From the 7-LP boxed set Irida Records: Hybrid Musics from Texas and Beyond, 1979–1986.
Twenty-five years of live recordings
A conversation about rural life for public TV.
Six hours of music and interviews celebrating work inspired by the Attica rebellion.
The Attica Book instigates an alternate history, where minimalism and mass incarceration emerge together on the Lower East Side.
A collection of previously hidden photos exonerating the Attica Brothers, secured by human rights lawyer Elizabeth Fink.
An article based on an interview with Archie Shepp, Beaver Harris, and William Kunstler for the November 1972 issue of Jazz Magazine, here translated from the French.
Responses to the Attica rebellion by Frederic Rzewski, Archie Shepp, and Charles Mingus pursued the question: how to use the resources of improvisation to provide ways for Black life to survive in the American necropolis.
Introducing “Coming Together,” a group of texts, images, and recordings reflecting on the Attica rebellion fifty years after landmark recordings by several American composers.
A poem about Attica with an illustration by Melvin Edwards.