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The Wire Magazine
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Issue 435
Label
The Wire
Release Date
April 17, 2020

Diamanda Galás: The vocalist, composer and interpreter returns to the subjects of disease and diaspora via new work De:formation and her reissued debut album. By Louise Gray

David Behrman: The career of the composer, performer, producer, artist and instrument builder has taken in some of the most significant advances in contemporary culture. By Julian Cowley

Dale Cornish: Retaining the mordant wit and performative verve of his electroclash days, the Croydon based producer and performer bristles at the cutting edge of UK electronics. By Chal Ravens

Global Ear: Artists, writers and organisers from around the world including Mariam Rezaei, Yan Jun, Mai Mai Mai, Cafe Oto and Bruce Russell respond to the new realities ushered in by Covid-19

Invisible Jukebox: Amon Tobin: Will The Wire’s mystery record selection show the Brazilian electronicist fear in a handful of tracks? Tested by Steph Kretowicz

Unlimited Editions: Old Heaven Books

Unofficial Channels: Dubplates

Sheng Jie: The Beijing cellist and composer seeks unseen worlds. By Josh Feola

JC Leisure: Liverpool tape addict puts rave through the wringer. By Antonio Poscic

ONO: Chicago’s post-industrial griots say sodom if they can’t take the funk. By Dave Segal

Gavilán Rayna Russom: Decay and deep currents inform the work of the New York synth savant. By Steph Kretowicz

The Inner Sleeve: Octo Octa on Boards Of Canada’s A Beautiful Place Out In The Country

Epiphanies: Shrimper Records boss Dennis Callaci on his portable cassette player pal

Print Run: Free Jazz Communism – Archie Shepp-Bill Dixon Quartet At The 8th World Festival Of Youth And Students In Helsinki 1962 edited by Sezgin Boynik & Taneli Viitahuhta; Egress: On Mourning, Melancholy, And Mark Fisher by Matt Colquhoun; Pop Music And Hip Ennui: A Sonic Fiction Of Capitalist Realism by Macon Holt; Doomed To Fail: The Incredibly Loud History Of Doom, Sludge And Post-Metal by JJ Anselmi; Sonic Fiction by Holger Schulze; Stockhausen Serves Imperialism by Cornelius Cardew; Genesis Breyer P-Orridge: Sacred Intent: Conversations With Carl Abrahamsson 1986–2019 by Carl Abrahamsson

On Screen: Alejandro Maly Acid Mothers Reynols: Live And Beyond; James Erskine Billie

On Site: Rachel Pimm, London, UK

On Location: Recombinant, San Francisco, US; Piano, Noise, Music & Toys: Steve Beresford At 70, London, UK; Sonic Acts Academy, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; JPEGMAFIA, London, UK; Tyshawn Sorey Sextet, New York, US; Borealis, Bergen, Norway; Mira Calix & Calix Ensemble: Mantis & Bee, London, UK; Daniel Blumberg, London, UK

Soundcheck: Agile Experiments, Amnesia Scanner, Angel-Ho, Arbouretum, {arsonist}, Lucian Ban/Mat Maneri/John Surman, BOA, Linda Cameron/Tom Carter/Ingebrigt Håker Flaten, CEL, Gerald Cleaver, Cucina Povera, Alex Cunningham & Claire Rousay, Vladislav Delay/Sly Dunbar/Robbie Shakespeare, The Dream Syndicate, Fire-Toolz, Simon Fisher Turner & Edmund De Waal, Greg Fox, Mabe Fratti, Matthew D Gantt, Lori Goldston, Davey Harms, House Panther Diadem Ensemble, The Howling Hex, JAK3, Jarboe, Caleb Landry Jones, Joyfultalk, Ewa Justka, Kool Keith x Thetan, C Lavender, Okkyung Lee, Klara Lewis, Mako Sica/Hamid Drake, Stephen Malkmus, DJ Marcelle/Another Nice Mess, Kaffe Matthews, Metal Preyers, Model Home, Helen Money, Meredith Monk, More Eaze & Claire Rousay, Darragh Morgan & John Tilbury, Moth Cock, Bill Nace, Nazar, The Necks, Old Man Gloom, Oranssi Pazuzu, Prolaps, Josey Rebelle, Claire Rousay, RXM Reality, RZA, Lorenzo Senni, Shabazz Palaces, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, The Soft Pink Truth, Nick Storring, Sun Araw, Sunwatchers, Thundercat, Jennifer Walshe, The Weeknd, Witch ’N’ Monk

The Boomerang: Muhal Richard Abrams, Behrman/DeMarinis/Friedman/Hanlon/Klingensmith, Edikanfo, Terry Edwards, Bob James, Lord Invader, Alhaji Bai Konte/Dembo Konte/Ma, Lamine Jobate, Sink, The Viscaynes & Friends, Various Pacific Breeze 2: Japanese City Pop, AOR & Boogie 1972–1986, Various Space Funk: Afro Futurist Electro Funk In Space 1976–84, Various Tuareg Music Of The Southern Sahara

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