Hallso
The Blues Accordin' To Lightnin' Hopkins

The Blues Accordin' To Lightnin' Hopkins

Hallso is very pleased to announce it will be re-issuing Les Blank's 1969 documentary The Blues Accordin' To Lightnin Hopkins' >>

NOW

NOW - A project by Rupert Smyth

Hallso presents the fourth in a series of publications entitled NOW. >>

NOW

NOW - A project by Rupert Smyth

Hallso presents the third in a series of publications entitled NOW. >>

NOW

NOW - A project by Rupert Smyth

Hallso presents the second in a series of publications entitled NOW. >>

Harry Alice

Harry Alice

..."From Fortress America comes Harry Alice, the new project from Kevin Lasting from Women & Children. Harry Alice is something of a loose collective combining the musical abilities of various friends"... >>

Mitsunori Asakura

Mitsunori Asakura

A portfolio containing 8 prints in an edition of 30. >>

Brakhage

Interviews with/on Stan Brakhage

Two interviews with Brakhage conducted in late 2000/early 2001 by phone. >>

NOW

NOW - a project by Rupert Smyth

Hallso presents the first in a series of publications entitled NOW. >>

Women and Children

Women and Children sold out

Women and Children began in Paris 2001. Friends June Serwa (Canada) Kevin Lasting (USA) Jamie Moon (USA) and Olivier Robert (France) began by experimenting with electronic sound freak outs in their living room, which over time has developed into more traditional song forms using a variety of instruments. Having travelled extensively with Cat Power they have gathered a collection of songs to be included on this new release. >>

Jeff Lewis

Jeffrey Lewis sold out

Originating from Manhattan’s lower east side Jeff’s profile has risen since releasing 'The Last Time I Did Acid I Went Insane' on Rough Trade in 2001 followed by 'It’s the Ones Who’ve Cracked That The Light Shines Through' earlier this year. >>