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Abdul Qadim Haqq - The Book Of Drexciya Volume Two Softcover Edition
Abdul Qadim Haqq
The Book Of Drexciya Volume Two Softcover Edition
35,99 €*
"We continue to learn about the Drexciyans and their first leader, Drexaha. 5 stories just like the Book of Drexciya, Volume One.
Questlove - Music Is History
Music Is History
27,99 €*
Bestselling author and Sundance award-winning director Questlove offers a thrilling, music-driven ride through the last fifty years of American history​.

In Music Is History, bestselling author and Sundance award-winning director Questlove harnesses his encyclopedic knowledge of popular music and his deep curiosity about history to examine America over the past fifty years. Choosing one essential track from each year, Questlove unpacks each song’s significance, revealing the pivotal role that American music plays around issues of race, gender, politics, and identity.

Music Is History focuses on the years 1971 to the present, not only the country’s most complex and rewarding half-century when it comes to the ways that pop culture and culturally diverse history intersect and interact, but also the years that overlap with Questlove’s own life. Music Is History moves fluidly from the personal to the political, examining events closely and critically, to unpeel and uncover previously unseen dimensions, and encouraging readers to do the same. Whether he is exploring how Black identity reshaped itself during the blaxploitation era, analyzing the assembly-line nature of disco and its hostility to Black genius, or remembering his own youth as a pop fan and what it taught him about America, Questlove finds the hidden connections in the American tapestry.

Complete with playlists organized around personal, playful themes that touch on everything from the relationship of hip-hop to music’s past to the secret ingredient in all funk songs, Music Is History is filled with and informed by Questlove’s preferences, perspectives, and particularities. It feels like both a popular history of contemporary America and a conversation with one of music's most influential and unique voices.
Maggot Brain Magazine - Issue # 4 - March / April / May 2021
Maggot Brain Magazine
Issue # 4 - March / April / May 2021
12,99 €*
Third Man is back with ink on paper and stoked to bring you a super-packed special issue of their arts and music quarterly Maggot Brain! For this cover story, Maggot Brain dives into Sun Ra and The Arkestra's visit to Istanbul, Turkey in 1990. The issue also features interviews with Luc Sante on 'Crawdaddy' magazine, comedy guru Tom Scharpling in advance of the publication of his moving and hilarious new autobio, a conversation between "Blue" Gene Tyranny and Peter Gordon conducted by Ned Sublette on their groundbreaking minimal-pop masterwork Trust in Rock, abstract paintings by Detroit's Kathy Leisen, photography by Michael Macioce, fiction by Mike Decapite, overviews of new music from David Nance, Patricia Brennan & Pharaoh Sanders and so much more. See below for an overview of the always thought-provoking content in the upcoming issue.

In this issue: • LUC Sante on 'Crawdaddy' magazine · Debut publication of often hilarious and always droll memoirs by Stuart Moxham (Young Marble Giants, Gist, solo, etc) · Murat Cem Mengüç' dramatic tale of when SUN RA and the Arkestra visited Istanbul, Turkey in 1990 · The fantastic and true story of electro-pop pioneer, runway model, and Eve Babitz-ish character ANN Steel, which has never fully been told before now · In conversation with comedy guru TOM Scharpling in advance of the publication of his moving and hilarious new autobio · Archival interview by Steve Lafreniere with 'Honeymoon Killers' star Shirley Stoler · Overviews of new music from David Nance, Patricia Brennan & Pharoah Sanders · Breathtakingly beautiful new abstract paintings from Detroit's Kathy Leisen · Amazing sequential art by John Vasquez Mejias, Steve Krakow (his top ten songs by THE Fall), Marc Bell, and Nathaniel Russell · AK Dwang CHIL's shamanistic Korean trad-pop by Jay Ruttenberg · Stunning photographs of downtown NYC musicians from the 1980s and early 1990s by Shimmy-Disc's house photographer Michael Macioce · An amazing, lengthy conversation between 'blue' Gene Tyranny (rip) and Peter Gordon conducted by no less than NED Sublette on their groundbreaking minimal-pop masterwork Trust in Rock! · Ephemera columns with lovely and rare punk badges and the story behind the computer paper-printed lyric sheets you could send away for in the early 1970s by the Blue Öyster Cult! · The punk kids who figured out how to make truly awesome Vegan Jerky · Fiction by Mike Decapite, a column by Karima Walker, and even more, somehow
Funko - POP NBA: Bulls - 10
POP NBA: Bulls - 10" Michael Jordan (Red Jersey)
39,95 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
Limited edition, detailed vinyl toy inspired by Michael Jordan wearing a red Bulls jersey out of the Funko Pop NBA series. Height: approx. 25.5 cm. Highly collectible!
Funko - POP Rocks: Tupac - Vest w/ Bandana
POP Rocks: Tupac - Vest w/ Bandana
14,95 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
Preorder shipping from 16.06.2023
Limited edition, detailed vinyl toy of Tupac Shakur out of the Funko Pop Rocks series. Height: approx. 10 cm. Highly collectible!
Lodown Magazine - Issue 121 - Drifters
Lodown Magazine
Issue 121 - Drifters
9,00 €*
Highlights of our Savages issue include… - Ricky Powell... It’s probably a truism, and doubly true for those of us invested in the idea of culture, that when we finally go, we have a nagging fear that others will eulogize us with half-baked notions about who we were, what we cared about, what we brought to the party. A lot of empty pontificating, getting the important details all wrong. Well, lemme tell you, Ricky wasn’t just interested or invested in culture, it was his lifeblood, his *‘raisin dead rat’*. Rest In Peace, brother!

- WHY Ebay... Every once in a while you get introduced to the work of an emerging artist that immediately makes you reflect on why you fell in love with graffiti, graphic design, fashion and getting inked in the first place. It is as if you suddenly got invited to observe things from an edge, wondering when and why you suddenly stopped to rethink - or think ahead - the many possibilities these mediums offer while admiring the audacity, presumed playful easiness and variety of ideas on display. And one of these artists goes by the capricious name of Why Ebay.

- Richard Kern... There are quite a few protagonists that portrayed the seedy underground of NYC in the 80s, and East Village-based Richard Kern certainly is one of the most prominent ones. As a filmmaker he was one of the driving forces behind the Cinema of Transgression, for which he explored hysteria, sex, drugs and violence through the punk rock lens - topics he committed to for a large part of his professional career as a photographer as well.

- Cali Thornhill Dewitt... Creating subversions of the American flag. Being a roadie for grunge royalty. Running a publishing house. Doing radio. Preparing for solo-exhibitions worldwide. Running a record label. Actually, the creative endeavors of celebrated artist Cali Thornhill DeWitt are too numerous to list, but it’s safe to state that the collaboration with Abloh and Kanye a few years back might have been the moment that catapulted his name into the mainstream consciousness once and for all.

- plus more elaborate features and visual awesomeness from the likes of: Marta Blue, Mark Mulroney, Clamm, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Icy & Sot, Dry Cleaning, Matt Hansel, Mike Osborne, Djinn and many others.
Nas - Nas Art Screenprint
Mudpuppy - Andy Warhol Coloring Book
Andy Warhol Coloring Book
11,99 €*
Mudpuppy's Andy Warhol Coloring Book features the iconic pop artist's greatest hits ready to be colored in and customized by young artists. Introduce well-known classics like Andy's Campbell's Soup Cans to a new generation in a creative and interactive way with this 32-page coloring book. Each page is perforated to easily tear out and display as a new work of art. - 32 pages, 9. 5 x 12. 25
Robert Winter - Passing Me By - Stolizy
Record Culture Magazine - Issue 7
Record Culture Magazine
Issue 7
17,99 €*
Record Culture Magazine is a biannual publication that focuses on niche music communities around the world and their intersection with the worlds of art, fashion and culture.

200 plus magazine featuring interviews and studio visits with:

– Louise Chen – John Gómez – Apiento – Regularfantasy – Lauer – Beatrice Dillon – Public Possession – River Yarra – Sadar Bahar – Anthony Naples And the visual feature, “A Decade of Power and L.I.E.S.
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Iron Maiden - The Number Of The Beast (Album Art) - ReAction Figure
Iron Maiden
The Number Of The Beast (Album Art) - ReAction Figure
19,99 €*
"For The Devil sends The Beast with wrath because he knows the time is short..."
The official Super7 x Iron Maiden collaboration continues! The Beast from the 1982 Number of the Beast album comes to life as a 3.75-inch ReAction figure! The Beast comes with pitchfork.

