Jan 172018
 

dear friends,

It’s with great regret Genesis BREYER P-ORRIDGE announces the cancellation of their Australian tour with Edley ODowd. Here’s a little official word from me about it

“We are of course heartbroken that Genesis and Edley will be unable to join us this January for what would have been their first solo visit to Australia. The work Genesis has undertaken, across music and art has been foundational and is a critical intergenerational connection between the countercultures of the mid 20th century and emergent projects around identity, transgression and transcendence in music and art today. We send our very warmest thoughts to them and hope the ongoing therapies are successful in treating their leukaemia. Donations can be made to assist with Genesis’s health care costs at this link”.

We’re sending all our very warmest Gen! XO

Please note the video program planned at Goma will continue as schedule (it’s amazing!) and the exhibition of their works will continue as planned The SUBSTATION.

 

Jan 072018
 

Dear Friends….may it be so.

Oct 192017
 

Dear friends, any orders placed between October 19 and November 3 won’t be shipped until the 6th of November.

Oct 192017
 

Ross Manning is a magician of sorts, at least that’s how I often find myself thinking of him.

Over the past few year’s Ross has been responsible not just for increasingly engaging and beautiful visual works, but also an array of unusual sonic pieces. With Reflex In Waves, issued as part of his incredible exhibition at the Institute Of Modern Art, he catalogues a range of hand made instruments and tape works that offer a concise overview os his audio mastery. I couldn’t be more pleased to share this with you all.

Oct 192017
 

Friends in the European climes, I’ll be glad to see this month and into November. I’ll be performing Cruel Optimism and my new work The Visitors, a homage to George Romero’s Night Of The Living Dead.

Oct 072017
 

Nicola Ratti’s The Collection is a series of relational works that test his studio practice of the past 18 months. Working deeply with a range of modular synthesis techniques, Ratti has generated a series of pieces that reflect both playfulness and rigour. In the same moment reflecting on the conditions of production, this edition breathes with a sense of determination, reflected in the pulsing grooves that reside on it.

Nicola Ratti – L6 from ROOM40 on Vimeo.

Nicola says of the edition:
“I believe there are records that you can name as an individual project with a clear identity or theme and there are others that are more like a treasure chest where you put the collection of what represent your best artistic development during a specific time on your path. This set of recordings is the later, a studio collection that summarises the results of my experimentations of the past couple of years.”