• The Wire #482

The Wire

The Wire #482

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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: 

  • Darius Jones: The New York based composer and saxophonist draws connections between Fluxus and US avant jazz. By John Morrison
  • Steve Roach: Synthesizer worship with the Arizona ambient musician. By Ned Raggett; [Ahmed]: Revolutionary grooves from the radically minded Anglo-Swedish-French quartet. By Stewart Smith
  • Clarissa Connelly: The Scottish born, Denmark based multi-instrumentalist meditates on myth, memory and modernity via her singular songcraft. By Leah Kardos
  • Shovel Dance Collective: The London avant folk ensemble balance the trad and the weird. By Lucy Thraves
  • Invisible Jukebox: Ka Baird: Will the New York based artist lose theirBearingswhen faced byThe Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Ryan Meehan
  • Unlimited Editions: Industrial Coast
  • Unofficial Channels: The Rest
  • Arushi Jain: The India born synthesist humanises electronics. By Vanessa Ague
  • Kulku: Berlin no-age ensemble prepare rare record release. By Oli Warwick
  • Harmony Holiday: Backstage with the pioneers of Black music. By Kehinde Alonge
  • Richie Culver: Outsider art and working class electronics. By Spenser Tomson
  • The Inner Sleeve: Raji Rags on D’Angelo’sVoodoo
  • Global Ear: Dublin DIY strategies against economic constraints. By Daniel Baker
  • Epiphanies: Aura Satz heeds the siren’s song
  • The Wire Tapper 64: A track-by-track guide to this issue’s free CD

London, UK; 230mm x 280mm; 106 pages; April 2024

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