• Product Material/Process: Injected Plastic & Paint
• Package Dimensions (in): 9"x6"x1"
• Weight (oz): 3 oz
Iron Maiden - Twilight Zone (Single Art) - ReAction Figure
Iron Maiden
Twilight Zone (Single Art) - ReAction Figure
19,99 €*
"I can't get used to purgatory, you know it really makes me cry..."
The official Super7 x Iron Maiden collaboration continues! Eddie from the 1981 Twilight Zone single art comes to life as a 3.75-inch ReAction figure! Spectral Eddie is ghostly translucent clear white and the cardback features foil highlights!

• Product Material/Process: Injected Plastic & Paint
• Package Dimensions (in): 9"x6"x1"
• Weight (oz): 3 oz
Gilles Peterson & Stuart Baker - Cuba: Music And Revolution: Original Album Cover Art Of Cuban Music - Record Sleeve Designs Of Revolutionary Cuba 1959-90
Gilles Peterson & Stuart Baker
Cuba: Music And Revolution: Original Album Cover Art Of Cuban Music - Record Sleeve Designs Of Revolutionary Cuba 1959-90
29,99 €*
‘Cuba: Music and Revolution: Original Album Cover Art of Cuban Music: Record Sleeve Designs of Revolutionary Cuba 1959-90 ’ is a stunning new deluxe 250-page large format hardback book compiled and edited by Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records) that features many 100s of stunning and unique Cuban record sleeve designs made since the Cuban Revolution led by Fidel Castro in 1959. These album covers have rarely been seen (nor heard) outside of Cuba and show a rich previously hidden history of both music and design.

‘Cuba: Music and Revolution’ is the first ever book about Cuban record sleeve design and has been five years in the making, made in full co-operation with the Cuban government. The record sleeve designs reflect both the rich cultural Latin musical legacy of Cuba, as well as the political and aesthetic influence of revolutionary Communism, which manifests itself both in the music created on the island and the artwork of the designs included here.

Cuban music is the source of much Latin music in the 20th century. Salsa, the all-encompassing Latin music that came out of New York in the 1970s, and soon spread across Colombia, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and elsewhere, owes all of its success to the Cuban music on which it is fundamentally based.

These record sleeves help document the dramatic change in Cuba’s identity from that of 1950s tourist paradise to socialist state. Following the Cuban Revolution in 1959, the United States imposed a trade embargo which exists to this day, and as a consequence the many 100s of Cuban records featured here have rarely been seen outside of Cuba.

The book is edited and compiled by Gilles Peterson, BBC broadcaster, record label owner, DJ, record collector, founder of Worldwide FM and Stuart Baker, founder of Soul Jazz Records. Together they have edited two earlier critically-acclaimed music and design books ‘Freedom, Rhythm and Sound – Revolutionary Jazz Cover Art 1965-83’ and ‘Bossa Nova and The Rise of Brazilian Music in the 1960s’.

In conjunction with the deluxe book, Soul Jazz Records will be releasing an album also compiled by Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker, charting the rise of Cuban music in the 1970s and featuring many of the artists who appear in this book.
Alexander Rosso - Sneaker Coloring Book
Alexander Rosso
Sneaker Coloring Book
9,99 €*
Take a break from your stressful day-to-day sneaker hunting and amp up your creativity. In the Sneaker Coloring Book you can color your most beloved shoe models in what ever way you want. You can relax your mind with some peaceful coloring fun, or get head on creative adding that complex design you always wished for your favorite sneaker model.

Whether you are an advanced sneaker head or just have the slightest interest in street fashion and sneakers, you can t go wrong with the Sneaker Coloring Book! Equally well suited for kids and adults, the book s 50 pages are packed with illustrations of some of the most iconic sneaker models of all times. From the original Pro Keds, Adidas Superstar and Vans Sk8-Hi, via 80s classics such as Troop and Air Jordan, to recent models like Nike Marty Mcfly, Puma Creeper, Balenciaga triple S and Adidas Yeezy just to name a few of the many models included in the book.

The shoes in the Sneaker Coloring Book are illustrated by Alexander Rosso, a sneaker nerd of rank who has spent the past 12 years working as a graphic designer and illustrator, mainly in the music and streetwear business.

The Sneaker Coloring Book is marker friendly! Use your favorite markers without the risk of ruining the illustration on the other side of the paper. The Sneaker Coloring Book is the latest in Dokument Press popular coloring book series, with themes such as hip hop, graffiti, skateboarding and lowriders.
Matthew Yokobosky - Studio 54: Night Magic
Matthew Yokobosky
Studio 54: Night Magic
39,99 €*
There has never been--and will never be--another nightclub to rival the sheer glamour, energy, and wild creativity that was Studio 54. This catalog accompanies an exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum exploring how Studio 54 was a unique zeitgeist of an era.

From the moment it opened in 1977, Studio 54 celebrated spectacle and promised a never-ending parade of anything goes. Although it existed for only three years, it served as a catalyst that brought together some of the most famous, creative, and strangest people in the world. It quickly became known for its all-ages celebrity guest list and its uniquely chic clientele of superstars and freaks of all races and sexual preferences who would often show up half-dressed or in costume. From the cutting-edge lighting displays and sound system to its elaborate sets that would change on a whim, altering the environment and ambiance, it was the beginning of nightclub as performance art.

Now, the Brooklyn Museum is staging the first exhibition featuring the nightclub as a bellwether of New York City cultural life. More than 650 objects--spanning fashion, photography, drawings, film, and music--as well as video, film, and soundtrack, create an immersive experience, with an exhibition design inspired by the club's original lighting and atmosphere. Highlights include never-before-published costume sketches by artist Antonio Lopez and newly discovered set designs, as well as ephemera salvaged by the original club staff and interviews with the cultural luminaries who were there.

Telling the story of this legendary club, as well as serving as a companion to the exhibition, Studio 54: Night Magic serves as a document of the era, depicting the wild energy and provocative creativity of this seminal cultural moment.
Mort Garson - Plantasia
Mort Garson
Plantasia "Woman With Her Plants" Poster
14,24 €* 14,99 € -5%
High quality art print featuring the "Woman With Her Plants" design from Mort Garson's Mother Earth's Plantasia. 12x18".
Geto Boys - The Geto Boys By Rolf Potts
Geto Boys
The Geto Boys By Rolf Potts
15,99 €*
At the outset of summer in 1990, a Houston gangsta rap group called the Geto Boys was poised to debut its self-titled third album under the guidance of hip-hop guru Rick Rubin. What might have been a low-profile remix release from a little-known corner of the rap universe began to make headlines when the album's distributor refused to work with the group, citing its violent and depraved lyrics. When The Geto Boys was finally released, chain stores refused to stock it, concert promoters canceled the group's performances, and veteran rock critic Robert Christgau declared the group "sick motherfuckers."
One quarter of a century later the album is considered a hardcore classic, having left an immutable influence on gangsta rap, horrorcore, and the rise of Southern hip-hop.
Charting the rise of the Geto Boys from the earliest days of Houston's rap scene, Rolf Potts documents a moment in music history when hip-hop was beginning to replace rock as the transgressive sound of American youth. In creating an album that was both sonically innovative and unprecedentedly vulgar, the Geto Boys were accomplishing something that went beyond music. To paraphrase a sentiment from Don DeLillo, this group of young men from Houston's Fifth Ward ghetto had figured out the "language of being noticed" - which is, in the end, the only language America understands.
Björk - Homogenic By Emily Mackay
Homogenic By Emily Mackay
16,99 €*
In recent years, Björk's artistry has become ever more ambitious and ever more respected. With the release of her conceptual app-album Biophilia in 2011, and a huge retrospective exhibition at New York's Museum of Modern Art coinciding with her most recent album, Vulnicura, in 2015, her status as artpop auteur has been secured. The album that made all this possible, though is 1997's Homogenic, a turning point in Björk's career and still among her finest musical achievements. Produced under great strain, it moves beyond the stylistic magpie rush of Debut and the urbanophile future-pop of Post, to something darker, stronger and braver, full of dramatic assertions of independence, sharp, stuttering beats, rich strings and raw outbursts of noise. It created, as the Alexander McQueen designed sleeve clearly asserted, a new Björk, one who would never stop hunting.
Motörhead - Born To Love, Live To Win Standard Patch
Born To Love, Live To Win Standard Patch
4,99 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
An official licensed Motorhead standard patch featuring the 'Born to Love, Live to Win' design motif. Iron On Patch.
Bomml - Vinyl Forever - Totgesagte Leben Länger
Snoop Dogg - From Crook To Cook: Platinum Recipes From Tha Boss Dogg's Kitchen
Snoop Dogg
From Crook To Cook: Platinum Recipes From Tha Boss Dogg's Kitchen
22,99 €*
Snoop rolls out 50 recipes, organized by meals and occasions, with epic
stories and archival photos and ephemera. This is a sincere, funny,
delicious collection of (cannabis-free) recipes and entertaining ideas from
one of the most beloved rappers of our generation. Get ready for Snoop
Dogg’s first ever cookbook! Complete with epic stories and photography
that brings this masterpiece to life and packed with 50 recipes straight
from his own collection, including:
• Baked Mac & Cheese
• Fried Bologna Sandwiches with Chips
• Soft Flour Tacos
• Easy Orange Chicken
• Lobster Thermidor
• Filet Mignon
Also included are Snoop's favorite munchies; chewy Starbursts, Frito
BBQ Twists, and of course, no party is complete without that Gin and
Ian Castello-Cortes - Desperately Seeking Bowie
Ian Castello-Cortes
Desperately Seeking Bowie
14,90 €*
Explore the geography of genius in Desperately Seeking Bowie, a pocket-sized hardcover that situates major milestones from David Bowie’s career in the locations where they took place. Detailed maps show his movements around the world, while profiles of notable locales illuminate the interaction between artist and place. Bowie fans will be thrilled by this career-spanning tour of his global trajectory, from his home in New York City to the studio in Berlin where he recorded three of his albums, to the narrow London street where he posed for the cover of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars. Like the other titles in the series, Desperately Seeking Bowie looks at a major cultural icon from a brand-new perspective, providing context for his life, work, and legacy.
Patagonia - Let My People Go Surfing (German)
Let My People Go Surfing (German)
24,95 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
As a child, Yvon Chouinard moved with his father, a French Canadian blacksmith, to Southern California with little English and less money. Today his company, Patagonia, is approaching $1 billion in sales annually as one of the most environmentally and socially responsible corporations on the planet.

