The Squid's Ear Magazine
Squidco: Improvised, Composed & Unusual Music from around the globe
Cart Checkout   Log In/Register
Squidco? New Releases Just In Restocked Upcoming
Artist Title Label

Wire, The

#380 October 2015 [MAGAZINE]

Wire, The: #380 October 2015 [MAGAZINE] (The Wire)

The cult of Sun Ra via Hieroglyphic Being, plus Gilles Peterson on his new Sun Ra comp and Art Yard's Peter Dennett; Ernest Berk: Musique Concrete Meets Modern Dance; Collateral Damage: Unsound's Mat Schulz; Epiphanies: Kristin Hersh; Global Ear: Budapest, Hungary.

Price: $7.95


In Stock

Shipping Weight: 9.00 units

Quantity in Basket: None

Log In to use our Wish List
product information:

UPC: 9770952068106

Label: The Wire
Catalog ID: WIRE 380
Squidco Product Code: 21212

Condition: New
Released: 2015
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Magazine

Click an artist name above to see in-stock items for that artist.

Highlight an instrument above
and click here to Search for albums with that instrument.
track listing:
descriptions, reviews, &c.

Hieroglyphic Being
Opening a special feature on the stellar legacy of jazz visionary Sun Ra, Jamal Moss explains how the cosmic philosophy of the master has informed his approach to house and techno, locating new pathways out of grim reality. By Jacob Arnold

Omniverse Sun Ra
A semi-legendary book on Sun Ra is being republished by longtime admirers Art Yard. Author Hartmut Geerken and Art Yard's Peter Dennett tell the story behind the tome. By Daniel Spicer

Marshall Allen
Since first working with Sun Ra in the late 1950s, the alto saxophonist has been instrumental in spreading the galactic gospel of The Arkestra. By David Keenan

Gilles Peterson
The DJ and collector talks about his new Sun Ra anthology. By Francis Gooding

Ernest Berk
Following his flight from the Nazis, the DIY musique concrète pioneer drew connections between experimental composition and modern dance. By Ian Helliwell


Christina Vantzou
The composer and video artist adds strings to her bow. By Maya Kalev

Storm Bugs
Tape-damaged DIY veterans go digital. By Neil Kulkarni

B-Movie: Lust And Sound In West Berlin 1979-1989
A new Berlin documentary reveals how Mancunian exile Mark Reeder helped shape its post-punk scene. By Abi Bliss

W Mark Sutherland
The Canadian sound poet rails against cultural amnesia. By Julian Cowley

Collateral Damage
Unsound's Mat Schulz asks how festivals can stay true to their roots in a curatorial age

Global Ear Budapest
Grassroots arts spaces in the Hungarian capital take a stand against conservative authorities. By Nikolaus Gerszewski

Invisible Jukebox Randall Dunn
The producer, engineer and Master Musician Of Bukkake seeks enlightenment in The Wire's mystery record selection

The Inner Sleeve
Heatsick on Craig David's Born To Do It

Kristin Hersh finds connections between sound, silence and stories

On Screen
New films and DVDs: DC punks and The Ex live

Print Run
New music books: writing sound with Daniela Cascella, extreme music subcultures, a history of Elektronmusikstudion Stockholm and more

On Site
Recent exhibitions: Shezad Dawood's Towards The Possible Film

On Location
Recent festivals, gigs and clubs: The Thing In The Spring, Atonal, Supernormal, Olivia Block, Kamasi Washington and more

Related Categories of Interest:


Search for other titles on the label:
The Wire.

Other Releases With These Artists:
Recommended & Related Releases:

About Squidco Contact Us Log In/Register Squidco?
The Squid's Ear Magazine

Rapid SSL





American Express

© 2002-, Squidco LLC