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2021 Roundup

2021 Roundup

We’ve had a productive year; during this post-lockdown transition period we’ve still released six striking new titles: Ben Cardew’s Daft Punk’s Discovery, Harold Heath’s Long Relationships, Paul Turzulli’s & Eddie Otechre’s Who Say...... Read more

Writing Dreaming in Yellow

Writing Dreaming in Yellow

Our second book of 2022 is Dreaming in Yellow, a biography of the infamous free party collective DiY and the remarkably eclectic, outrageous and occasionally deranged story of them doing it themselves. Here author Harry Harrison explains how he...... Read more

Podcast Spotlight: Line Noise

Podcast Spotlight: Line Noise

In our new monthly series, we’ll shine a light on some of our favourite podcasts. We’ll talk to their creators about what goes into their making, and why you should listen to it.  We start by talking to Daft Punk’s Discovery author Ben...... Read more

A Guy Called Gerald on Trip City

A Guy Called Gerald on Trip City

We’ve just reissued Trip City, a dark, dancefloor-driven novel originally published in 1989. The book has been noted as the first independent multi-media literature released in the UK. Upon its publication, Paul Mathur described it as ’On...... Read more

Writing Daft Punk’s Discovery

Writing Daft Punk’s Discovery

Our forthcoming book Daft Punk’s Discovery analyses the French duo’s second album. Discovery was a record that confounded many fans when it was released in 2001, thanks to its blatant pop hooks and unlikely sonic bricolage. It was a...... Read more

Talking Shop: Harold Heath

Talking Shop: Harold Heath

Talking Shop is a new series where our authors choose their five favourite book shops and/or record stores past and present. Up first it’s Harold Heath author of Long Relationships: My Incredible Journey from Unknown DJ to Small-time DJ and it’s...... Read more

Trip City State Of Mind 2021

Trip City State Of Mind 2021

It’s exciting any time we announce a new book but particularly so with our latest, Trip City, as it’s our first fiction title and it comes with a soundtrack by A Guy Called Gerald on vinyl. Author Trevor Miller explains how he came to...... Read more

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