Sensitive, meditative early electronics from a student of Vladimir Ussachevsky.
Dicey, hallucinatory section from one of Henry's very first solo compositions for tape. circa 1951
Groundbreaking, hugely influential piece created for the Brussels '58 World's Fair.
A part of the revolutionary Musique Concrète manifesto, premiered 5th October 1948 in Paris.
Cage's first composition for tape recorder used over 600 recordings and took a year to create.
Jaw-dropping, abstract and deeply psychedelic masterpiece from the founder of the Radiophonic Workshop.
Henry's "experimental opera", a truly epic, deeply arresting composition.
Immersive, hyperreal, astoundingly dynamic material from the master.
Spacious, hyper-edited and ethereal segment from Dockstader's seminal 'Quatermass'.
Dynamic piece created shortly after the opening of the influential Groupe de Recherches Musicales
An early stretch of dramatic soundscapes created 1950-1954, preceding 'Poeme Electronique'
Awe-inspiring rarity from a student of Messiaen and member of the GRM
The natural world, captured and manipulated into a virtual reality.
Dynamically spacious piece taken from the groundbreaking 'Symphonie Pour Un Homme Seul', circa 1950.