• The Wire #463

The Wire

The Wire #463

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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: 

Neu! Now: With a 50th anniversary box set on the (endless) horizon The Wire takes an in-depth look at the legacy of avant rock’s most linear outfit. Including:

Michael Rother: How the German guitarist helped develop a new vocabulary for rock in the 1970s and beyond. By Mike Barnes

The Primer: Motorik rock: A user’s guide to the implacable machine-like rhythm that has propelled rock for half a century. By Noel Gardner

Invisible Jukebox: Coby Sey & Tirzah: Will the London based collectivists CURL their lips at The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Leah Kardos

Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation Of Rastafari: The reissue of roots music blueprint Grounation celebrates a landmark in visionary Black sound and consciousness. By Francis Gooding

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

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