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and/OAR Introductory Offer
22 currently available label series releases for the special introductory price of $150, which includes shipping around the world. Currently Available: - and/46: SEARCH ENSEMBLES: Search Ensembles  CD - and/45: JON TULCHIN: Location Recordings Collection  CD x 2 - and/44: VARIOUS ARTISTS: Andrei Tarkovsky - Another Kind Of Language  CD x 3 - and/42: MICHAEL PRIME..
Maurizio Bianchi & Siegmar Fricke: Stroma-Konkret
Extra heavy fusion of industrial noise and musique concrète, this exclusive collaboration unites forces of two legendary musicians who witnessed the roots of the early industrial music movement.   "An electroacoustic ploughing is macerating our reflective horizons: Stroma~Konkret is its romantic name, but the spectroscopic effect is valiantly spiritua..
Seattle Phonographers Union: Building 27 WNP-5
The first vinyl LP of the Seattle Phonographers Union. Live group improvisations with unprocessed field recordings inside a decommissioned aircraft hangar and a never-completed nuclear plant cooling tower. A unique release for the SPU, not only because it's a vinyl record, but the end result of the recordings feels more like so-called "Kosmische Musik" or early industrial music due in..
Various Artists: Andrei Tarkovsky - Another Kind Of Language
At last, a triple CD re-issue of one of the most requested out-of-print releases in the label back catalog. Twenty one sound artists created work inspired by one of Tarkovsky's seven feature length films. The first version of this release (and/10) was a two CDR set issued in December, 2003 and it featured fourteen sound artists. This version includes a third CD of new material plus..
Various Artists: Michelangelo Antonioni - Trilogy And Epilogue
The third and perhaps final project in the film director series which began with "Andrei Tarkovsky - Another Kind Of Language" and "Yasujiro Ozu - Hitokomakura". "Michelangelo Antonioni - Trilogy And Epilogue" focuses upon the Italian auteur's landmark "tetralogy" of films L'Avventura (1960), La Notte (1961), L'Eclisse (1962) and Il Deserto Rosso (1963).   Antonioni..
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