“Étienne O’Leary’s filmography consists of three experimental films completed in Paris between 1966 and 1968. Day Tripper, Homeo (aka Homeo: Minor Death: Coming Back from Going Home) and Chromo Sud constitute a cinema of resistance. These brutally personal and subversive films form a body of work with few precedents.
O’Leary’s contribution to underground cinema is not limited to the introduction of a new cinematographic language. The potency of his oeuvre resides in three unsettlingly evocative soundtracks that he composed himself. This music is now available on vinyl for the very first time.”-Tenzier
Josh Landes (Limbs Bin) first release under his own moniker, and not the latter. An unmasking of a somehow familiar character, Provincial Electronics is a soliloquy for the burnt but still sharp. [...]
Laura Luna Castillo is a multi-disciplinary artist and musician currently residing in Puebla, Mexico. Through these convergences of time-based media, music, sculpture and narrative languages, she [...]