It has been ten years since Chouinard first shared his iconoclastic view of business with the world. Since then, through a global recession and intensifying environmental crisis, Patagonia has become a worldwide corporate leader—demonstrating that the values and philosophies laid out in this book are the best path to profits. This is not another tale of a successful businessman who chooses to do good on the side. It is the story of a businessman who has attained ever-growing success by placing Patagonia’s mission statement at the core of their culture: to build the best product, do no unnecessary harm, and use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis.

Let My People Go Surfing is the portrait of a young man who found escape by scaling the world’s highest peaks, of an innovator who used his father’s tools to fashion equipment that changed climbing forever, of an entrepreneur who brought doing good to the heart of his business. In addition, it is a blueprint for all facets of responsible business, from design and production, to marketing and human resources.

Paperback edition; language: German; 280 pages; dimensions: approx. 16.5 x 24 cm; printed on 100% post-consumer-waster recycled paper.
Sub Opus 36 e.V. - SO36 - 1978 bis heute
Can - Tago Mago by Alan Warner
Tago Mago by Alan Warner
16,99 €*
Finally, a brilliant exploration of the German rock band Can's monumental 1971 album Tago Mago.
Tago Mago is a hugely unique and influential album that deserves close analysis from a fan, rather than a
musicologist. In this officially approved account of one of the most influential and powerful albums of the 1970s, Scottish novelist Alan Warner details the
concrete music we hear on the album as well as how it was composed,
executed and recorded—including the history of the album in terms of
its release, promotion and art work. Warner includes a backtracking of
the history of the band up to that point and also some description of Can's unique recording approach taking into account their home studio set up. Yet this tale of Tago Mago is more than just a history of the band; it is also the tale of a young man obsessed with record collecting
in the dark and mysterious period of pop music before Google.
Through a combination of Warner’s own experiences and interviews with the two surviving members of the band (drummer Jaki Liebezeit, keyboardist Irmin Schmidt and bassist Holger Czukay) Can’s Tago Mago
is a hilariously personal and illuminating picture of one of the biggest names in experimental rock.

160 pages, paperback.
Martha Cooper & Henry Chalfant - Subway Art
Martha Cooper & Henry Chalfant
Subway Art
19,99 €*
In 1984 the groundbreaking Subway Art brought graffiti to the world. 30 years on, the bible of the street-art movement is back and better than ever!

With over 70 fresh photographs not included in the original edition.

In new introductions Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant recall how they gained entry to the New York City graffiti community in the 1970s and 1980s.

New afterwords continue the story from the decline of the subway graffiti scene in the late 1980s to its unexpected rebirth as a global art movement.

The authors bring us up to date on how the lives of the original subway artists have unfolded, and mourn the loss of several writers to the darker forces of the street.

128 pages, 33,5 x 23,4 cm, paperback.
Jamel Shabazz - Reflections From The 80s
Jamel Shabazz
Reflections From The 80s
19,00 €* 20,00 € -5%
In the ’80s, New York was a tough environment: violent rival street gangs, drugs, and arrests were part of the city’s dark fabric and gave
rise to the artistic expression of social and political injustices of the African American community. Many young people found
themselves at difficult crossroads or facing challenging and often violent day-to-day realities. Shabazz wanted to do what he could to
ease the tension of his community and help kids stay out of trouble. So he took to the streets with his camera, attracting young
people for whom he became a mentor and inspiration, helping with life choices and keeping a positive outlook for the future.
These photographs are his visual diary – a collection of memories, moments, conversations, people, and details. They reflect
personal relationships, while giving expression to universal sentiments of all adolescents, such as hope, dreams, self-discovery, and
living in the moment.

64 pages, limited to 2500 copies.
Elizabeth Semmelhack - Out Of The Box: The Rise Of Sneaker Culture
Elizabeth Semmelhack
Out Of The Box: The Rise Of Sneaker Culture
47,99 €*
A groundbreaking traveling exhibition, Out of the Box showcases sneakers, from the mid-nineteenth century to sports performance breakthroughs, to present-day cultural icons. Drawn from the collection of the Bata Shoe Museum and significant private collectors, museums, and archives—including adidas AG, Converse Archives, Kosow Sneaker Museum, Nike Archives, Northampton Museums and Art Gallery, and Reebok Archives—this selection is richly contextualized with interviews and essays by design innovators, sneaker collectors, and cultural historians, creating a backdrop of the technical innovation, fashion trends, social history, and marketing campaigns that shaped the form over the past two centuries.
Out of the Box includes sneakers ranging from an 1860 spiked running shoe, a pair of 1936 track shoes, Air Jordans I–XX3, the original Air Force 1, and early Adidas Superstars to contemporary sneakers by prominent figures including Damien Hirst, Jeremy Scott, Jeff Staple, and Kanye West. The book also highlights sneakers and prototype drawings that span the career of Nike sneaker design legend Tinker Hatfield, making this the definitive illustrated history of sneaker culture.

Acclaimed shoe historian Elizabeth Semmelhack is senior curator at the Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto. Bobbito Garcia is the leading authority on sneaker culture. Ada Hopkins is a conservator at the Bata Shoe Museum. Dee Wells is the creator of Obsessive Sneaker Disorder. Tinker Hatfield is a Nike designer. Eric Avar is Nike’s creative director. Cey Adams was the founding creative director of Def Jam Records. Darryl McDaniels is a member of the hip-hop group Run-D.M.C. Walt Frazier is a former professional basketball player. Adam Horovitz is a member of the hip-hop group the Beastie Boys. Christian Louboutin is a footwear designer.

256 pages, 10 x 11,75 inches, hardcover.
J Dilla - Donuts by Jordan Ferguson
J Dilla
Donuts by Jordan Ferguson
15,99 €*
From a Los Angeles hospital bed, equipped with little more than a laptop and a stack of records, James “J Dilla” Yancey crafted a set of tracks that would forever change the way beatmakers viewed their artform. The songs on Donuts are not hip hop music as “hip hop music” is typically defined; they careen and crash into each other, in one moment noisy and abrasive, gorgeous and heartbreaking the next. The samples and melodies tell the story of a man coming to terms with his declining health, a final love letter to the family and friends he was leaving behind. As a prolific producer with a voracious appetite for the history and mechanics of the music he loved, J Dilla knew the records that went into constructing Donuts inside and out. He could have taken them all and made a much different, more accessible album. If the widely accepted view is that his final work is a record about dying, the question becomes why did he make this record about dying?

Drawing from philosophy, critical theory and musicology, as well as Dilla’s own musical catalogue, Jordan Ferguson shows that the contradictory, irascible and confrontational music found on Donuts is as much a result of an artist’s declining health as it is an example of what scholars call “late style,” placing the album in a musical tradition that stretches back centuries.

152 pages.
Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works Volume II by Marc Weidenbaum
Aphex Twin
Selected Ambient Works Volume II by Marc Weidenbaum
16,99 €*
Extravagantly opaque, willfully vaporous — Aphex Twin’s Selected Ambient Works Volume II, released by the estimable British label Warp Records in 1994, rejuvenated ambient music for the Internet Age that was just dawning. In the United States, it was Richard D. James's first full length on Sire Records (home to Madonna and Depeche Mode) under the moniker Aphex Twin; Sire helped usher him in as a major force in music, electronic or otherwise.

