On Tour 1972

Fluxus artist and composer Takehisa Kosugi assembled a crew of young musicians and hit the road in a VW bus from Rotterdam to the Taj Mahal, playing a series of shows along the way in which the band used traditional instruments run through a series of electronic effects to create long sheets of drone both pulsing and timeless. Filmed by Takehisa Kosugi's mentor Matsu Ohno (perhaps best known in the States for his sound effects/score work on the television series Astro-Boy), the film moves at the same pace as the music itself, a pastoral road movie following a band far more likely to play temples than clubs.

Miguel Bosé: Directo 90 1991

Released a year after the critically acclaimed Los Chicos No Lloran, Directo '90 is a live album from the multi-talented singer/actor Miguel Bosé. Focusing mainly on his '80s output, it includes four tracks from his critically acclaimed Salamandra LP, his breakthrough hit "Amante Bandido," and 11 other songs that showcase his unique experimental Latin pop sound.

Gary Numan: Berserker 1984

Filmed and recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon, London 11th December 1984. Set-List: We Are Glass Berserker Remind Me To Smile Sister Surprise Music for Chameleons The Iceman Comes Cold Warning This Prison Moon My Dying Machine We Take Mystery (To Bed) This Is New Love

Untitled 1987 1989

A meditative film poem exploring the mystic's vision of the oneness of All and the possibility of a deeper, more profound reality through the use of camera, music, movement, color and light.