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The Wire Magazine
Issue 464
The Wire
Release Date
August 12, 2022

Inside this issue:

Lucrecia Dalt: The Colombian composer, musician and vocalist explores eroticism, horror and beauty via soundtracks, collaborations and solo work. By Rob Turner.

Carl Stone: The Los Angeles born, Tokyo based composer reconfigures the rock/pop canon – and time itself – via dizzyingly detailed sample collages. By Emily Bick

Anthony Moore: With his solo output receiving the reissue treatment, the Slapp Happy founder reflects on his journey through avant pop, stadium rock, soundtracks and composition. By Julian Cowley. Plus: Joshua Minsoo Kim on Moore’s experimental film music

Invisible Jukebox: Sarathy Korwar: Will the London based drummer and bandleader find himself beaten by The Wire’s mystery record selection? Tested by Clive Bell.

Unlimited Editions: Faitiche Records

Unofficial Channels: Øresuus

Derek Piotr: Laptop folk from the Polish-American artist. By Louis Pattison

John McCowen: The US musician gets clever with the clarinet. By Peter Margasak

Dez Dare: Oz wizard seeks liberation through fuzz. By Claire Biddles

Global Ear: Richmond, Virginia: experimentation and anarchy in the South Eastern US. By Doug Nunnally

The Inner Sleeve: The Brother Moves On’s Siyabonga Mthembu on Hugh Masekela’s Introducing Hedzoleh Soundz

Epiphanies: Sarah Angliss recalls an unexpected schooling

Print Run: Breaks In The Air: The Birth Of Rap Radio In New York City by John Klaess; Musical Revolutions: How The Sounds Of The Western World Changed by Stuart Isacoff; Whatever Happened To The C86 Kids? An Indie Odyssey by Nige Tassell; The African Omnidevelopment Space Complex/We New by Ubadah McConner; The Cricket: Black Music In Evolution 1968–69 edited by Amiri Baraka, AB Spellman & Larry Neal

On Screen: Tayo Giwa & Cynthia Gordy Giwa The Sun Rises In The East; Scott Barber This Is Gwar

On Location: Heroines Of Sound, Berlin, Germany; Supernormal, Oxfordshire, UK; Bang On A Can Loud Weekend, North Adams, US; AMM, London, UK; Explore Ensemble: Enno Poppe + Cassandra Miller + James Dillon + Lawrence Dunn, London, UK; Creepy Teepee Festival, Kutná Hora, Czech Republic; Jazz Em Agosto, Lisbon, Portugal; Vision Festival 2022, New York, US; Lee Ranaldo & Michael Vallera + Andrew Bernstein Sextet, New York, US

On Site: Tresor 31; Alison Knowles by Alison Knowles: A Retrospective (1960–1922)

Soundcheck: Jessica Ackerley & Patrick Shiroishi, Al-Qasar, Oren Ambarchi, Angel-Ho, Ellen Arkbro & Johan Graden, Bastard Noise & Merzbow, Bitchin Bajas, BlackLab, Brood X Cycles, Peter Brötzmann/Keiji Haino Duo, Arthur Brown, Anna Butterss, The Comet Is Coming, Julian Cope, Deathprod, Discrepants, Dr John, Duch, Lamin Fofana, Dan Friel, Gammelsæter & Marhaug, Geng PTP, Grey Wulf, Gabe Gurnsey, Keiji Haino & Sumac, Loraine James, Edyta Jarząb, Steve Lehman & Sélébéyone, Logos, London Sound Survey, The Lord, The Lord & Petra Haden, Lasse Marhaug, Lasse Marhaug & Jérôme Noetinger, MAW, Makaya McCraven, Rachel Musson/NO Moore/Ollie Brice/Eddie Prévost, Nadja, NikNak, Obituary, The Observatory & Koichi Shimizu, OFF!, Bill Orcutt, Alex Paxton, Petbrick, Eddie Prévost, Dave Rempis/Tomeka Reid/Joshua Abrams, Kristo Rodževski, Shadowy Lines, Sigh, Wadada Leo Smith/Andrew Cyrille/ Qasim Naqvi, SSWAN, Wild Up, Otto Willberg, Saul Williams, Various Music From Saharan WhatsApp, Various Rental Yields Vol 1

Boomerang: Dredd Foole & The Din, Paul McCartney, Pandit Pran Nath, Linda Smith, Tall Dwarfs, Hunter S Thompson, Voivod, Various Classic Black & White Jazz Sessions, Various Ghost Riders

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