Faithful to Brian Eno’s definition of ambient music, Selected Ambient Works Volume II was intentionally functional: it furnished chill out rooms, the sanctuaries amid intense raves. Choreographers and film directors began to employ it to their own ends, and in the intervening decades this background music came to the fore, adapted by classical composers who reverse-engineered its fragile textures for performance on acoustic instruments. Simultaneously, “ambient” has moved from esoteric sound art to central tenet of online culture. This book contends that despite a reputation for being beatless, the album exudes percussive curiosity, providing a sonic metaphor for our technologically mediated era of countless synchronized nanosecond metronomes.

144 pages.
Krink - K-60 Squeeze Marker
K-60 Squeeze Marker
11,89 €* 13,99 € -15%
The easy to use KRINK Squeeze Marker is filled with 60ml of heavily pigmented KRINK ink.
This unique ink with its extra strong covering characteristics not only looks like paint, it also
has a similar durability. Equipped with a 1cm wide round tip, the Squeeze Marker is ideally
suited for surfaces such as glass, metal, canvas and the widest range of materials. Its flexible
plastic body allows for maximal flow control. Gently squeezing the body causes the ink to
flow in classic KR style. The KRINK Squeeze Marker is manufactured using only high quality
components. Hand made in the USA.
Krink - K-51 Permanent Ink Marker
Krink - K-42 Paint Marker
Krink - K-60 Squeeze Marker
K-60 Squeeze Marker
13,99 €*
The easy to use KRINK Squeeze Marker is filled with 60ml of heavily pigmented KRINK ink.
This unique ink with its extra strong covering characteristics not only looks like paint, it also
has a similar durability. Equipped with a 1cm wide round tip, the Squeeze Marker is ideally
suited for surfaces such as glass, metal, canvas and the widest range of materials. Its flexible
plastic body allows for maximal flow control. Gently squeezing the body causes the ink to
flow in classic KR style. The KRINK Squeeze Marker is manufactured using only high quality
components. Hand made in the USA.
Tobias Rapp - Lost and sound - Berlin, Techno und der Easyjetset
Tobias Rapp
Lost and sound - Berlin, Techno und der Easyjetset
13,99 €*
Why is it that thousands of clubbing tourists land at Berlin Schönefeld airport every weekend? Why have clubs like Berghain become the stuff of legend the world over? Why have some of the best-known producers and techno DJs like Richie Hawtin and DJ Hell moved with their labels to this city? These are the kind of questions explored in Lost and Sound by Tobias Rapp, a German music journalist who has been living, working and partying in Berlin since the beginning of the nineties. He has spoken with DJs, clubbers, label bosses, hostel managers and urban planners; he has looked and listened carefully; and most important of all, he has been part of the dance floor himself. Every day of the week – from Wednesday night (in Watergate) right through to Wednesday night (back in Watergate).

Lost and Sound is not one of those books that try to grasp techno from a desk-bound position. Rapp zooms in to relate intimate moments in front of the DJ booth and at the bar, and then cuts to historical tangents and theoretical reflections. Detailed research is interspersed with accounts from a first-person perspective. An excellent portrait of Ricardo Villalobos, the biggest star of the Berlin minimal techno and after-party scene, stands alongside a precise sociological portrayal of the queue for Berghain. Through this interplay of music, architecture, infrastructure and drug-induced explorations of personal limits, Rapp is able to capture what makes Berlin such a unique place for electronic music and how this music is experienced.

Following its publication in Germany in February 2009, Lost and Sound made an impact not
seen from a book about popular music for a long time. This was undoubtedly due in part to the
term coined for its subtitle: the ‘Easyjet set’ is a new group of music fans who – thanks to the
deregulation of the European air travel market – now regard the aeroplane as a taxi service for
parties, effectively making Barcelona, London and Paris suburbs of Berlin.
Lynn Goldsmith - Music In The '80s
Lynn Goldsmith
Music In The '80s
79,99 €*
Preorder shipping from 31.03.2023
Chances are you’ve seen numerous iconic pictures by award-winning portrait and documentary photographer Lynn Goldsmith at some point in your life. Her images have graced the covers of magazines worldwide from Life to Sports Illustrated, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, People and many more. She has also published 14 monographs of her photographs, including the New York Times best-selling photobook New Kids (Rizzoli, 1990).

Over the past 50 years, Goldsmith has photographed hundreds of musicians in studio portrait sessions, at live concerts, on the road and at home. Her new book, Music in the ‘80s, showcases an incredible range of artists during a decade when many new forms of music were gaining popularity: New Wave, Electronica, Rap, Metal, and Ska had chart topping success, as did R&B and Pop. Michael Jackson, Philip Glass, Run DMC, Miles Davis, Judas Priest - these are but a few of the names that during this period became icons. The 80’s was a time like no other in history, and the photographs chosen for this book are as diverse in their style as the music and dress of the decade.

The book also features quotes from many of the people featured in Goldsmiths’ photographs—including Iggy Pop, Tina Turner, Keith Richards, Alice Cooper, Elvis Costello and more—as well as those who were influenced by the tremendous cultural importance of the decade, proving that Music in the ‘80s is sure to hit the right note for all lovers of music.
Funko - POP Rocks: Twiztid - 2 Pack
POP Rocks: Twiztid - 2 Pack
29,95 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
Hip Hop duo, Twiztid, is here to take the stage and mix up your music collection! Jam out with this Pop! Rocks 2-pack featuring Pop! Madrox and Pop! Monoxide. Vinyl figures are approximately 10 cm to 10.8 cm tall.
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Funko - POP Rocks: Cyndi Lauper
POP Rocks: Cyndi Lauper
14,95 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
Preorder shipping from 07.07.2023
Have fun reliving your favourite Cyndi Lauper hits from the 80s with Pop! Cyndi Lauper. Pop! Cyndi Lauper wants to fill your Pop! Rocks collection with favourite memories of vivid colours, energy, hit songs, and style. Bring Pop! Cyndi Lauper home and set the stage for your own music concert celebration. Vinyl figure is approximately 11.3 cm tall.
Bobbito Garcia - Aim High, Little Giant, Aim High!
Bobbito Garcia
Aim High, Little Giant, Aim High!
22,99 €*
Preorder shipping from 21.04.2023
Legendary Dj/author Bobbito García Releases HIS First Children’s Book IN Collaboration With WE ARE Little Giants “Bobbito García’s street-smart text and Estafanía Rivera Cortés’ starburst illustrations make for a buoyant, fun, and thoroughly modern experience. Call ‘I got next’ on AIM HIGH!” —Alexander Wolff, author of Big Game, Small World: A Basketball Adventure The story is about Taína, a nine-year-old, Afro Boricua basketball novice growing up in Brooklyn during a pandemic who learns valuable life lessons from family, friends, and the community, both on and off the court. The narrative seamlessly weaves social-emotional learning with math, arts, social justice, identity, culture, and sports education, all in a fun (and at times goofy) manner! “I’ve been documenting hip hop, sneaker, and basketball history in books, films, and magazines since the ‘80s, so imagine the thrill for me to finally write fiction, and especially for kids! The experience was liberating and allowed me to flex my experiences as a parent, which I haven’t shared much of at all publicly. I truly hope the multiple communities I exist in have the opportunity to see themselves in the words and illustrations …” —Bobbito García Brilliantly illustrated by Estefanía Rivera Cortés, an artist based in San Juan, Puerto Rico with a compassion for social causes, Aim High, Little Giant, Aim High! is an unprecedented presentation of NYC’s unique outdoor basketball culture, created for children of any background to enjoy. The book is published by We Are Little Giants, an independently Black and Puerto Rican owned business.
Michael Hann - Denim And Leather: The Rise And Fall Of He Nwobhm
Michael Hann
Denim And Leather: The Rise And Fall Of He Nwobhm
45,99 €*
Preorder shipping from 14.04.2023
Between 1978 and 1983, Great Britain spawned a DIY uprising of over 500 heavy metal bands. Many soon became the household names of the 1980s metal invasion…many others did not. For the first time, author Michael Hann captures the whole nose-to-tail story of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal in all its power and glory, exploring the bands, clubs, radio, magazines, festivals, and the majesty and misfires of the Nwobhm in over 100 interviews with members of Venom, Def Leppard, Iron Maiden, Diamond Head, Angel Witch, Samson, UFO, Tygers of Pan Tang, Vardis, Judas Priest, Saxon, Whitesnake, Girlschool, Witchfynde, Demon, Thin Lizzy, Rainbow, Gillan, Led Zeppelin, and more. 432 lavishly illustrated pages plus 16pp glossy color section.
Rick Rubin - The Craetive Act: A Way Of Being
Rick Rubin
The Craetive Act: A Way Of Being
29,99 €*
Preorder shipping from 14.04.2023
From the legendary music producer, a master at helping people connect with the wellsprings of their creativity, comes a beautifully crafted book many years in the making that offers that same deep wisdom to all of us.

