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Jolly Lad (2018 edition)

By John Doran
272pp, 210mm x 148mm
HB + CD £23 / PB £14.99

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Trip or Squeek

By Savage Pencil
£13.99, PB, 250 x 140mm, 272pp
ISBN 978-1-907222-12-2

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Andromeon

Eight postcards by Alexander Tucker
148x105mm
£6.50

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Strange Attractor on Jonny Trunk show

The End: An Electric Sheep Anthology will be out next week, so I’ll be talking about it tomorrow on Resonance FM as part of the Original Soundtrack show. Hosted by strange audio collector extraordinaire Jonny Trunk, who’s released the soundtracks …

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Weirding Modules : 15 April, ICA

Strange Attractor presents the first of three music events at the ICA selected by exhibiting artist Nathaniel Mellors.

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Strange Attractor Salon at the ICA

10 March – 12 May 2011. As part of the Nathaniel Mellors: Ourhouse exhibition at London’s ICA, Strange Attractor have assembled a series of weekly events, talks and films, exploring some lesser-known intersections of culture, history, mind and nature.

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Cult of the Black Virgin

Presenting the second audio working from Magick Concrète. ‘Cult Of The Black Goddess’ is composed from recordings made by Andy Sharp at the mountain monastery of Montserrat, near Barcelona

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Weird Tales for Winter

The second series of Weird Tales For Winter is underway this week on Resonance FM.

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The BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Britain in the 1950s was a bleak place, as the nation struggled to rebuild itself after the devastation of war. Food rationing had continued right up until 1954, when bananas finally came back on sale; anything worth having was still …

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