new releases

Child of the Earth


Release Date: Pre-Order release date May 24
Format: Vinyl, CD.

CD or 12" Vinyl

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TMM loop243


Release Date: October 9, 2015
Format: Vinyl, CD, and High-resolution download.

CD or 12" Vinyl

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Digital Release



Collaboration w/ Bardin-Niskala Duo 
Upcoming Performances: NOV 1, 4, 7, DEC 8
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Video Collaboration w/ Jamie Kelty, feat. Elliott Levin - VIEW

Video Collaboration w/ Catherine Rutgers -

Yin Yang [Burnett, Levin, Kozumplik] Advance Release on Bandcamp

Kozumplik is Guest Artist for NJ Schools via Video Conference

Contact us to schedule Video Lessons/Lectures.

Child of the Earth featured on New Sounds with John Schaefer

Composer Thomas Kozumplik and Legendary Percussionist Jonathan Haas Team up on Massive Child of the Earth

Kozumplik's large and expressive symphony for the NYU Percussion Ensemble is out May 24 on Music Starts From Silence. Sneak peek at the album cover below with photograph by Julia Reinhart and design by Stephen Gilewski. More to come on this exciting collaboration...

New Video Release: Sub-Verse Live in NYC - Digital Future

MSFS Records 10-Year Anniversary Playlist on Youtube

Journey through our catalogue: performances by Loop 2.4.3, Clogs, Rachael Elliott, Padma Newsome, John Orfe, and The Robert Hohner Percussion Ensemble. Works by John Cage, Thomas Kozumplik, David Lang, Padma Newsome, Edgar Varése, and Lorne Watson. Enjoy!

Click the image below for our Youtube playlist of original videos by David Derickson and live performances by Loop 2.4.3, Alma College Percussion Ensemble (dir. David Zerbe), and art by Catherine Rutgers and Jon Waldo.

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Ionisation - the Robert Hohner Legacy Project

"The extent and importance of Hohner's commitment to percussionists is most apparent in the performance of Varese's Ionisation, in which he creates an all-encompassing sound environment rather than a mere interpretation along the sophisticated, super-analytical lines of a Boulez, and equally in the large, terrifying spaces of Christopher Rouse's magnificent Ogoun Badagris..." - Gramophone (UK) Read the review