Many famed music producers are known for a particular sound that has its day and then ages out. Rick Rubin is known for something else: creating a space where artists of all different genres and traditions can home in on who they really are and what they really offer. He has made a practice of helping people transcend their self-imposed expectations in order to reconnect with a state of innocence from which the surprising becomes inevitable. Over the years, as he has thought deeply about where creativity comes from and where it doesn't, he has learned that being an artist isn't about your specific output; it's about your relationship to the world. Creativity has a place in everyone's life, and everyone can make that place larger. In fact, there are few more important responsibilities. The Creative Act is a beautiful and generous course of study that illuminates the path of the artist as a road we all can follow. It distils the wisdom gleaned from a lifetime's work into a luminous reading experience that puts the power to create moments - and lifetimes - of exhilaration and transcendence within closer reach for all of us.
Carl-Hendrik Olsson & Stefan Kery - Grammofon-Missionen - Swedish Jesus Music Aesthetics 1960- 1990
Carl-Hendrik Olsson & Stefan Kery
Grammofon-Missionen - Swedish Jesus Music Aesthetics 1960- 1990
84,99 €*
Preorder shipping from 14.07.2023
With a preface by Johan Kugelberg and additional interviews by Emil Karlsson. This lavish coffee table book takes an in-depth visual look back at the amazing art and graphics of the so-called Swedish Gramophone Mission. The book presents the largest collection of Swedish Christian records from the 1960s -1980s ever amassed featuring 777 record covers, many of them extraordinary and surreal private/custom pressings. Jam packed with lots of interviews, liner-notes and previously unpublished photos describing both the success and tribulations of the mission in vivid detail. This collection documents and celebrates the Swedish Jesus Pop movement and is a striking record of its execution, art, and music. “...Praise the lord with blues and jazz and symphony orchestras, with negro spirituals and with Beethoven’s Fifth, with guitars and xylophones, praise him with gramophones and tape recorders...”
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BETONAT - »CanCrete« Betondose
»CanCrete« Betondose
54,99 €*
Available Sizes:600ml
»CanCrete« 400ml Concrete Can

A little piece of art made of 1,048 kg pure concrete. Urban art object. Statement. Home decoration. Screen/wall for your art. 100% handmade in Berlin Neukölln.

• 400 ml tough concrete.
• 1,048 kg art.
• original size (65 mm diameter, 175 mm height)
• each can is an unique copy.
• handmade in Berlin Neukölln.
• inclusive magnetic, detachable concrete-cap.
• felt-bottom for a safe footing.
• well packed in gift box.
• paintable with each tool you use for other walls as well...

The item will not be sent painted. Show your creativity!
Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique by Dan LeRoy
Beastie Boys
Paul's Boutique by Dan LeRoy
15,99 €*
Dan LeRoy uncovers the story of this outrageous era in Beastie Boys history ... 129 pages
Moof Magazine - Issue 11
Moof Magazine
Issue 11
14,99 €*
This issue features interviews with Pete Brown, Dana Gillespie, Gruff Rhys, Alex Merry and Benjamin Myers, as well as features about the lesser-known UK free festivals, Argentinian underground magazine Expreso Imaginario, Gwawr Records, The New Eves, Burd Ellen, Aphex Twin, album/live music reviews & much more...
Boots-N-Booze - Volume 3
Volume 3
27,99 €*
Preorder shipping from 14.04.2023
The Boots-N-Booze crew is back by popular demand! Boots-NBooze Comics Volume 3 is here with another round of raucous tales harkening back to the Santa Cruz of the 1980s! Picking up where things left off with Volume 2, we follow the antics of the skins, rude boys, street artists, mods, etc., of Santa Cruz in some pretty legendary stories, all illustrated and written by the crew themselves. Volume 3 also features the official first single by Santa Cruz’s own original 1980s ska band Speciall Guest. Created by a crew of illustrators, tattoo artists, and graffiti artists, these stories are bound to make you want to grab a cold one, sit back, and have a laugh! These are limited and will sell out fast! Grab your copy now.
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Funko - POP Star Wars: SWNC - Stormtrooper
POP Star Wars: SWNC - Stormtrooper
14,95 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
Celebrate the most stellar fandom of all with Pop! Stormtrooper™. This imperial soldier is ready to stamp out the last of the resistance. The search for the rebel base has brought him to your Star Wars™: Episode IV A New Hope collection, so hide your rebel forces! Vinyl bobblehead is approximately 4.3-inches tall.
Funko - POP Star Wars: SWNC - Luke
POP Star Wars: SWNC - Luke
14,95 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
Celebrate the most stellar fandom of all with Pop! Luke Skywalker™. This farm boy is ready to learn the ways of the Jedi™ and embark on a mission far from home. Help Pop! Luke Skywalker™ on his journey by uniting him with his rebel friends in your Star Wars™: Episode IV A New Hope collection. Vinyl bobblehead is approximately 11.2 cm tall.
Funko - POP Star Wars: SWNC - Chewbacca
POP Star Wars: SWNC - Chewbacca
14,95 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
Celebrate the most stellar fandom of all with Pop! Chewbacca™. This Wookie warrior, affectionately known as Chewie, has his bowcaster at the ready and can’t wait to be reunited with his friends in your Star Wars™: Episode IV A New Hope collection. Vinyl bobblehead is approximately 12 cm tall.
Trevor Crafts - The Unseen Photos Of Street Gang - How We Got To Sesame Street
Trevor Crafts
The Unseen Photos Of Street Gang - How We Got To Sesame Street
29,99 €*
This official tie-in book to Marilyn Agrelo’s (Mad Hot Ballroom) documentary Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street supplements the film’s exploration of the origins and legacy of Sesame Street with exclusive interviews and unseen photographs from first two seasons of this globally beloved series. Author Trevor Crafts, who was given unprecedented access to archival footage and photography, presents 150 of photographer David Attie’s behind-the-scenes images of Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Matt Robinson, Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, Bert and Ernie, and dozens of other pioneering puppeteers, animators, actors, and Muppets. Crafts uses Attie’s photos to expand upon the film’s story of how show creator Joan Ganz Cooney, along with Sesame Workshop cofounder Lloyd Morrisett and director Jon Stone, took the values and goals of the civil rights movement and revolutionized children’s television. The Unseen Photos of Street Gang is a tribute to the enduring achievements of a rebellious group of artists, educators, and freethinkers who believed that the values of equality, education, and inclusion should not just be championed but also made available to all—a dream that Sesame Street has carried forward for more than fifty years. Contributors include: Sesame Street creator Joan Ganz Cooney, head writer Norman Stiles, lyricist and composer Christopher Cerf, cast members Roscoe Orman (Gordon), Sonia Manzano (Maria), Emilio Delgado (Luis), Bob McGrath (Bob), Caroll Spinney (Big Bird and Oscar), Brian Henson, and Sesame Street's first female puppeteer Fran Brill
Marcnesium - Backstage - Fischmob Und Kollegen: Hamburger Erinnerungen
Backstage - Fischmob Und Kollegen: Hamburger Erinnerungen
129,99 €*
Used Vinyl
Medium: VG+, Cover: VG
Cover with a bumped corner on the front and stains on the back.
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Das Wetter - Ausgabe 29 - Eliza Cover
Aaron Lupton & Jeff Szpirglas - Blood On Black Wax: Horror Soundtracks On Vinyl (Expanded Edition)
Kelly Williams - Liberte Egalite Beyonce - Empowering Quotes And Wisdom From Our Fierce And Flawless Queen
Marty Perez - Kill A Punk For Rock & Roll - Photographs 1976-2019
Marty Perez
Kill A Punk For Rock & Roll - Photographs 1976-2019
57,99 €*
Marty Perez is a Chicago-based photographer who has been documenting the parallels between the worlds of underground rock as well as some of the biggest stars of pop music, from 1976 to the present. This is the first collection of his images from the last five decades of rock’n roll decadence, from the wild, unhinged crowds of unruly and footloose teenagers to the incredible juxtaposition of both house-hold names with the sub-obscure underground bands that didn’t see the bright lights as close, yet still hold that certain magic of the era."—Jim De Rogatis
Jeff Drake - Guilty! My Life As A Member Of The Joneses: A Heroin Addict, A Bank Robber, And A Federal Inmate
Jeff Drake
Guilty! My Life As A Member Of The Joneses: A Heroin Addict, A Bank Robber, And A Federal Inmate
41,99 €*
Jeff Drake has led an extraordinary life... and believe me, that’s a vast understatement. I say this with confidence, because we’ve known each other for four decades. His band the Joneses, co-founded with skateboard champion Steve Olson, was the shining light of the 1980’s Southern California underground rock scene, ages before the term ‘alternative music’ was bandied about by MTV and rock critics. The Joneses were the damn bomb. A louche, sloppy, outlaw amalgam of punk, pop and Don’t Give A Fuck attitude, they played thrashy, trashy rock’n roll that owed as much to The New York Dolls as it did to the Rolling Stones. Jeff’s songwriting was pure, catchy pop, even though the lyrics were riddled with sex and drug references. It was as though he mixed up a potion from the blood and brain cells of Little Richard and The Ramones, came up with a perfect formula, ingested it, and made his own unique creation. The Joneses’ live shows were off the hook, as were their off-stage antics. Though neither of us can remember the exact moment we met, we became fast friends in 1983. We hung out constantly back then and he was a regular at my infamous punk rock crash pad, Disgraceland. Hollywood in the 1980’s was an ungentrified wasteland; the streets were ruled by delinquent twenty-somethings, most of whom were in bands. My own band The Screaming Sirens played numerous times with the Joneses. During the time, the Joneses were being courted by a number of major labels, though the record execs were absolutely clueless and cautious back then. If one of them would’ve taken a gamble, Jeff would’ve become a huge star. Instead, living out his own song ‘Criminals,’ he robbed a bank to feed his heroin habit. On a personal note: in the course of my life I’ve somehow known seven bank robbers, but hands down, Jeff is my favorite.There’s so much more to his story though, as you’ll see in the following pages. It’s a confessional told in a direct, honest, engaging way, in his own words with a touch of dark humor; it’s exactly the way he speaks in real life. You, dear reader, will be extremely happy that Jeff didn’t join the 27 Club, the coterie of rock stars who passed away at that young age. Luckily, he’s still with us to tell his own personal story of sin and redemption. After all, what could possibly be more subversively rock’n roll than living to tell all the salacious details?”—Pleasant Gehman, March, 2022.
Run DMC - Holiday 3-Pack - ReAction Figures
Holiday 3-Pack - ReAction Figures
59,49 €* 69,99 € -15%
The RUN DMC ReAction Figure Holiday 3-pack is here to deliver some of that holiday spirit from Hollis, Queens straight into your collection! Inspired by their hit song Christmas in Hollis, this festive box set features 3.75” scale figures of Joseph Simmons, Darryl McDaniels, and Jam Master Jay sporting tracksuits, Santa hats, and gold chains, with two microphones with gift bows, a sack of cash, Santa’s wallet, and an “ill reindeer” figure. Celebrate the season in the company of Hip-Hop royalty with the RUN DMC ReAction Figure Holiday 3-Pack!

