Wednesday, 1 February 2012


 photo by: Genevieve Rosa    

During the last 6 months of 2009, members of POSTMUSIC began creating a documentary in a disused, cold, rainy, almost-entirely-broken 1930s art deco Odeon Cinema in the Toxteth area of Liverpool, Northwest UK.

In spring we found a way into the building, cleaned up the areas that were usable and set up a studio. We began inviting musicians and bands to record a live session in one of the building's many rotten rooms, corridors, roofs and balconies, as well as in the main theater room itself.
This DVD features performances from:

Action Beat.

also includes a spoken word session from Paul Tarpy and is hosted by Liverpool comedian Riuven.

Only the first run of 50 copies come in Limited Hand-bound Notebook and Screenprinted packaging.

Ordering is now possible at the bottom of this page or Order tab on the right. Safe payments through Paypal accepted. Orders sent out within 5days.

Each session from Aug - Nov 2009 was treated in a similar fashion to a live concert, the band arriving mostly unbriefed, setting up and playing in just a few hours, while POSTMUSIC members documented the whole scene using 16 channels audio engineering techniques and a handful of DV film cameras. 

13 of these audio / visual sessions are available on POSTMUSIC's Cinema Sessions DVD Vol 1. 

The first 50 Limited Edition run of Vol.1 DVD is in a hand-bound ( by mepresents ) and screen-printed ( █ █ Fave Muslim █ █ ) notebook packaging design  is now available to Order for £20 inc Post and Packing in UK.  Safe payment through Paypal -

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