• The Wire #466

The Wire

The Wire #466

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The Wire is an independent print magazine covering a wide range of global alternative, underground and experimental music. They've been publishing since 1982.

In this issue:

  • Richard Pinhas: At the age of 71 the French experimental guitarist and Heldon founder is still going all the way out. By Daniel Spicer
  • The Primer: French underground rock: A user’s guide to the subcultural eruption that belched forth the likes of Heldon, Brigitte Fontaine, Lard Free and Art Zoyd. By Keith Moliné
  • Weyes Blood: The US vocalist, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist delivers apocalyptic visions via deceptively lush avant pop. By Emily Pothast
  • Invisible Jukebox: Hamid Drake: Will the US drummer get the tempo of The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Bill Meyer.
  • Unlimited Editions: Dadaist Tapes
  • Unofficial Channels: DJ M-TRAXXX
  • Zubin Kanga: New horizons for the composer, pianist and technologist. By Emily Bick
  • & much more!

London, UK; 230mm x 280mm; 98 pages; December 2022

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