• Product Material/Process: Injected Plastic & Paint
• Product Accessories: 2 microphones with gift bows, Sack of cash, Santa's wallet, ill reindeer
• Package Dimensions (in): 9"x6"x1"
• Weight (oz): 1.0 lb
Peanuts - Surfer Snoopy - ReAction Figure
Surfer Snoopy - ReAction Figure
21,99 €*
“He’s going to… WIPE OUT!” Snoopy rides the waves in the Peanuts strip originally published August 10, 1965 (which also happens to be our favorite Beagle’s birthday!). Sadly, Snoopy’s brave attempt at surfing teaches him that he may be better suited to dry land. This 3.75” Surfer Snoopy ReAction figure comes with his very own surfboard and is packaged on a cardback featuring Charles Schulz’s art from the vintage comic strip. Add the whole wave of Snoopy ReAction figures to your Peanuts collection!

• Product Material/Process: Injected Plastic & Paint
• Product Accessories: Surfboard
• Package Dimensions (in): 9"x6"x1"
• Weight (oz): 3 oz
Grateful Dead - Dancing Bears Display Box - ReAction Figures
Grateful Dead
Dancing Bears Display Box - ReAction Figures
101,99 €* 119,99 € -15%
When artist Bob Thomas designed the Dancing Bears for Grateful Dead soundman Owsley “Bear” Stanley, they were to only appear on the back cover of the band’s 1973 album The History of the Grateful Dead, Volume 1 (Bear’s Choice). Little did he or anyone know that they would become as synonymous with the Dead as trading bootleg tapes, improvised jam sessions, and global counterculture! Super7 is proud to introduce the latest wave of Grateful Dead ReAction figures: the Dancing Bears! Available in Stealie Red, Haight Purple, Electric Yellow, Leafy Green, Ashbury Orange, and Stealie Blue, they can be purchased individually or in a set of all six colors, and come with a peg stand that helps them to remain upright while in various posed positions.

• Product Material/Process: Injected Plastic & Paint
• Product Accessories: Peg stand
• Package Dimensions (in): 9"x6"x1"
• Weight (oz): 1.68 lb
Funko - POP Albums: Usher - 8701
POP Albums: Usher - 8701
21,95 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
R&B artist, Usher, is here to take the stage and liven up your music collection! Jam out with this Pop! Albums Cover of his album, 8701, featuring Pop! Usher. Pop! figure is adhered to the base and backdrop to ensure display integrity. Approximate dimensions of protective case: W 22.2 cm x H 22.2 cm x D 9.5 cm
Funko - POP Rocks: Pantera - 4 Pack
POP Rocks: Pantera - 4 Pack
59,95 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
American heavy metal band, Pantera, is here to take over the stage in your music collection! Rock on with this Pop! 4-pack featuring Pop! Philip Anselmo, Pop! Vinnie Paul, Pop! Dimebag Darrell, Pop! Rex Brown. Vinyl figures are approximately 10 to 10.8 cm tall.
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Funko - POP Star Wars: Mandalorian - Frog Lady
POP Star Wars: Mandalorian - Frog Lady
12,70 €* 14,95 € -15%
Available Sizes:One Size
Limited edition, detailed vinyl toy of Mandalorian - Frog Lady out of the Funko Pop Star Wars series. Height: approx. 10 cm. Highly collectible!
Moonbuilding Magazine - Issue 2
Moonbuilding Magazine
Issue 2
12,99 €*
The new issue, which they’re calling the Autumn Collection, stars Bristol’s rising electronic star Kayla Painter on the cover and comes with a bumper 13-track CD featuring contributions from artists appearing at the Castles In Space Levitation festival in Whitby in November.

Inside there’s some lovely interviews with Where It’s At Is Where You Are’s John Jervis, A Man Called Adam’s Sally Rodgers, Kevin “DJ Food” Foakes and pop culture author extraordinaire Paul Gorman.

There’s reviews of the latest releases from CiS and labels including Zen FC, Wiaiwya, Cavendish House, DiN, Tigerforce, Blackford Hill, Woodford Halse, Impossible Objects Of Desire, Clay Pipe Music and Front & Follow and more…

There’s our thoughts on the latest music books including Simon William’s ‘Pandamonium’, Ted Kessler’s ‘Paper Cuts’, Nige Tassell’s ‘Whatever Happened To The C86 Kids’ and Rory Sullivan-Burke’s excellent John McGeoch biography.

The cover illustration is once again by the rather talented Nick Taylor, who also provides additional bells and whistles for the cover feature itself. With a second issue Moonbuilding can now lay claim to having regulars - The Orb’s Alex Paterson turns columnist and Steven Appleby’s all-new Captain Star strip, which first appeared in NME in 1986 and enjoyed spells both in The Observer and SFX mag, really hits its stride.
Wire - Issue 467 - January 2023
Issue 467 - January 2023
9,99 €*
2022 Rewind The Wire’s essential guide to the year in music will chart the highs and lows of another 12 months of never-ending change in underground culture. Our 2022 Rewind issue will be bigger than ever and will include our eagerly anticipated Top 50 Releases of the Year and Archive Releases of The Year charts, both compiled from the votes of more than 60 of our critics and contributors. Other features include new charts covering the books, events and films of the year, alongside cultural reflections from our roster of writers, our columnists’ charts from avant rock to noise, essays on healing sounds and strategies, music’s new vaudevillians, dispatches on music in Ukraine and Iran, and more.

Invisible Jukebox Drone composer Kali Malone takes the mystery record test.

Global Ear Robert Rigney hangs out on the Asian side of Istanbul as the city’s nightlife coalesces in the liberated neighbourhood of Kadiköy.

