On the cover: R Stevie Moore; Features: Annea Lockwood; Bass Clef.; Invisible Jukebox: Jan Jelinek; Plus: Don Preston; Nik Colk Void; Traxman; Flying Nun; live, DVD, CD, and print reviews, &c.
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Label: The Wire
Catalog ID: WIRE 340
Squidco Product Code: 16285
Country: Great Britain
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Bass Clef, Ruth Ewan, Jan Jelinek, Annea Lockwood, R Stevie Moore, Traxman, Nik Colk Void
R Stevie Moore
Matthew Ingram charts the remarkable life of the lo-fi pioneer through 35 years and over 400 releases of homemade radio rock and warped power pop.
Ralph Cumbers's Acid-inspired synths and beats, forged in the shadow of the Olympic Park, evoke the spirit of London's liminal zones. By Joseph Stannard.
Sparked by a lifelong affinity with the environment, the composer's work is truly elemental, harnessing fire, water, stone and glass. By Julian Cowley.
Invisible Jukebox Jan Jelinek
Which of the many aliases of the Berlin based electronic music polymath will respond to The Wire's mystery record selection? Tested by Alexander Samuels.
Robin Howells has a lesson in Footwork and Ghetto House history from the jazz-sampling Chicagoan.
Nik Colk Void
The Factory Floor guitarist gets her hands dirty with the raw materials of sound. By Jennifer Allan.
Global Ear Kingston
Julian Henriques meets the teacher fostering a new generation of roots rock reggae musicians.
Cross Platform Ruth Ewan
A jukebox of protest songs is just one of this artist's politically charged works. By Agata Pyzik.
How to navigate the new digital routes between African music and Western listeners, asks Brian Shimkovitz.
The Inner Sleeve
Arik Roper on Black Sabbath's Technical Ecstasy.
Mira Calix recalls a revelatory dawn encounter with some impromptu land art in the Indian Ocean.
New music books: Klaus Dinger's archives, Tav Falco's Memphis, an oral history of ESP Disk', a memoir/manifesto inspired by Indian film music, new perspectives on music and globalisation, and Adorno revisited.
Films & DVDs: Two Years At Sea; Big Fun In The Big Town.
Exhibitions, installations, etc: John Wynne in London; Fouad Bouchoucha in Paris.
Festival and concert reviews: Egyptian Lover, Spinn & Rashad, The Sinking Of The Titanic, Perspectives 2012, Transmissions V, Laibach, Roscoe Mitchell and more.
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