COUNTER CULTURE CHRONICLES

Moroccan storyteller and visual artist Mohammed Mrabet was invited for the 5th edition of the One World Poetry festival in Amsterdam in November 1982. Away from the festival Mrabet, mainly known in…
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sold outAt the invitation of the ACE (Association for Consciousness Exploration) Timothy Leary and his friend and collaborator Robert Anton Wilson visited Cleveland in 1989 for a public discussion entitled The Inner Frontier. The recording of the event has now been re-released on cassette by Counter Culture Chronicles. The cassette, 90 minutes in length, comes with two separate J-cards, one showing a photograph of Leary, the other a portrait of Wilson…
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Jeph Jerman (Guam, 1959) started recording and performing under the name ‘Hands To’ in 1986. In those early works, for the greater part released on cassette, various electronic techniques were used…
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Both Tate Swindell and Neeli Cherkovski have solid reputations as documentalists of the ‘Beat Generation’. Swindell runs his fine Unrequited Records label from San Francisco and has released albums…
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sold outAmerican poet, percussionist, calligrapher, actor, occultist and publisher Angus MacLise (1938-1979) counts as one of the central figures of the ‘counterculture’ of the 1960s and 1970s. MacLise was a member of La Monte Young’s The Theatre of Eternal Music, contributed to the early Fluxus newspaper VTre, founded the Dead Language Press together with his friend Piero Heliczer (in some of whose films he appeared), was the Velvet Underground’s first drummer, and co-founded the…
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