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KONSTRUKTIVISTS The Last Moments Of 1923

The first album by UK electronic/industrial pioneers Konstruktivists. Originally released as a very limited edition cassette on Flowmotion in 1982, this recording is still Glenn Wallis's favourite Konstruktivist album.  more...

JOHN AVERY Nighthawks

John Avery is an English composer and sound designer for theatre. He has been a collaborator with the theatre group Forced Entertainment since a long time and many of his solo projects fed into music for their performances. John's work has been described as a juxtaposition of melody and noise and is characterised by a sense of narrative. "Nighthawks" forms part of a soundtrack written and recorded for a theatre piece entitled "Nighthawks" by Forced Entertainment Theatre Co-operative. The show wa more...

CHROME Ghost Machine

Chrome was founded in San Francisco in 1975. Their sound wasn't easy to label - being ahead of their time, Helios Creed and Damon Edge created music that featured heavy elements of feedback and distortion.They experimented in mixing synthesized noise with rock instrumentation, therefore they are now seen as part of the post punk movement (even when punk was still in full flow at that time). Their breakthrough came in 1977 with their second album Alien Soundtracks. The band largely abandoned conv more...

BOBUCK Clank Clank Clank

The 4th installment in the TOOK series. This time, Charles Bobuck presents his demos for a redo of the first ever Residents album, Meet the Residents. Recorded in 2014, the project was shelved, but we are now proud to present those recordings for the first time on CD. This is what Hardy Fox says about the recordings: "In the midst of writing music for The Ghost of Hope back in 2014, Charles Bobuck had what he thought was a musical epiphany, The Residents were very focused on their 40th Annivers more...


Cigarette smoke curled into the air which was filled with the sound of many typewriters, all clattering away, yet the sheets of paper remained blank. Everything was black and white and every shade of grey in between. The men and women wore pristine white shirts and black trousers. The ceilings were low and opressive. The cigarette smoke hung in the metal rafters. These was the offices of the Existential Police force. The sign, which curved in an arch above the exterior entrance, read “We Know yo more...


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