Beat Box: A Drum Machine Obsession: TR-909
(Get On Down)
Double 7” flexi disc release from earlier this year, a prelude to the coffee table book Beat Box: A Drum Machine Obsession released by Get On Down. Photo gallery of lesser know drum machines featured in the book up here.
(Hasana Private Press)
Red cassette in wax sealed guitar string envelope (with guitar string). Hand numbered edition of 33.
Paramount: The Rise And Fall
A velvet lined oak case (built to look like a portable gramophone player), with two books, replica flyers and catalogues, a USB stick containing all 800 tracks and six 180gm brown marbled LPs with gold embossed centre labels in a birchwood folio. Full details here.
Collection of commissioned photographs taken by sound artists, including Taylor Deupree, Aki Onda, Yan Jun and others.
Black vinyl 12”, design by Xavier Robel & Eva Rittmeyer.
Alexandra E Lindh/Dan Fröberg
A limited edition box containing one extended CD and 24 prints. Produced in an edition of 222. More images here.
Coloured 10” in paper sleeve with hand stitched outer. More sounds here.
Baron Mordant & Zeke Clough
A5 comic from the Mordant Music camp.
Mikel R Nieto/Federico Sancho
Machine Pattern #01
Polystyrene box with yellow cassette, sound by Mikel R Nieto, graphics by Federico Sancho.
Days Gone By
Hand silk-screened design with metallic gold, embossed cover text, and metallic obi liner. Designed and printed by Ashley Paul. Edition of 230.
Ice, Sea, Dead People
"You Could Be A Model"/"Ultra Silence"
Double sided 7” picture disc, two colourways pictured, pressed in an edition of 180. Artwork by Daniel Eatock and Andy Holden.
"Eatock’s concept to spin paper on turntables with pens being held down on them for the duration of the music on each corresponding side was born into fruition at the Stanley Picker Gallery at Kingston University with the band playing the A-side, then the double A-side 10 times consecutively whilst participants spun and drew on the paper, which is now pressed into the records, as it rotated before them… The picture discs are rare in the fact that not only is each record unique, but every side of each record is unique."