Unlimited Editions AGF’s sound art and multimedia activism platform REC:on

Unofficial Channels Xenharmonic Wiki resource for advanced tuning systems Inner Sleeve Gaye Su Akyol on Morphine’s Good

Plus full page interviews with Kraus, Heith, Danial Bachman, and Venus Ex Machina.
Jan Lankisch - I Feel Everything You Say, I Feel Everything You Hear
Jan Lankisch
I Feel Everything You Say, I Feel Everything You Hear
28,90 €* 34,00 € -15%
In 2021, the „Week-End Fest“ looked back on 10 years of encounters between over 100 international musicians. Since its beginning in 2011, the curators‘ own fanhood has been a central element – thus the idea arose to have the artists tell stories about musicians, places or encounters that have shaped them. In ‚I feel everything you say, I feel everything you hear.‘ (the title is borrowed from the song „I’m so Green“ by Can) they tell of decisive moments and memories that still resonate today and have shaped their own artistic identity. As with the festival program, the book succeeds in highlighting diverse lines and connections among them. Dub producers Adrian Sherwood and Scientist talk about their deep admiration for the two inventors of dub Lee „Scratch“ Perry and King Tubby. Electronic pioneer Suzanne Ciani talks about her first steps as a musician and her encounter with Don Buchla, to whom she owes her first job and her first synthesizer. The British avant-garde guitarist Fred Frith describes his first bizarre encounter with the Sun Ra Arkestra in New York in 1979, of which Marshall Allen is a member. The latter tells how today, at the age of 97, he creatively carries on the musical legacy of his master Sun Ra with pride and reverence. By focusing on the fan perspective of the participating artists, the book connects to the curatorial concept of the festival itself. And through their stories and anecdotes, building blocks of a new or different oral history of recent music history emerge at the best moments.
eye_C Magazine - Issue 7 - Decelerate - Cover 3
eye_C Magazine
Issue 7 - Decelerate - Cover 3
22,99 €*
We’re pleased to announce the release of eye_C mag No. 07 titled ‘Decelerate’

In ’Decelerate’, which is also our 5th Anniversary issue, we take a step back to deliver a mostly visual project with some of our favourite brands out there. Our covers this time includes a 04:00 AM sunrise shoot in Tokyo with yoshiokubo, a heavily heritage focused editorial with visvim and finally a closer look at F/CE.’s seasonal collaboration with Nanga.

Furthermore we take an i debt look at White Mountaineering’s Autumn/Winter lineup, the latest from Coverchord Women and a full breakdown of nonnative’s 42nd collection. You’ll also find editorials with Tokyo mainstays F.C.R.B., uniform experiment and Sophnet. among others as well as a travel journal from the North with HHV.

Lastly we’ve highlighted our seasonal eye_C collaborations, this time with thisisneverthat, S.F.C., Herill, yoshiokubo and Rototo which will be available at our Tokyo pop-up later this month.

Check out a preview below and purchase the magasine directly through our webstore now and via retailers globally soon.
Zweikommasieben - #26
14,00 €*
Even though zweikommasieben is only released twice a year, it is a project which keeps us busy all year round. Time, however, is only but one essential factor of making this magazine happen. Another one is, more often than not, money. With continuously rising costs for resources and a global recession looming, the act of publishing in print becomes an economically even more questionable venture that’s prohibitive by design. Moreover, there are more important things than music imposing on our daily lives. We are in a privileged enough position to keep on doing what we are doing, but the precarity of publishing is a real threat for a time-consuming project like ours. In an attempt to explore options beyond a black-and-white scenario of continuing and discontinuing, we’ve placed ourselves in a grey zone. Here, possibilities are still present and worthwhile, but always need to be carefully considered.

In this issue, many of the featured projects and artists are aware of the contemporary circumstances that they are embedded in. Subsequently, the objective realities of creating the music and culture which we cover with zweikommasieben are foregrounded. Rather than only focusing on music’s inherent qualities, the following pages highlight what is necessary to be able to produce and participate, and who has these resources at their disposal. The often-sobering view on music and art could be read as disappointing. However, the texts, their authors, and the featured artists also reveal their strategies for navigating their situations and how they aspire to find ways of moving towards a more sustainable context for everyone involved.

A red thread running through various entries of this issue is the focus on the importance of community: Lazer-Gazer and Noise Diva, two younger representatives of the Amsterdam scene, see collaboration at the heart of their practices, and actively set up ways to involve underrepresented voices in the cultural field. In another contribution, the Berlin-based label Unguarded makes a plea for their community as an (artistic) support network. Such a support structure is also acknowledged by Sega Bodega in his interview. He confesses that an important change for him was the ambition to make music that his friends would also want to listen to.

A different perspective on support structures is offered by the collective Technomaterialism. In their essay, they analyze the exploitative practice of late payments as a systemic issue in the creative sector. They also offer a solution, rallying everyone in a freelance ecosystem behind the cause of better, fairer working conditions. In a similar manner, our graphic designers were confronted with the reality of rising paper costs, described above. To minimize paper waste, they created a dense layout that includes the margins which are regularly cut off in industrial production.

With these circumstances in mind, we are proud to present issue #26 of zweikommasieben, hoping that it succeeds in responding to the shared reality of creating anno 2022.
Ryan Leach - A Brief History Of The Urinals And 100 Flowers
Ryan Leach
A Brief History Of The Urinals And 100 Flowers
27,99 €*
A Brief Oral History of the Urinals and 100 Flowers is the result of several years of interviews Ryan Leach did with members of the band and their close associates. Available as a pocketbook. Includes an expanded collection of photographs not available in the eBook. 78 pages.
Robert Pollard - Eat 18
Robert Pollard
Eat 18
29,99 €*
A collection of Guided BY Voices frontman Robert POLLARD’s fantastic collage art in a perfect bound book. 235 pages. The man never stops creating.
Cat Power - Moon Pix By Donna Kozloskie
Cat Power
Moon Pix By Donna Kozloskie
14,99 €*
Moon Pix was conceived during a hallucinatory waking nightmare in the South Carolina home of Chan Marshall one fateful day in 1997. Spirits violently swam up around her house, looming at the windows, beckoning her to join them. Her and her acoustic guitar warded them off song after song, nearly the entire album rushed forth onto a tape recorder that night. Facts, fictions and visions ripple throughout the accounts of Moon Pix from every angle- memories of screaming at an audience, spirals of drunkenness, swimming with sharks in Australia, intense, resonant lyrics and thunderstorms ringing through speakers. Like all legends, the aura surrounding them is an impression, a sensory feeling of unreliable memories: layers of stories become histories.

Through interviews with key players, audience member accounts, fictional narrative imaginings, a collection of record reviews and other explorations of truth, this book, like Moon Pix itself, is an ode to the myth within the music and the music within the myth.
Minnie Ripperton - Come To My Garden By Brittnay L. Proctor
Minnie Ripperton
Come To My Garden By Brittnay L. Proctor
12,74 €* 14,99 € -15%
Come to My Garden (1970) introduced the world to Minnie Riperton, the solo artist. Minnie captivated listeners with her earth-shattering voice's uncanny ability to evoke melancholy and exultance. Born out of Charles Stepney's masterful composition and Richard Rudolph's attentive songwriting, the album fused a plethora of music genres. A blip in the universe of fusion music that would come to dominate the 1970s, Come to My Garden also featured the work of young bandleaders like Ramsey Lewis and Maurice White, thus bridging the divide between jazz and R&B.

Despite fairly positive reviews of the album, even in its many re-releases, it never garnered critical attention. Minnie Riperton's Come to My Garden by Brittnay L. Proctor uses rare archival ephemera, the multiple re-issues of the album, interviews, cultural history, and personal narrative to outline how the revolutionary album came to be and its lasting impact on popular music of the post-soul era (the late 20th to the early 21st century).
ESG - Come Away With Esg By Cheri Percy
Come Away With Esg By Cheri Percy
14,99 €*
ESG were one of the first bands to sign to British indie label Factory Records, working with famed producer Martin Hannett on their early EPs. The band's signature guitar sound from iconic single 'ufo' has been sampled in hundreds of hip hop records, and everyone from Karen O to Kathleen Hanna lists the South Bronx group as a direct influence. So why do the Scroggins sisters appear as nothing more than a footnote in the 1980s music scene?

