This *treasure* has just arrived at Storm HQ, and I'm so delighted to see it has come out looking every single bit as good as we could have hoped for. This has to have been one of our favourite projects ever to be involved with: Roger Griffin's David Bowie: The Golden Years, published in Tokyo [...]
Seasons greetings! Here at the agency we have had a wonderful year, with books of our own coming out in different languages and formats, as well as setting up and overseeing more than a dozen gorgeous editions of our authors' works, and getting involved in some very exciting future film projects too. We've now pared [...]
Another absolute beauty from our friends at Shinko in Japan... Here's the cover from their forthcoming edition of David Bowie: The Golden Years.
The Japanese edition of Paul Williams' classic collection, Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys: How Deep is the Ocean? has arrived from Shinko, looking gorgeous...
Anthony Reynolds' gorgeous biography of the band Japan, detailing their journey from 1974-84, has now been licensed to Shinko in Japan. Here's the Goldmine review... Of all the bands swept up in the so-called New Romantic movement of the early 1980s, Japan were always among the most inappropriate. Five years earlier and they’d have been [...]
Tidying the archives this morning as the new Autumn 2016 books start arriving from the UK and overseas, I'm finding various recently published titles that have been beautifully printed, with so much thought put into them (from the author on down)... Here's the Japanese edition of Kraftwerk: Publikation.
Shinko's gorgeous Japanese collectors edition of Looking Through You (Rare and unseen photographs from the Beatles Book archive) has just arrived. It's been published in a limited edition of 1500 copies, and includes a rare pix Beatles calendar...
Kraftwerk: Publikation, written by David Buckley, and with a preface by Karl Bartos, has now been published in Brazil by Editora Pensamento. Here is the jacket image: Kraftwerk Publikation is more than the ultimate biography of a unique group; it’s a book that stands beside Kraftwerk’s own innovative albums as an apt and well-crafted [...]
The following article is written by Chris Charlesworth, the editor who put this project together... "About a year ago Tom Adams came to see me with a proposition. He was, he said, the son-in-law of Sean O’Mahony, the now retired publisher of The Beatles Book Monthly, who during the sixties had amassed a gigantic collection [...]