Images of the furniture designer and sound artist's large metal wire sound sculptures, including Polaroids taken by the artist himself
View artwork made by the guitarist, recently collected in a book published by Inventory Press and Audio Visual Arts
Look at photographs tracing the early days of post-reunification Berlin via its squats and subcultures in Mitte and beyond, from the photo book Berlin Wonderland
A gallery taken from Panther Publishing's archive of sound systems fliers, reprinted in a recent book by Rollo Press
View pictures from a new book about the sound systems of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.
The burgeoning New York scene of the early 1980s as documented by Swiss photographer Catherine Ceresole on black and white film, capturing the early years of groups like Swans, Sonic Youth and the Beastie Boys.
Images from the book by the photographer Peter Beste with writer Lance Scott Walker.
Recently we discovered a large cardboard box of negatives, transparencies, contact sheets and photos which had escaped filing, from Rammellzee through David Byrne to Whitehouse.
Photographs from the South African jazz scene, documented by map maker Ian Bruce Huntley in the 60s and 70s in a recently published book.
An unpublished comic book by artist and musician Malcy Duff.
No 808s, no 909s: lesser known drum machines from Joe Mansfield's personal collection, as documented in his forthcoming book, Beat Box: A Drum Machine Obsession.
View images taken from Genesis's forthcoming book, documenting h/er life and transformation.
Lucian Perkins's photos of hardcore's early days document the nascent scene via four shows with Bad Brains, Trenchmouth and others from 1979 and 1980.
On location shots from the filming of Space Is The Place, and Ayé Aton's psychedelic murals.
A selection of images from Belgian Institute For Psychoacoustics And Electronic Music (IPEM) archives.
Musicians in their studios, including Madlib's vinyl-cluttered home, Laurie Spiegel's NYC loft, Pierre Henry in Paris, Vladislav Delay's modernist shrine and more, culled from the pages of The Wire.