Music

A collaboration between poet Annelyse Gelman and sound artist Jason Grier. About Repulsion mixes songs, sampled poems, textural walls, beats, noise, to create this EP of one-of-a-kind soundscapes.

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Harmony Holiday's record of poems and sound collage. Adventurous and accessible, twisting cultural images into something surprising, political, socially aware. In conversation with Charles Mingus’ classic 1963 album The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady.

Comes with an insert of Holiday's poem “To the Black Female Children." Listen on Soundcloud.

Fifty-four surprising and gloriously unique poems from Rae Armantrout, a Pulitzer-winning poet of great gifts. According to Fonograf Editions, "Conflation interrogates the difference between texture and tactile; thing unspoken versus thing unseen."

Comes with an insert of the title poem. Listen on Soundcloud.

An LP of one of the most adored living poets. Alice Notley pushes boundaries, and it's an absolute joy to hear her reading her work. 

Comes with an insert of Notley's poem, "Found Work (Lost Lace)." On clear vinyl.

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Last copy! Made in collaboration with Shannon Ebner, Stray: A Graphic Tone juxtaposes historic and recent material from poets Susan Howe and Nathaniel Mackey. An adventurous LP of spoken word delights.

Liner notes feature excerpts of original interviews, as well as reproductions of the poets’ published materials. Gatefold LP. Listen on Soundcloud.

Dao Strom’s Traveler’s Ode is an interwoven series of textured, ethereal song-poems. Atmospheric yet weighted, minimalist yet lush, the album combines voice, electronics, piano, guitars, and field recordings from sources such as rivers, sea, jungle, and birds to create a deeply emotive song-cycle that explores themes of displacement, diaspora, and hauntings.

Echoing the work of artists like Tara Jane O'Neil, Grouper, Black Belt Eagle Scout, and Tiny Vipers. Released in conversation with her hybrid poetry-art book, Instrument, on Fonograf Editions.

Released on Antiquated Future Records and Fonograf Editions. The first printing with reversible J-card. Listen on Bandcamp.