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Takashi Mizutani - The Last One〈Poesies : Les Rallizes Denudes〉 (Book+CD)Takashi Mizutani - The Last One〈Poesies : Les Rallizes Denudes〉 (Book+CD)
Takashi Mizutani - The Last One〈Poesies : Les Rallizes Denudes〉 (Book+CD)The Last One Musique

"With this I would like to make this the final chapter of my prayer (Lautreamont / Takashi Mizutani)"
Les Rallizes Denudes - Takashi Mizutani, and his words.
Photographs by original member Nakamura Nakamura and "Les Rallizes Denudes Poems" in three languages: Japanese, English, and French. Editorial commentary by philosopher Yoshihiko Ichida. Contribution by Soji Suzuki.
Flowers of Ibiscus.
Recorded in 1969 / Includes a CD with 20:19 of never-before-released sound recordings.

Félicia Atkinson  - The Whisper (BOOK)Félicia Atkinson  - The Whisper (BOOK)
Félicia Atkinson - The Whisper (BOOK)Shelter Press
124 pp. tweed embossed softcover otabind binding Four colors offset on tracing, coated and uncoated papers Format: 210 x 280 mm Print run: 500 copies Language: English & French June 2023 Published by Shelter Press All content by Félicia Atkinson Design by Bartolomé Sanson Translation by Rachel Valinsky
SPECTRES 3 ‘Ghosts In The Machine / Fantômes dans la machine’ (Book)
SPECTRES 3 ‘Ghosts In The Machine / Fantômes dans la machine’ (Book)Shelter Press
This time focusing on “Ghosts In The Machine”, or rather - the applications of AI and Machine Learning in the domain of music making, the foreward sets the tone “…the artificial, the artefact, is always the extra-human brainchild of a human, all too human dream.” Inside, Steve Goodman reflects on his “IT” sound installation about the myth of Golem, Bill Orcutt explores repetition and automatism in music, Florian Hecker and Robin Mackay investigate their electroacoustic pieces ‘FAVN' and ‘Inspection (Maida Vale Project)’, Lucy Railton in conversation with Peter Zinovieff (R.I.P.) with a heartbreaking final line, Akira Rabelais’ semi-impenetrable but ultimately rewarding Lyre-mangled auto-fiction and, of course, Roland Kayn on Cybernetic Music. Lots more to explore inside.
SPECTRES 4 ‘A Thousand Voices / Mille Voix’SPECTRES 4 ‘A Thousand Voices / Mille Voix’
SPECTRES 4 ‘A Thousand Voices / Mille Voix’Shelter Press
256 pp., thread-sewn softcover 1 color offset, size: 135 x 200 cm First edition, first printing: 2500 Language(s): French / English (all content appears in both language) — Authors: François J. Bonnet, John Giorno, David Grubbs, Yannick Guédon, Lee Gamble, Sarah Hennies, Haela Ravenna Hunt-Hendrix, Stine Janvin, Joan La Barbara, Youmna Saba, Akira Sakata, Pierre Schaeffer, Peter Szendy, Ghédalia Tazartès
SPECTRES 1 ‘Composing Listening / Composer l’écoute’ (Book)
SPECTRES 1 ‘Composing Listening / Composer l’écoute’ (Book)Shelter Press

228 pp., thread-sewn softcover
1 color offset, size: 135 x 200 cm
First edition, third printing: 1000
Language(s): French / English

Authors: Félicia Atkinson, François Bayle, François J. Bonnet, Drew Daniel, Brunhild Ferrari, Beatriz Ferreyra, Stephen O’Malley, Jim O’Rourke, Eliane Radigue, Régis Renouard Larivière, Espen Sommer Eide, Daniel Teruggi, Chris Watson.

SPECTRES 2 ‘Résonances / Resonances’ (Book)SPECTRES 2 ‘Résonances / Resonances’ (Book)
SPECTRES 2 ‘Résonances / Resonances’ (Book)Shelter Press

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. 
— The Editors

Graham Lambkin - Came to Call Mine (Book)Graham Lambkin - Came to Call Mine (Book)
Graham Lambkin - Came to Call Mine (Book)Penultimate Press

Came to Call Mine is an extensive full-color art book by visionary musician, artist, and writer Graham Lambkin. Playing out like a children’s book for adults, Came to Call Mine features 50 hand-drawn illustrations coupled with simplistic corresponding texts. Lambkin’s mischievous combination of figurative and abstract elements lends Came to Call Mine a jarring, dreamlike quality, confusing the eye by placing innocent childlike totems against a darker adult undercurrent.

