Works collected from limited edition releases 2001–2006. Pressed in an edition of 200 copies in tip-on heavyweight sleeves.
The Shackle Stick
The Shackle Multiplayer Music Game
A card game and USB stick by Anne La Berge and Robert van Heumen. The card game is based on the improvisation system that Shackle use in their performances, the USB stick contains recordings of performances.
Loving On The Flipside
Second compilation in Now Again series that started with Soul Cal. Loving On The Flipside covers “sweet funk and beat heavy ballads” from 1969–1977. Book with 21 track CD. Art direction by Errol F Richardson.
Body Music EP
12” EP from Oscar Powell, in die cut matt sleeve and fluorescent green gloss inner sleeve, produced in a run of 500.
Destroy & Dream
CD in folded paper packaging and cardboard inner, produced in an edition of 1000.
LP on Geographic North, produced in an edition of 500.
Hot pink vinyl with envelope containing the cut-outs from the sleeve.
Now We’ve Got Members
Clear vinyl LP with leaf pressed in etched centre label, produced in an edition of 300.
A field recordings catalogue, documenting the waveforms of various field recordings.
Tonofon Festival & Solo 2011
DVD with illustrated cardboard stage to build.
Workin’ Man Noise Unit
Drinkin’ Stella To Make Music To Drink Stella To
Yellow casstte in an edition of 50. Recorded live by L Williamson and W Hasted.
Cassette tape encased in industrial grade concrete, crafted in an edition of 100.
“You hold in your hand a concrete brick, inside of which there is music. The only way to hear the music contained within is to crack it, but to do so puts the music itself at risk. By your own actions you can either free the music or render it forever unlistenable. Or, you can leave it in its present state where it only has the potential to become music. The musicability of the concrete is entirely in your hands.”