Through interviews with founding member Renee Scroggins, alongside cult-figures from 1980s New York and North England, this book follows the story of a group of sisters who made it out of the New York projects and into the heart of the dancefloor. Come Away With ESG repositions ESG in their rightful place as punk pioneers and explains how their primal beats have paved the way for modern dance music today.
Christiane Rösinger - Was Jetzt Kommt - Ausgewählte Songtexte
Mint - Das Magazin Für Vinylkultur - Ausgabe 56 - November 2022
Soul Jazz Records Presents/Buch - Punk 45: The Singles Cover Art Of Punk 1976-80
Soul Jazz Records Presents/Buch
Punk 45: The Singles Cover Art Of Punk 1976-80
38,99 €*
Brand new edition of Soul Jazz Records" massive deluxe 400-page Punk 45s cover art book edited and compiled by Jon Savage (author of the seminal book on punk, England"s Dreaming) and Stuart Baker (founder of Soul Jazz Records). This new edition comes with a new introduction from Bobbie Gillespie, founder of Primal Scream (who has recently also published his memoirs Tenement Kid). Contributors include Peter Saville, Richard Hell, Richard H Kirk, Seymour Stein, Geoff Travis, Martin Moscrop, Glenn Branca, Jamie Reid, Dave Robinson, Roger Armstrong, Martin Mills, Gee Vaucher, Savage Pencil, Dennis Morris and more. This book is a revelatory guide to hundreds and hundreds of original 7" record cover sleeve designs - visual artefacts found at the heart of the most radical and anarchistic musical movement of the 20th century.
Funko - POP Star Wars: Retro Series - C-3PO
POP Star Wars: Retro Series - C-3PO
14,95 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
Limited edition, detailed vinyl toy of C-3PO out of the Funko Pop Star Wars series. Height: approx. 10 cm. Highly collectible!
Funko - POP Albums: Rush - Exit Stage Left
POP Albums: Rush - Exit Stage Left
18,65 €* 21,95 € -15%
Available Sizes:One Size
This Funko Pop! Album celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the release of Rush's Exit...Stage Left. Never forget where it started, or the great music that emerged along the way, by collecting this special Pop! Album of Exit...Stage Left which features a matching Pop! and the record cover art packaged together in a protective case. Vinyl figure is approximately9.5 cm tall, protective case is approximately 22.8 cm wide and 22.8 cm tall.
Funko - POP Rocks: Sir Mix-A-Lot
POP Rocks: Sir Mix-A-Lot
14,95 €*
Available Sizes:One Size
Preorder shipping from 16.06.2023
Pop! Sir Mix-A-Lot is here to take your Pop! Rocks collection back to the 90s with his top charting rap music. Since beginning his music career in the 80s, Sir Mix-A-Lot’s music is an undeniable hit and still iconic to this day. Vinyl figure is approximately 10.1cm tall.
Veerle Helsen - Surf & Stay - 7 Road Trips In Europe
Veerle Helsen
Surf & Stay - 7 Road Trips In Europe
39,99 €*
A wanderlust filled surfing itinerary to 7 European hotspots, for the new generation of surfers Surf & Stay is made for surfers and sea lovers who look further than the waves. For lovers of freshly baked pastries, beachfront boutique hotels or dreamy camper spots. Dive into the seven regions in this book - Cornwall, West Flanders, South Brittany, La Côte Basque, Cantabria, Tenerife and Alentejo - and discover a mapped route for your salt-coloured holiday. Where to surf, eat and sleep. This book also guides non-surfers. Surf & Stay is filled with salt & wonder; 256 pages of coastal culture. Veerle Helsen is a travel and architecture journalist who collected four passions - surf, photography, food and design - in one book. For the first Surf & Stay - now sold out - she took a sabbatical in 2018 and travelled solo in a camper along the surf coasts of Spain and Portugal. After this sabbatical she quit her job and today she writes freelance for Belgian media and outdoor brands. This edition of Surf & Stay is her second book. She surfs around the world and lets the forecast decide her schedule.
Giovanna Di Giacomo And Giulia Riva - Straat - International Street Art Museum Amsterdam
Giovanna Di Giacomo And Giulia Riva
Straat - International Street Art Museum Amsterdam
29,99 €*
The inaugural catalogue for the new international street art museum in Amsterdam (between 200,000 and 400,000 visitors expected, more than 240 works of art in the collection) This catalogue for the new international graffiti and street art museum in Amsterdam, Straat, features work created on-site by the greatest artists of today's street art scene. Straat - Quotes from the Streets tells the story of street art as a full-fledged art movement and explores the evolution of 'art in the street', in addition to the development of the new museum. The catalogue is above all a feast for the eyes, with many full-page images of the best street art talent from around the world.
Rian Hughes - Rayguns And Rocketships
Rian Hughes
Rayguns And Rocketships
39,95 €*
Rayguns and rockets! Spacesuited heroes caught in the tentacles of evil insectoid aliens! Who could resist such wonders? Science-fiction paperbacks exploded over the 1940s and 50s literary landscape with the force of an alien gamma bomb. Titles such as Rodent Mutation, The Human Bat vs The Robot Gangster, Dawn of the Mutants and Mushroom Men from Mars appeared from fly-by-night publishers making the most of the end of post-war paper rationing. They were brash and seductive for around a shilling the future was yours. The stories were often conceived around a pre-commissioned cover and a title suggested by the publisher, and the writers were paid by the word, and sometimes not paid at all. Titles were knocked out at a key-pounding pace, sometimes over a weekend, by authors now lost to literary history (plus a few professionals who could spot an opportunity) who were forced to write under pseudonyms like Ray Cosmic, Steve Future, Vector Magroon or Vargo Statten. Despite the tight deadlines and poor pay, the books cover artists still managed to produce works of multi-hued, brain-bending brilliance, and collected here is an overview of their output during an unparalleled period of brash optimism and experimentation in publishing.
Rian Hughes - Logo-A-Gogo - Branding Pop Culture
Rian Hughes
Logo-A-Gogo - Branding Pop Culture
45,00 €*
Packed with almost 5,000 images, Logo-a-gogo is an inspirational visual history of the iconic brand identities created by design supremo Rian Hughes over the past 20 years. Case studies reveal the making of his famous comic book logos including Batman and Robin, Spider-Man, the X-Men, Captain America, Wolverine and those for his diverse range of other clients, from bands, artists and fashion retailers to international corporations. Preliminary sketches and alternative concepts appear alongside the final design, and Hughes is refreshingly candid about his experience of meeting briefs and finding creative solutions sharing insider stories on the highs and the lows, and giving invaluable tips for getting brand identity right. With an introduction by Grant Morrison, the Eisner award-winning comics writer and longtime Hughes collaborator, this is an amazing resource for designers, typographers, and comic book illustrators to draw on in brand identity and other graphic design projects.
Korero Press And Graham Humphreys - Hung, Drawn And Executed - The Horror Art Of Graham Humphreys
Korero Press And Graham Humphreys
Hung, Drawn And Executed - The Horror Art Of Graham Humphreys
34,95 €*
Graham Humphreys career as a poster artist looms large over horror cinema. From designing the iconic Evil Dead poster to Nightmare on Elm Street and House of a Thousand Corpses, his work is familiar to everyone. Its easy to see why his work grabs the attention of horror fans and filmmakers alike as he continually and systematically sets the bar ever higher in his quest for sheer terror and pure entertainment. With over forty years experience he is one of the few contemporary illustrators using the traditional medium of gouache to paint his images. Includes previously unseen work: paintings, drawings and colour studies.
Jules Marshall - High Cocktails - Psychoactive Non-Alcoholic Cocktails
Jules Marshall
High Cocktails - Psychoactive Non-Alcoholic Cocktails
25,00 €*
The first book to bring together 20 alcohol-free psychoactive cocktail recipes High Cocktails is the first book to bring together 20 alcohol-free psychoactive cocktail recipes, developed by chefs Noah Tucker and Anthony Joseph, in collaboration with four of the world's top mixologists. Featuring exclusive research into some of the world's most interesting psychoactive plants and the alchemy involved in making cocktails with these ingredients. A team of media makers, in collaboration with chefs Noah and Tony, started a project called High Cuisine a few years ago, where chefs cook with legal, mind-altering herbs such as weed, truffles and kratom. This led to the cookbook of the same name and a TV series. Now in collaboration with The Bulldog, the landmark coffee shop in Amsterdam, a new trajectory has started with the development of alcohol-free cocktails that get you high: high cocktails!
Eske Touborg - Graffiti Bible
Stylefile - Blackbook Sessions #5
Crack Magazine - Collections Volume IV
Crack Magazine
Collections Volume IV
19,99 €*
Crack Magazine's annual publication The Collections, will be released in November 2022. Expect a mix of cover stories, evergreen features, visual stories and adjacent, BTS shoot featurettes.

The Collections celebrates Crack’s visual identity with insights into the shoots and creatives that have made Crack Magazine in 2022.

Features include: Mitski, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Touching Bass, Lous and the Yakuza, Fontaines D.C., Digga D, and Top Boy and more.
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