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The Wire Magazine
Issue 424
Release Date
May 2019
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Included in this issue: Charles Hayward: With a discography spanning progressive rock, post-punk and beyond, the former This Heat drummer/vocalist surveys a rich career ahead of a moving new solo album. By Daniel Spicer. Equiknoxx: The polymorphous Jamaican production unit walk the line between dancehall, pop and noise. By Chal Ravens. 75 Dollar Bill: The durational jams of New York duo Che Chen and Rick Brown open up dialogues between continents. By Dave Mandl. *Mike Falana: The talented Nigerian trumpeter was a star of UK jazz until he vanished from the London scene. By Val Wilmer. Ernstalbrecht Stiebler: The German minimalist seizes the means of reduction. By Julian Cowley. UVB-76: Haunted science from the Bristolian drum ’n’ bass unit. By Louis Pattison. Mort Garson: US Moog magus undergoes a plant based revival. By Dave Segal. Bleep Album of the Week: Caterina Barbieri: Trance as mission with the Milan based composer. By Lewis Gordon. Invisible Jukebox: Alexander von Schlippenbach: Will The Wire’s mystery record selection strike a chord for the German pianist and improvisor? Tested by Harald Kisiedu. The Inner Sleeve: Arturas Bumšteinas on Ganelin Trio’s Con Anima. Epiphanies: An unknown track on the radio schools Jennifer Walshe in the mysteries of funk. Global Ear: Shillong: Culture under pressure in North East India. By Akshatha Shetty and much more...

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