ORGAN PREVIEW: Mixtape No.1 opens this Tuesday evening, another on-line exhibition from Cultivate, a mixtape alive with the work of some forty contemporary artists…

Mixtape will open this Tuesday evening, Tuesday October 4th, another carefully curated group show, this time we’re joined by 38 invited artists making it a busy line up of 40 contemporary artists sharing space and hopefully cross-pollinating. It is very much a mixtape that we’ve made, a compilation tape of painters, printers, collage makers for…

ORGAN THING: Virgin Prunes’ debut If I Die, I Die is about to turn forty, watch the new video for a previously unreleased Colin Newman remix of Baby Turns Blue…

A quick one, the rather underappreciated Virgin Prunes’ debut studio album, … If I Die, I Die is set for release on 11 November 2022 on Mute. The 40th Anniversary Edition is remastered and will be reissued on vinyl for the first time since 1982. The album will also be available as a 2CD mediabook…

ORGAN THING: Mikado Koko’s Songs To Our Other Selves, a gloriously avant garde reworking of Penny Rimbaud’s Acts of Love…

Mikado Koko – Songs To Our Other Selves (Caliban Sounds) – “Japanese outsider poet and producer, Mikado Koko, presents a new album on Caliban Sounds in association with One Little Independent Records, ‘To Our Other Selves’. The album is an exploration and continuation of Penny Rimbaud’s classic fifty track album ‘Acts of Love’, released in…

ORGAN THING: Saro Cosentino’s new album and can Peter Hammill save it with a perfectly placed “the” in that way only he can?

Saro Cosentino – The Road To Now (Cat Sound) – The Joke was recently made available as a teaser song from the new album by the Italian composer and producer Saro Cosentino. The song is co-written with “prog legend” Peter Hammill and features his “distinctive lead vocal”, it is full of portent with a lyric about…

ORGAN THING: Last night’s Other Rock Show, listen back here – Terms, Honey Ride Me A Goat, UTO, Stephen Becker, Enablers, Zap Black and more…

Last night’s Other Rock Show, brought to you by Organ, on London arts radio station Resonance 104.4fm went something like this. If you missed it at 9pm (for that is the time it happens every Sunday evening) then you can listen whenever you wish via Mixcloud, here comes the link. Actually you can listen to…