Avant-garde composer and sound installation artist Takehisa Kosugi (musical director of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company) has led the Japanese avant-garde music scene since the early 1960s. In 1969 he formed the Taj Mahal Travellers, a musical collective that travelled the world in a VW minibus creating Fluxus-influenced improvised multimedia sound events. This double album (divided into two LPs), recorded live at the Nippon Columbia Studio in Tokyo in 1974, was the group
A time capsule capturing Pakistan's rich artistic legacy. The first wave of plugged-in Pop at the Pakistani picture house. Rare Electronic Pop from the Lollywood vaults (1973-1980). 15 untraveled currants of Space-Age Cinematic Surf and Urdu Funk. Amazing grooves from the Lollywood scene of the 70s -- the Pakistani equivalent of the films coming out of India's Bollywood at the time!
Dj Hell bestrides modern techno like a colossus: he's more than just a producer or a Dj, he's an icon, too big and individual a personality to be accommodated by any one micro-scene. Hell doesn't just represent a type of music, he represents a whole lifestyle, aesthetic and worldview ? and Body Language Vol. 9 is perhaps the closest any disc has yet come to capturing that totality. Limited to 1000 units worldwide!Now also available on vinyl! Including the hottest club tracks from his stunning Body Language Dj Mix!