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Wire, The

#384 February 2016 [MAGAZINE]

Wire, The: #384 February 2016 [MAGAZINE] (The Wire)

On The Cover: Alan & Sir Richard Bishop; 22a Records; The Primer: This Heat And Beyond: A user's guide to the recordings and spin-off groups from Camberwell Now to Monkey Puzzle Trio; Breadwoman; ZA!; Bastard Assignments; Bizarre Rituals; Puce Mary; Josephine Foster; &c. &c.

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UPC: 9770952068106

Label: The Wire
Catalog ID: WIRE 384
Squidco Product Code: 21784

Condition: Sale (New)
Released: 2016
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Magazine

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Alan & Sir Richard Bishop
The Sublime Frequencies ringleader and Rangda guitarist get together to talk Sun City Girls, Islamophobia and smoking bans. By Dave Segal.

22a Records
The South London crew and label's jazz influenced productions and loose beats share a distinctly local aesthetic. By Joe Muggs

The Primer: This Heat And Beyond: A user's guide to the recordings of the art rock trio and spin-off groups from Camberwell Now to Monkey Puzzle Trio. By Mike Barnes


Breadwoman: Folk chants from outer space from Anna Homler's loaf-faced alter ego. By Laura Snapes

Za!: The Spanish duo mash up terrace-chant mayhem with... everything else. By Stewart Smith

Bastard Assignments: From pencil sharpeners to butcher's scraps, the composer collective bring noise home. By Robert Barry

Bizarre Rituals: Freaky parties and multidimensional rave vibes from the Devon based crew. By Joseph Stannard

Collateral Damage: A six point plan to running a label in 2016. By Britt Brown

Gran Nayar Global Ear: The corridos culture soundtracking wild fiestas in Mexico's Sierra Madre mountains. By Nathaniel Morris

Invisible Jukebox: Puce Mary, the Danish noise artist Frederikke Hoffmeier goes to extremes with The Wire's mystery record selection. Tested by Britt Brown

The Inner Sleeve: Rabih Beaini on Alessandro Armellin aka aO's Untitled

Epiphanies: Josephine Foster's encounter with a subway mugger transforms her songwriting

On Screen: New films: Adam Kahan's study of Rahsaan Roland Kirk, and The Melvins on the road

Print Run: New music books: James Baldwin, Henry Grimes, the implications of presets in music, and histories of post-rock and Sarah Records

On Location: Recent live events: Sally Can't Dance 2015, Le Guess Who?, London Contemporary Music Festival and more

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