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The Henning Christiansen Trilogy: Part 2

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Experimental Composers

In preparation for a forthcoming project on Henning Christiansen (1932-2008), Blank Forms' Lawrence Kumpf and Adrian Rew present an overview of the Danish composer and...

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Galway Kinnell reads Dylan Thomas (1985)

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Historic Audio from the Poetry Society of America

On November 16 1985, the Poetry Society of America celebrated its 75th Anniversary by inviting Galway Kinnell to read from the work of Dylan Thomas. He delightfully contributed some of his own poems as well. Rachel...

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Yuka Honda, Pink Freud

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Experimental Composers

The keyboardist from Cibo Matto mixes, mashes, and sublimely mangles whatever was on her mind or in her collection from some sessions in 2005. She gives a "cooking" lesson midway explaining and exposing her method. A brilliant hour from a master.

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Marina Abramovic and Alanna Heiss

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WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution

Here is New York, the European view, as Ingela Lind visits the newly expanded Museum of Modern Art and compares notes on the re-installation of its collections with artist Marina Abramovic and P.S.1's Alanna Heiss....

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The Colab Vinyl Mix

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Experimental Composers

A mix of no-wave, hip hop, anti-pop, punk and noise that provided the soundtrack to the Colab social art actions of the 80s, assembled by Sandra Seymour, Mark C, and Robert Goldman (Bobby G). Part of an exhibit at Printed Matter April 15-May 15 2016.

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Heavy Atmospheres

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Sound the Alarm

In this hour-long mix of music, host Elliot Stapleton shares some tracks that had been perking his ears during spring. The season has brought with it a bundle of heavy, atmospheric tunes by Hype Williams, Sonic Youth, Grouper, Zs and much more.

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William S. Burroughs: The Making of Naked Lunch (1975)

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Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas

A discussion on the novel led by Allen Ginsberg including publisher Maurice Girodias, James Grauerholz, and Carl Solomon plus remarks by Felicity Mason. Burroughs comments and reads in this priceless audio document and astounding cast of characters.

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