Polish record label Bôłt is releasing a two disc compilation of music made in the Polish Radio Experimental Studio in the 1960s and 70s, as an extension of the Calvert 22 exhibition Sounding The Body Electric. The compilation gathers together 16 tracks (of between five minutes and 20 minutes) by figures working in the PRES including Eugeniusz Rudnik, Norwegian composer Arne Nordheim, and Slovakian audiovisual artist Milan Grygar, plus English composer Hugh Davies, among others. The London exhibition, Sounding The Body Electric: Experiments In Art And Music In Eastern Europe 1957–1984 runs until 25 August. More details on the compilation here. This Thursday, The Wire Salon discsusses the politics of experimentation at the PRES.