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Wire, The

#362 April 2014 [MAGAZINE + CD]

Wire, The: #362 April 2014  [MAGAZINE + CD] (The Wire)

Inside the issue: The Ex; Malcom Pointon; Akira Sakata; Collateral Damage Salome Voegelin; Cross Platform Cevdet Erek; Global Ear Rio De Janiero; Bites; Tashi Dorji; Maya Dunietz; Laurence Crane; plus the Wire Tapper CD compilation.
 

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UPC: 9770952068106

Label: The Wire
Catalog ID: WIRE 362
Squidco Product Code: 18824

Format: MAGAZINE + CD
Condition: New
Released: 2014
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Magazine and CD

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Marsen+Jules
Marsen Jules
"Beautyfear II"
From Beautyfear (Oktaf)
(Oktaf)


Shoukichi+Kina+%26+Pascal+Plantinga
Shoukichi Kina & Pascal Plantinga
"Shima Guwa"
From Washinnayo
(Ata Tak)


Pass+Musique
Pas Musique
"Inside The Spectrum"
From Inside The Spectrum
(Alrealon Musique)


Jakob+Boeskov-Timothy+DeWit-Matthew+Morandi
Jakob Boeskov/Timothy DeWit/Matthew Morandi
"Computer Eyes"
From I Think I Scan
(Pork Salad Press)


chra
chra
"Snowbird"
From Shirley M EP
(Comfortzone)


Niels_Lyhne_L%C3%B8kkegaard
Niels Lyhne Løkkegaard
"Sikorsky (extract)"
From Sikorsky
(Hiatus)


Mason+Bates
Mason Bates
"Stereo Is King" (Wire Tapper edit)
From Stereo Is King
(Innova)


08_Ernest_Gibson
Ernest Gibson
"Groupwork"
From Island Records
(Skrot Up)


09_Bleeding_Peasant_Orchestra
The Bleeding Peasant Orchestra
"Pandaemonium" (edit)
From Sanctuary And Truce
(Corrosive Growth Industries)


Rodolphe+Alexis
Rodolphe ALEXIS
"Parabolic Amphibian Mix (Various Tree Frogs)"
From Sempervirent
(Gruenrekorder)


11_Mesak
Mesak
"Runopoika #1"
Forthcoming
(Harmönia)


Roj+%26+Wolfram+Wire
Roj & Wolfram Wire
"It Chimes"
Forthcoming
(Drahtwald )


Oiseaux-Temp%C3%AAte
Oiseaux-Tempête
"Kyrie Eleison"
From Oiseaux-Tempête
(Sub Rosa)


14_Process_Rebel
Process Rebel
"Mutation Portal"
From Mutation Portal EP
(Subinfinity Recordings)


Deadbear
DEADBEAR
"Snow In Tokyo" (excerpt)
From Wabi Sabi EP
(Art Is Hard)


Islet
Islet
"Tripping Through The Blue Room (Part II)"
From Released By The Movement
(Shape)


Offthesky
Offthesky
"Scintillate Inside You" (abbreviate)
From Silent Went The Sea
(Hibernate)


Talvihorros+by+Jonathan+Birch
Talvihorros
"Objectum" (edit)
From Eaten Alive
(Denovali)


Joe+Davolaz
Joe Davolaz
"Piña Colada"
From Piña Colada
(Tona Serenad)


JLIAT
JLIAT
"All The Noise CDs I Have Reviewed For Vital - Mix" (excerpt)
From Metanoise: All The Noise CDs I Have Reviewed For Vital - Mix
(Social Drift)


descriptions, reviews, &c.
The Ex
Daniel Spicer travels to Amsterdam to talk DIY survival strategies with the Dutch ethno-improv-punk collective

Akira Sakata
The Japanese saxophonist's four decade career takes in noise face-offs, free jazz and TV celebrity. By James Hadfield

Early DIY synthesists
How Practical Electronics magazine provided a hub for UK synth pioneers in the early 1970s. By Ian Helliwell

Invisible Jukebox Marissa Nadler
The singer and fingerpicking guitarist gets lost in time with The Wire's mystery record selection. Tested by Damon Krukowski

Cross Platform Cevdet Erek
The Turkish artist's installations investigate time and motion. By Nathan Budzinski

Maya Dunietz
The Tel Aviv improvisor is making connections across the board. By Nick Cain

Club Of Friends
A retrospective charts the 1980s actions of Russia's New Artists. By Alexei Monroe

Laurence Crane
The UK composer's chamber works explore motion and repetition. By Brian Morton

The Colundi Sequence
Two Rephlex veterans take electronic music into microtonal realms. By Derek Walmsley

Tashi Dorji
The rootless explorations of a Bhutanese improvising guitarist. By James Toth

Collateral Damage
Exposing Kraftwerk's roots in R&B and jazz has implications for EDM. By Tony Herrington

Global Ear Rio de Janeiro
Rafael Abreu plugs into a tropical noise network

The Inner Sleeve
Will Shutes on The Fugs' Songbook

Epiphanies
Agata Pyzik on the ascetic allure of pale boys playing pale music

Print Run
New music books: DJ Culture In The Mix: Power, Technology And Social Change In Electronic Dance Music edited by Bernardo Alexander Attia, Anna Gavanas and Hillegonda C Rietveld; More Important Than The Music:
A History Of Jazz Discography by Bruce D Epperson

On Site
Recent exhibitions: Taking Shots: The Photography Of William S Burroughs, London, UK; This Is Our Music/This Is Our Art: Music By Artists/Art By Musicians, Copenhagen, Denmark

On Screen
New films and DVDs: Jacqueline Caux & Jeff Mills' Man From Tomorrow Film; The Epic Of Everest DVD; No Ideas But In Things: The Composer Alvin Lucier DVD

On Location
Recent festivals, gigs and clubs: Congo Natty Soundsystem + Buggsy #1, Brighton, UK; Électronique™ II, Paris, France; M@BU Improv/Experimental Music, Weekender, Bradford, UK; The Orchestra Of The Futurist Noise Intoners, Berkeley, US; St Vincent, London, UK
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