Came to Call Mine is released as a deluxe softcover book designed by Maja Larsson, with lithograph printing on Munken pure rough, lynx, and polar paper stock in an edition of 400 copies.

Selections from Graham Lambkin’s new book Came to Call Mine (Penultimate Press, 2014)

Broken Music: Artists' Recordworks (Book)Broken Music: Artists' Recordworks (Book)
Broken Music: Artists' Recordworks (Book)PRIMARY INFORMATION
Includes enclosed flexi-disc of the Arditti Quartet performing Knizak's Broken Music. "Facsimile edition of the definitive guide to records by artists Broken Music is an essential guide and discography for recordings and audio works by visual artists, originally published in 1989 and edited by Ursula Block (founder of Gelbe Musik in Berlin) and Michael Glasmeier. Records chosen for the publication revolved around four criteria: record covers created as original work by visual artists; record or sound producing objects (sculptures); books and publications that contain a record or recorded media object; and records or recorded media that have sound by visual artists. Hundreds of works are documented by artists such as Vito Acconci, albrecht d., Joseph Beuys, Laurie Anderson, Guillaume Apollinaire, Karel Appel, Antonin Artaud, John Baldessari, Hugo Ball, Harry Bertoia, William S. Burroughs, John Cage, Henri Chopin, Henning Christiansen, William Copley, Philip Corner, Merce Cunningham, Hanne Darboven, Jim Dine, Jean Dubuffet, Marcel Duchamp, Fischli/Weiss, R. Buckminster Fuller, Allen Ginsberg, Philip Glass, Jack Goldstein, Hans Haacke, Richard Hamilton, Bernard Heidsieck, Isidore Isou, Marcel Janco, Allan Kaprow, Martin Kippenberger, Milan Knízák, Christina Kubisch, Laibach, John Lennon, Hermann Nitsch, Claes Oldenburg, Yoko Ono, Dennis Oppenheim, Nam June Paik, Tom Philips, Robert Rauschenberg, The Red Crayola, Jim Rosenquist, Dieter Roth, Gerhard Rühm, Conrad Schnitzler, Kurt Schwitters, selten gehörte Musik, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, Michael Snow, Jean Tinguely, Yoshi Wada, William Wegman and Lawrence Weiner, among others."
Sun Ra - Extensions Out, Plus: Four Poetry Books (1959/1972) (Book)
Sun Ra - Extensions Out, Plus: Four Poetry Books (1959/1972) (Book)CORBETT VS. DEMPSEY

Limited reprint. Corbett vs. Dempsey announce the release of four books of poetry by Sun Ra. Two of these were pamphlets that accompanied early Sun Ra albums issued in the late 1950s; the other two were published more than a decade later by Infinity Inc./Saturn Research. CvsD's reprints are fastidiously designed facsimiles of the original publications, marking the first time they have been available in their Ra-ordained form since they were published. An architect of Afrofuturism and one of the great musical thinkers of the 20th century, Ra's work extended far beyond jazz and even music to the realms of pageantry, performance, theater, philosophy, visual art, and literature. In the mid-1950s, he handed out leaflets and gave street corner lectures -- revisionist interpretations of the Bible and bold meditations on the status of African Americans in American society. A few years later, Ra began disseminating his poems in -- and sometimes on -- his albums. His debut, Jazz By Sun Ra, was issued in 1957 by the Boston-based Transition label, a short-lived company that sold records by subscription; this record contained a beautiful booklet, now as prized as the LP itself, with rare photographs and a selection of poems and proclamations, as well as the personnel and recording credits. Ra's Jazz In Silhouette was released two years hence on Saturn Records, the label he started with Alton Abraham, and it came with a mimeographed liner booklet -- now exceedingly rare -- that was folded, unstapled, as an ultra-economical accompaniment to the vinyl. The CvsD version folds this slim pamphlet of poetry into a slipcover with a classic photo portrait of Ra by Thomas "Bugs" Hunter on the back. Perhaps Ra's best-known book of poetry, reprinted in many alternative versions with different contents over the years, is The Immeasurable Equation; this incarnation restores the original Infinity Inc./Saturn Research version, published in Chicago in 1972 and distributed widely by the Arkestra, often from the bandstand. It features more than 60 of Ra's poems. Finally, perhaps the rarest of Ra's poetry books is Extensions Out: Immeasurable Equation Vol. II, which was also published by Infinity Inc./Saturn Research. This 8 1/2 x 11 inch book is a massive compendium of more than 130 poems, very much in step with the mimeo poetry publications of its era -- simple staple binding, one-sided pages -- featuring three photographs of artwork by Ayé Aton, a close ally of Ra's in this, the period of the Arkestra classic Space Is The Place, on which Aton plays percussion. Great care was taken to reproduce the special textured cover of this highly sought-after book. These four books are exclusively sold as a set. The first edition is limited to 1000 copies. Corbett vs. Dempsey is proud to represent the non-musical side of the Sun Ra Estate. The label gratefully acknowledges Irwin Chusid and Sun Ra LLC for the permission to release this historically rich chronicle of Ra's poetry, presented as he originally conceived it.

