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Nagisa Ni Te 渚にて - Evil Star 災いの星
A short film by Vincent Guilbert
Nagisa Ni Te
Ayami Suzuki 鈴木彩文 - Forest Voice and Electronics
Shinji Shibayama "Picking up on the mysteries hidden behind the veil of everyday life."
The in depth interview with the founder of Hallelujahs, Nagisa Ni Te and ORG Records
Nagisa Ni Te, Hallelujahs
Naoki Zushi, “When You Lose Yourself"
A snap-shot from G-Modern Vol. 6, Summer '94 of Naoki Zushi, member of Hallelujahs, Nagisa Ni Te and Hijokaidan by Shinji Shibayama.
Naoto Yamagishi, from a Forest Cavern
"It seemed the only thing we could be, it was like a psychic eruption of something long building up"
A History of Surface of the Earth by Jon Dale
Surface of the Earth
I know nothing of my final product...
Keiko Higuchi in conversation with Alan Cummings
Expanding within sound, how nothing completely stops moving
Keiko Higuchi and Louis Inage on Vertical Language, tub boats, Noh theater and the Black Lodge.
Milford Graves, Previously Unreleased Recordings now Streaming
Michael Ehlers discusses three pieces with The Wire.
Four Films for Transgression!!!
Donald Miller & Emmalee Sutton, Music / Dance
Looking for Neural Pathways
Donald Miller in conversation with Alan Licht
What Lasts in What is Lasting
A performance film of Jean-Luc Guionnet & Lotus Eddé Khouri, saxophone and dance, Live in Los Angeles.
"Rupture Was the Only Exit"
Frantz Loriot speaks with Andrew Choate about "unlearning" classical music, making drastic decisions and "extreme" music.
Chuck Johnson, Cinder Grove, featured in the New York Times
Chuck Johnson’s Ode to What’s Been Lost in California’s Fires
If you’re going to make music, stake your life on it.
Kan Mikami 1992: Part 2 of The G-Modern Interview
Music can talk about everything there is in the world.
Kan Mikami 1992: Part 1 of The deep dive G-Modern Interview.
"A massive, gaping black hole, exuding a dazzling, black light"
Kan Mikami's P.S.F. debut returns in a Deluxe LP Edition
A Handful of Dust - Live at the Lines of Flight Festival 2019
A full length performance film featuring the final performance of HOD as a trio: Bruce Russell, Alastair Galbraith, Peter Stapleton
A Handful of Dust
Peter Stapleton Remembered...
Bruce Russell writes on the life and influence of one of New Zealand's great creative lights.
Confusion, Spontaneity & Vulnerability
an interview with trumpeter and improviser Jacob Wick by Andrew Choate