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Wire, The

#358 December 2013 [MAGAZINE]

Wire, The: #358 December 2013 [MAGAZINE] (The Wire)

On the cover: Demdike Stare; Heatsick+Helm; Robert Beatty; Laraaji; Maria Chavez; Kurt Gottschalk's Invisible Blindfold with Maria Chavez; Savage Pencil on Lou Reed; Esmerine; Dot Wiggin; Joe McPhee; &c. &c!
 

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UPC: 9770952068106

Label: The Wire
Catalog ID: WIRE 358
Squidco Product Code: 18223

Format: MAGAZINE
Condition: New
Released: 2013
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Magazine

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Demdike Stare
The Manchester duo mine music, machines and myths from the past to create uncanny club tracks and imaginary film soundtracks. By Joseph Stannard

Laraaji
Greg Tate clears the new age fog around the zither master and Eno collaborator to uncover a musician deeply rooted in African-American mystical traditions

Heatsick + Helm
Luke Younger and Steven Warwick have morphed from contrary noise duo Birds Of Delay into creators of mutant house and industrial soundscapes. By Louis Pattison

Invisible Jukebox Maria Chavez
The New York turntablist scratches the surface of The Wire's mystery record selection. Tested by Kurt Gottschalk

I Dream Of Wires
A new film documents the modular synth resurgence. By Mark Pilkington

Dot Wiggin
The Shaggs' singer and guitarist goes solo. By Byron Coley

Esmerine
The expanded Montreal ensemble record their Istanbul impressions. By Clive Bell

Diskotopia
Tokyo based expats release electronic music for world citizens. By Chal Ravens

Collateral Damage
Beware of funding bodies and academics bearing gifts, their offers of support have hidden agendas, says Sam Richards

Global Ear Western Russia
Jon Marshall departs from Moscow in search of the no-audience underground

Cross Platform Robert Beatty
The Hair Police musician and sleeve artist's work also spans videos, installations and film soundtracks. By Nick Cain

The Inner Sleeve
Joe McPhee on his own Nation Time

Epiphanies
Joe Mansfield on the disco staple that inspired him to dig deeper for sampling gold

Print Run
New music books: Teach Me To Be A Summer's Morning: A Portrait Of Lal Waterson edited by Marry Waterson; Women Singers In Global Contexts edited by Ruth Hellier; The Riot Grrrl Collection edited by Lisa Darms; Signifiying Rappers: Rap And Race In The Urban Present by David Foster Wallace & Mark Costello; Third Street Blockade: Miles In The Corridor by Penny Rimbaud; The Fierce Urgency Of Now: Improvisation, Rights And The Ethics Of Cocreation by Ajay Heble, Daniel Fischlin & George Lipsitz

On Screen
New films and DVDs: Sven-Åke Johansson's Filme 1, and Ingram Marshall & Jim Bengston's Alcatraz

On Site
Recent exhibitions and installations: Soundings and Gretchen Bender

On Location
Recent festivals, gigs and clubs: Otomo Yoshihide, Cafe Oto, UK; Ostrava Days, Ostrava, Czech Republic; Incubate, Tilburg, The Netherlands; Howlround + Oscillatorial Binnage, London, UK; Tusk, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK; Barbara Morgernstern/Macio Moretti + Warszawska Orkiestra Rozrywkowa, Warsaw, Poland

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