"Philosopher's Stone finds Perelman, Wooley and Matthew Shipp in fellowship. The pianist, for the most part, plays the role of field governor, supplying the fuel for these ten pieces. -Mark Corroto, All About Jazz"
Sound American : The First Three Issues
"This first volume features writing by and about Rick Moody, Ben Hall, Nate Wooley, Shinkoyo Collective, League of Automatic Music Composers, Women in Electronic Music, TECHNE, John King, John Cage’s Number Pieces and SongBooks, The BSC, Joan LaBarbara and more."
Sound American Volume 2: Issues Four Through Seven
"This beautiful trade paperback, designed by Federico Peñalva, is designed to be cherished and used. Our dream is to see beat up copies of this volume in coat pockets for years to come. Get yours now!"
Sound American No. 21: The Change Issue
"The 127-page book features words by or about Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste, Ornette Coleman, Nicole Kaack, Bradford Bailey, G. Lucas Crane, Jennie Gottschalk, Ambrose Akinmusire, Mats Gustafsson, Peter Margasak, Terry Riley, Kim Brandt, John Cage, Josh Sinton, Edgard Varése, Marc Hannaford, John Zorn, Matthew Mehlan, Million Tongues Festival, Alex Mincek, Lester St. Louis, and Steve Lehman."
Sound American No. 23: The Alien Issue
"Featuring writing on the alien and alienation by Sarah Hennies, Franklin Bruno, inti figgis-vizueta, James May, Marc Hannaford, Nicole Kaack, idm theftable, Charmaine Lee, Matana Roberts, Jacob Wick, Wendy Eisenberg, Chris Pitsiokos, Ben Young, and Lester St. Louis, and a very special full color reproduction of Charles Gaines's Librettos!"
Live In Ljubljana
Trumpets And Drums
"Given the unorthodox instrumentation, there's a little more than meets the eyes and ears on this quartet effort recorded at a jazz festival in Ljubljana, Slovenia. -Glenn Astarita, All About Jazz"
The Widows Joy
"A very special limited edition of lost 78 rpm recordings of the songs of Eastern European Immigrant party music! With a special cover by Mississippi's Eric Isaacson and a corresponding book of research by Ian Nagoski at his most raconteurish, this is an incredible insight into what the hard scrabble, hard working, just generally hard immigrants of the mining country of the early 20th century listened to when blowing off steam. A true party record!"