Roland Kayn – A Little Electronic Milky Way of Sound

frozen reeds is proud to present the première release of Roland Kayn’s fourteen-hour masterpiece, ‘A Little Electronic Milky Way of Sound’, as a sixteen-CD boxed set.

Roland Kayn – A Little Electronic Milky Way of Sound

frozen reeds is proud to present the première release of Roland Kayn’s fourteen-hour masterpiece, ‘A Little Electronic Milky Way of Sound’, as a sixteen-CD boxed set.

Julius Eastman – Femenine

This is the première release of Julius Eastman’s Femenine, for chamber ensemble. It is also the work’s only known recording, documenting a 1974 performance by the S.E.M. Ensemble (with the composer on piano) which has lain unheard for decades.

Julius Eastman – Femenine

This is the première release of Julius Eastman’s Femenine, for chamber ensemble. It is also the work’s only known recording, documenting a 1974 performance by the S.E.M. Ensemble (with the composer on piano) which has lain unheard for decades.

Thomas Brinkmann – A Certain Degree of Stasis

Often associated with sparse electronic music, A Certain Degree of Stasis sees Thomas Brinkmann in command of a maximalist’s palette. A sonic counterpart to Agnes Lux’s visual work, the piece explores both fierce digital textures and sustained crystalline calm.

Thomas Brinkmann – A Certain Degree of Stasis

Often associated with sparse electronic music, A Certain Degree of Stasis sees Thomas Brinkmann in command of a maximalist’s palette. A sonic counterpart to Agnes Lux’s visual work, the piece explores both fierce digital textures and sustained crystalline calm.

Remembering Eberhard Blum

Flutist, performer, and visual artist Eberhard Blum died on March 5th 2013 in Berlin. We asked his friends and closest colleagues to share their remembrances.

Remembering Eberhard Blum

Flutist, performer, and visual artist Eberhard Blum died on March 5th 2013 in Berlin. We asked his friends and closest colleagues to share their remembrances.

Morton Feldman – Crippled Symmetry: at June in Buffalo

In 2000, Eberhard Blum, Nils Vigeland, and Jan Williams came together once more as “The Feldman Soloists” to perform Crippled Symmetry, the trio Feldman composed for them, on the 25th anniversary celebration of the festival he founded.

Morton Feldman – Crippled Symmetry: at June in Buffalo

In 2000, Eberhard Blum, Nils Vigeland, and Jan Williams came together once more as “The Feldman Soloists” to perform Crippled Symmetry, the trio Feldman composed for them, on the 25th anniversary celebration of the festival he founded.