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Tales From the Embassy • All in the Downs • Selene • Somnium (expanded paperback) • Of Kings and Things: The Count Stenbock Collection • The Space Oracle • Pagans Progress • Scottish Lost Boys

X Ray Audio exhibition

28 November – 19 December 2015

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OPEN WEDS – SAT, 12 – 6PM

The exhibition will preview with the launch of X-Ray Audio: The Strange Story of Soviet Music on the Bone. A limited number of special edition copies with flexi-disc will be available.

LIVE EVENTS: SATURDAY 5TH, FRIDAY 11TH DECEMBER
More info here

“They are images of pain and damage inscribed with the sound of forbidden pleasure; fragile photographs of the interiors of Soviet citizens layered with the ghostly music that they secretly loved.”

Place: the Soviet Union, Era: the Cold War. All music is subject to a censor and the recording industry is completely controlled by the State but music-mad bootleggers discover an extraordinary alternative means of reproduction: they repurpose used x-ray film as the base for making records of forbidden songs.

X-Ray Audio return to The Horse Hospital to present a selection of these incredible beautiful and spooky X-Ray records with images, films and stories of those who made them.

BBC Today on X Ray Audio //  X Ray Audio in The Guardian