collection of ecstatic and hypnotic sounds, featuring a large panel of musical influences and traditional instruments that represent Indonesia's large heritage of profound cultural differences.

Ici, d'ailleurs… – Mind Travels (records)
Created by Aidan Baker (Nadja), Gaspar Claus (Pedro Soler, Angélique Ionatos…), Franck Laurino (Zëro), and Maxime Tisserand (Chapelier Fou), this extraordinary project offers 11 tracks of ambient post-rock music that would have integrated the whole notion of freedom in jazz.

Ici, d'ailleurs… – Mind Travels (records)
temporarily out of stock
Created by Aidan Baker (Nadja), Gaspar Claus (Pedro Soler, Angélique Ionatos…), Franck Laurino (Zëro), and Maxime Tisserand (Chapelier Fou), this extraordinary project offers 11 tracks of ambient post-rock music that would have integrated the whole notion of freedom in jazz.

Ici, d'ailleurs… – Mind Travels (records)
Rite of the End is composed of six musical pieces by Polish composer, producer and violinist Stefan Wesołowski. Between romanticism and modernism, going from Richard Wagner to Ben Frost, this celestial pastoral work resembles the soundtrack of our civilization and the witness of our mutation.

Ici, d'ailleurs… – Mind Travels (records)
Rite of the End is composed of six musical pieces by Polish composer, producer and violinist Stefan Wesołowski. Between romanticism and modernism, going from Richard Wagner to Ben Frost, this celestial pastoral work resembles the soundtrack of our civilization and the witness of our mutation.

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
This book focuses on the distinctiveness of the stars of Hollywood's Golden Age. These stars were cast for their specific dancing or singing skills, that could be recognized by audiences and sold by the studios' publicity machine. They acquired Hollywood stardom through a dialogue with highbrow culture and mass industry, that cinema tried to bring into harmony. This collection brings together the contributions of American, British and French researchers.

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

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
Revue & Corrigée
Researcher Juliette Volcler on sound in public space; on identities and influences in music; an essay by Kasper Toeplitz; carte blanche to Patrick Renaud; Summer festivals, disc reviews, and more.

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