Issues at hand

FALL 2021

Carte Blanche

by Bruno Duplant / Gil Sansón

In Order To Avoid Disorder (For Instruments And Chance)

by Alfredo Costa Monteiro – performed by Lali Barrière / Tom Chant / Ferran Fages / Ángel Faraldo / Barbara Held / Àlex Reviriego / Pilar Subirà / Alfredo Costa Monteiro


by The Pitch: Boris Baltschun / Koen Nutters / Morten Joh / Michael Thieke with Julia Reidy / Johnny Chang / Shasta Ellenbogen / Derek Shirley / Liron Yariv

Sounding Spomenik


While the striking still enigmatic visuality of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia's abstract brutalist monuments has been well-documented in recent years, hardly we know anything about their sounding aspects. Most of these spomeniks have hollow parts that serve as resonant spaces. The most characteristic materials these historical artefacts were made of are poured concrete and rebar, or steel frame with metallic covering plates. Materials that certainly influence or have audible modifying features to sounds. Curiously, so far, nobody has examined, documented thoroughly and published these enduring landscape objects as acoustic spaces. In 2021, Inexhaustible Editions sublabel Edition FriForma is starting a long-term research, recording and publishing project to explore and reveal the sonic attributes of the still existing spomeniks around ex-Yugoslavia.

In collaboration with Tour de Bras



by Violeta García / Émilie Girard-Charest

Knotted Threads

by Yves Charuest / Benedict Taylor

Artist interviews on new releases


North Italian composer and poet Osvaldo Coluccino has been creating music since the late 70s, and completed his oeuvre as a poet in 2003. His compositions – ranging from orchestral through chamber to electroacoustic works – have been commissioned by the most prestigious festivals in Italy, and have been presented on stages all over the world. His monographic releases were published by record labels such as Kairos, Col Legno, NEOS, Another Timbre or Die Schachtel – and now, the latest one by Inexhaustible Editions. Interview about presence, absence, being a composer, being a poet, being a composer and a poet; about misleading classifications of his music and about his compositions in progress.

Osvaldo Coluccino: ''When art manages to escape from the excessive presence of the medium, it could reach a touching result''

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Mind Is Moving (IX)

by Michael Pisaro-Liu – performed by Primož Sukič


by Birgit Ulher / Petr Vrba

An den Mond

by Peter Ablinger – performed by Biliana Voutchkova

An Alphabet Of Fluctuation

by Gerard Lebik / Burkhard Beins


by Warble: Brad Henkel / Miako Klein

Univers Parallèles

by Judith Wegmann / Bruno Duplant

Artist interviews on new releases


Swiss composer and cellist Stefan Thut is interested in processes and scores that invite both performers and listeners to delve into a world. Through his compositions he provides relatively determined systems in order to develop a praxis. In addition to instruments applied in traditional ways, he also uses everyday materials as components in his work. As an interpreter he has been performing music by his fellow and affiliated composers of Edition Wandelweiser. Interview about his recent album entitled among, the working method behind it; about the act of listening; various release formats; and about his everyday life during the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Nine questions, nine answers.

Stefan Thut: ''I do something in such a way that allows others to do something as well''

Recent releases



by Csaba Pengő


by Hydra Ensemble: Gonçalo Almeida / Nina Hitz / Lucija Gregov / Rutger Zuydervelt

Oxygen Room

by Samuel Rodgers / Richard Scott


by Osvaldo Coluccino – performed by Osvaldo Coluccino


by Wolkokrots: Ilia Belorukov / Miguel A. García


by Superimpose: Matthias Müller / Christian Marien with John Butcher / Sofia Jernberg / Nate Wooley

Artist interviews on new releases


Marked by an interest in minimalist and austere approaches, Catalan guitarist, composer and improviser Ferran Fages’ music decontextualizes the relationship between soft acoustic and bold electronic sounds. His interest in resonance and interpretive gestures serve him as a support in the search for the elasticity of sound. From Grey To Blue is his debut composed work for solo piano. Ten questions and ten answers about writing for solo piano, his early composed music influences and present working methods, his new project with trio TRUSS that we released earlier this year, and about his trilogy composed for guitar and sine waves between 2015 and 2018.

Ferran Fages: ''I base myself on working hypotheses which are often open questions''

More recent releases

FALL 2020

From Grey To Blue

by Ferran Fages – performed by Lluïsa Espigolé


by Jean D.L. / Rutger Zuydervelt


by Anastasios Savvopoulos OUXPO feat. Peter Ehwald, Dan Peter Sundland & Dré A. Hočevar

The Universal Veil That Hangs Together Like A Skin

by Lee Patterson / Samo Kutin


by Stefan Thut – performed by Félicie Bazelaire / Léo Dupleix / Fredrik Rasten / Stefan Thut

Nocturnes (3 études)

by Bruno Duplant – performed by Frédéric Tentelier

News / Events

Please note: at this point Inexhaustible Editions is not accepting demo materials and other proposals for future releases – thank you for your kind understanding.

Exciting new releases in the works for August 2021 featuring Miguel A. García and Ilia Belorukov's Wolkokrots duo; Judith Wegmann and Bruno Duplant; Gerard Lebik and Burkhard Beins; Birgit Ulher and Petr Vrba; Brad Henkel and Miako Klein's Warble duo; Peter Ablinger performed by Biliana Voutchkova; Michael Pisaro-Liu performed by Primož Sukič – and we are launching our new sublabel SonoLiminal, curated by intermedia artist and researcher Robertina Šebjanič, for science and technology based contemporary sound art in the second half of 2021.

More recent releases


Trumpet City

by Craig Shepard – performed by one hundred twenty-six trumpet players


by Ingrid Schmoliner / Adam Pultz Melbye / Emilio Gordoa


by Nick Ashwood – performed by Nick Ashwood

Han Jiae

by Sebi Tramontana / Guilherme Rodrigues

Todos los animales se reúnen en un gran gemido

by TRUSS: Ferran Fages / Alejandro Rojas-Marcos / Bárbara Sela

Dedekind Duos

by Antoine Beuger – performed by Carl Ludwig Hübsch / Pierre-Yves Martel

Featured artists


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