Join us for Interference AV ft. UNDERVOLT & CO, Jlin, Lightning Bolt, and the Sun Ra Arkestra in Feb 2018


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Historic Audio

Our home for archival recordings of some of the most significant conversations, lectures, and panels to happen in the world of ideas over the past 50 years. This is where you will find Nobel laureates, acid-tripping poets, cult legends, and curatorial heavy-hitters. Rare audio you won’t find anywhere else.



Radio Lorca

Recordings from Lorca in New York: A Celebration, the largest festival in North America celebrating acclaimed Spanish poet and playwright Federico García Lorca.


Living History

A diverse mix of contemporary activists, witnesses, and thinkers who work at the forefront of ideas turning from present to past.

Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas

An unparalleled collection of recovered and restored programs from the seventies produced by Charles Ruas, and featuring Allen Ginsberg, John Giorno, Anaïs Nin, William Boroughs, Buckminster Fuller, Sylvia Plath, Pablo Neruda, and Jorge Luis Borges, among numerous others. 

Radio Benjamin

Walter Benjamin’s radio broadcasts (1929 - 1932) are a selection of children stories written and read by Benjamin during his colossal research project The Arcades Project. 

New York Public Library

The New York Public Library's public programs of the Artist Dialogues Series, are recorded and shared with as part of a partnership coordinated by artist, curator, and senior librarian Arezoo Moseni.


Historic Audio from the Museum of Modern Art

An archive of recordings made at The Museum of Modern Art, collected from past exhibitions and public programs.

The Clocktower Oral History Project

Artist Nancy Hwang revisits the 37 plus history of the Clocktower Gallery, interviewing Alanna Heiss, Martha Wilson, Vito Acconci, Joel Shapiro, Colette, Richard Nonas, and many others. 



Chuck Close & Artifex Press
Lyle Ashton Harris and Chuck Close, Excessive Exposure
Representing NYC and Downtown Electric
Bill T. Jones, Live Ideas
AACM at 50: Muhal Richard Abrams, George Lewis & Roscoe Mitchell
Nancy Princenthal on Agnes Martin
Dubai to Tunis: In Time, Across Land
Scientific Controversies: Can We Explain the World?
Scientific Controversies: Is Reality Beautiful?
Scientific Controversies: Time's Arrow
Vik Muniz
Radio Benjamin: Cagliostro
Radio Benjamin: Gypsies
Radio Benjamin: Herculaneum and Pompeii
Radio Benjamin:The Rental Barracks
Radio Benjamin: The Bastille
Radio Benjamin: Doctor Faustus
Robert Wilson and Philip Glass: Einstein on the Beach, Performed
American Rhapsody: Claudia Roth Pierpont & Jonathan Galassi
Radio Benjamin: Postage Stamp Swindles
Radio Benjamin: Naples
Persian Poets
Radio Benjamin: Bootleggers
Radio Benjamin:The Railway Disaster at Firth of Tay
One World Trade
Radio Benjamin: A Visit to the Brassworks
Radio Benjamin: Robber Bands in Old Germany
Fontane's Wanderings through the Mark Brandenburg
John Cage & Morton Feldman: Impersonality
Eye of the Sixties, Richard Bellamy and the Transformation of Modern Art
Radio Benjamin: Theater Fire in Canton
Radio Benjamin: The Lisbon Earthquake
Radio Benjamin: The Mississippi Flood of 1927
Louise Nevelson: Light and Shadow, Laurie Wilson + Arezoo Moseni
Four Generations: A Panel Discussion
Radio Benjamin: Demonic Berlin
Radio Benjamin: True Dog Stories
Radio Benjamin: Berlin Guttersnipe
Allen Ginsberg at The New School, Part 3
Harold Schimmel Pt.1, Reading
Andy Warhol & Bob Colacello: The Lost Fashion Interview
Allen Ginsberg on Buddhism and The Beats
Alex Haley, Roots (1976)
Brian Eno: How High Can Low Go?
Richard Nonas
Radio Benjamin: Witch Trials
Radio Benjamin: Kaspar Hauser
Scientific Controversies No. 8: Are We Alone?