Omniverse Sun Ra (Book)Omniverse Sun Ra (Book)
Omniverse Sun Ra (Book)Art Yard

Revised and expanded second edition of Hartmut Geerken and Chris Trent's comprehensive reference Omniverse Sun Ra, originally published in 1994. Full-color 304-page hardcover book. French fold cover with metallic silver foil blocking on cyan faimei cloth. 290mm x 245mm portrait. Omniverse Sun Ra features many previously unpublished photographs of Sun Ra and His Arkestra in New York in 1966 and Germany in 1979 by Val Wilmer, and Hartmut Geerken's previously unpublished photographs from Heliopolis in Cairo, Egypt, in 1971, in addition to an updated comprehensive pictorial and annotated discography by Chris Trent, including chronological discography and alphabetical record title, composition, personnel, and record label indexes, as well as indexes of shellac 78RPM records, 45 RPM singles, jackets, and labels. Also includes essays and photo documents by Hartmut Geerken, Chris Trent, Amiri Baraka, Robert L. Campbell, Chris Cutler, Gabi Geist, Sigrid Hauff, Karl Heinz Kessler, Robert Lax, and Salah Ragab.

平山悠 - FEECO vol.3 DOOMSDAY ISSUE (BOOK)Suikazura
This issue reflects not only the influence of the COVID-19 pandemic, but also the mood of the dark times that have been going on for the last few years. We'll hear the voices of artists, Aaron Dylan Kearns (an abstract filmmaker from Georgia, US) and Mary Ocher (a multi-artist from Berlin and Hamburg Germany), as they tell us about their days under the pandemic (Unfortunately, I'm late to publish their "2020" voices). In addition to them, there is the short interview of Justin Martell, who is the producer of the latest Tiny Tim documentary, King For A Day, and the co-founder of the Ship To Shore PhonoCO. label. The cover arts by Aaron Dylan Kearns 116 pages A5 full-color cover and black text Around 60% Bilingual JP/ENG
平山悠 - FEECO Vol.4 Voices from japan' issue (BOOK)
平山悠 - FEECO Vol.4 Voices from japan' issue (BOOK)Suikazura
Continued from the previous issue, FEECO vol.4 has the voices of artists who are living through the pandemic. I interviewed a couple of artists who live in Japan and in line with it, all the other articles are about arts of Japan in this issue. I took an interview with two artists. One is Masaki Kubo aka former_airline who is a home recording artist. The other one is the owner of Seal Pool label, John Podeszwa, who is one of the biggest Nurse With Wound collectors in Japan, has been living in Osaka for nearly 25 years. This issue also has very good contributions. Masaki Kubo talks about Phew who is the legendary Japanese 'home recording' punk rocker. Patient mono, the member from a music unit, SEGUE-4, reviews quoree's Namariiro No Machi, which is at the forefront of singing synthesizer music. Aaron Dylan Kearns, who appeared in FEECO vol.3, writes about the films of Hiroshi Harada who is an icon on Aaron's aesthetics. Mizoguchi draws her "memorabilia" comic. The other articles: The Hair, SCOOBIE DO, Kato David Hopkins's Rumors of Noizu, the importance of bringing the history of Japanese underground music to overseas with a French reissue label, anArchives. Also the issue has a disc guide to the most notable albums from Japan that had appeared on this decade. The 5 songs CDr is included as a bonus. The 5 songs CDr is included as a bonus. The lineup is following: former_airline / Shall Fade Away masara angata / A is A Yonju Miyaoka / 忘れてしまった曖昧 Philip Sanderson / Osaka by Night (Extract) SEGUE-4 / Cosmos [Lossless]

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